Just because the convention floor closes at night doesn’t mean the entertainment stops there. Tucson Comic-Con continues the fun with a variety of after hour activities to choose from.
Club Congress invites you to “Cheap Thrills: Underground Comix Celebration”, a free show to kick off the official Tucson Comic-Con after party on Saturday, November 3rd. Enjoy the musical styling of the Ex Bats, Psygoat, and DJ Nullis as you dance the night away at this historic Tucson venue.
Perhaps you prefer to watch dancing rather than do it yourself, head on over to Cans on 4th Avenue for Revenge of the Nerdlesque. Burlesque powerhouses Pisa Cake and Natasha Noir join forces to bring you this naughty nerdy performance. Watch the Scarlett Witch and Thor take on the challenge of taking it all off in front of a crowd. Limited admittance at this intimate, incredible venue, and it should be noted that a large crowd always turns out to for this unique show – reserve your tickets today!
Want to hob nob with the creators? The Hero Initiative, which helps comic creators in need, has organized this year’s “Drink & Draw.” Up to five creators will spend three hours with fans socializing and drawing on coasters with the Hero logo for $20 a sketch. This is not a commissions list event, as the guests are encouraged to stay in the private area with the creators and mingle while enjoying dinner and drinks. Support creators, and secure your original art!
For more information and tickets, please visit http://www.tucsoncomic-con.com
ABOUT TUCSON COMIC-CON
Tucson Comic-Con, founded in 2008, began as a single day event attended by 500 fans. Since then attendance has steadily grown to 14,000 fans in 2016. TCC is dedicated to being an epic, community-based pop cultural experience for all that reflects today’s fandom and the unique nature of Tucson, Arizona and the American Southwest. Our motto is “Pop Culture For All!”
The 11th annual Tucson Comic-Con takes place on November 2-4 at the Tucson Convention Center.