Anime convention in Southeastern Michigan
Join us for year four of Dokidokon!
Japanese Animation, Film, and Art eXpo is Grand Rapids’ longest running anime con. JAFAX 24 will be June 26-28, 2020 and our theme is Summer Games.
You asked for it and we heard you. Michigan Steam Expo will be back in 2020, bigger and better than ever. It will take place the last weekend in June, June 26-28, 2020, at the same hotel, the Auburn Hills Marriott in Pontiac.
Cosplay Picnic Meet Up is back this Summer, on Saturday, June 13th from 10am – 7pm at Detroit Riverfront.
We will meet us at the Food Court inside the GM Renaissance Center around 10am or 11am before we all go Outside at 12pm. come to dress up as your favorite Characters to Cosplay and wear something cool during the hot weather. we will have some food, outside activities, entertainment and other stuff in Detroi Riverfront. Also bring some food or buy some food at the Food Court.
Cost: Free Admission
The Magical Realm was just bursting at the seams with fun and laughter, cheers and enjoyment. So much so, that we had tons of it left over. So, the fairies gathered it up to store, and begged us to have at least one more! We have searched our calendars, sourced our dates, and decided to grant the wish of all our fairies and friends who had such an amazing time! We in the Magical Realm are proud to say that we will be hosting another year of faire and festivities. So, we are rounding up our entertainers, merchants, vikings, pirates and more to hoist their flags, raise their swords, and march into another year! We are pleased to invite one and all to come and visit the Magical Realm this year!”
Tulip City’s 5th annual Comics & Toy Fare!! The Tulip City Comics & Toy Fare is an annual event for the celebration of all things geek – cosplay, comics, toys, fandoms and more!
AlmaCon is a anime and gaming convention hosted by the Alma College Otaku and Gamers (ACOG)! ACOG is a non-profit organization with official campus recognition that is dedicated to the education, enrichment, and exhibition of Japanese culture through Japanese animation, i.e. “anime,” and Japanese comics, i.e. “manga,” as well as the promotion of community participation, involvement, and bonding through role-play gaming, i.e. “Dungeons and Dragons®,” and video gaming.
This is a nerdy con being hosted by the anime and gaming clubs at Wayne State Campus. We hope to make this an annual event. This year we are renting one whole floor of the student center. We plan to have lots of panels, contests/games, and of course vendors. This year is a test run to see if we can pull it off so it is completely free! (well other then the vendors since their, selling stuff)