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Kami-Con 2015

Feb 27-Mar 1, 2015
Birmingham, AL
BJCC
Birmingham, AL
Con Statistics
Medium (1-5K)
5K Attendees

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About Kami-Con 2015

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Kami-Con Season 7: Kosho's Bizarre Adventure. Participate in our convention games and help Kosho save her sister's stolen heart!
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Guests of Honor
Nostalgia Critic
Little Kuriboh
Marianne Miller
That Sci-Fi Guy
Nick Wright
Greg Wicker
Laugh Out Loud
Aaron Pabon
Events
  • Anime Music Videos
  • Anime Screenings
  • Artist Alley
  • Board Games
  • Cosplay Events With Prizes
  • Dealer Room
  • Fan Panels
  • Free Autographs
  • General Cosplay All Over
  • Guest Panels
  • Miniatures Games
  • Pick Up Games
  • Rave
  • Role Playing Games
  • Video Gaming
  • Workshops
Kami-Con 2015

Kami-Con is categorized as a medium-size anime convention. A medium convention often has a lot of elements of a huge event, such as major concerts or big named special guests, but these are usually the main highlights of the convention while everything else is not quite as big. However at this size, there are still swarms and swarms of cosplayers, with maybe 50% or more of all attendees participating in costuming at some point during the convention. Medium size anime cons tend to have quite a few different events happening at any given time, and it's usually hard to be bored or have nothing interesting to do so long as you are a fan of some anime.

A convention with fewer than 5,000 attendees is often significantly easier to attend than a larger convention, depending on the location. Parking may be easier or cheaper, and hotel rooms may be closer to event spaces than in a larger venue. In some places finding cheap food nearby may be difficult, but often venues have their own snacks and food stands. While there are fewere people, there is usually still plenty of opportunity to find and form cosplay groups and to show off fancy or elaborate costumes - which may themselves become a feature of the convention.

Suggestions for attendees of Kami-Con 2015

Medium-sized cons like Kami-Con may have a lot happening in the schedule, so congoers are encouraged to study it and past year's schedules to plan for events they want to attend. Registering for the convention early online may save a lot of money versus registering when you get there, however anime cons will often sell "badges" and not tickets, which may sometimes not be refundable. If events last late into the night, getting a hotel room will alleviate the stress of commuting but may add extra stress when paying for it if roommates back out or fail to pay their fair share. It is always encouraged to pack as early as possible so that nothing is forgotten at home, as leaving the convention to get things will reduce time at the convention.