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Baltimore Comic Con: Things To Know When You Go
Baltimore Comic-Con News You Can Use
from the official press release . . . . .
BALTIMORE, MARYLAND - September 19, 2015 - The 2015 Baltimore Comic-Con is just around the corner. We know we're providing a lot of information in a short period, but we wanted to make sure you have all of the important details about the show!
Of course, as always, we are at the Baltimore Convention Center, and this year's show takes place the weekend of September 25-27, 2015. If you haven't bought your General Admission, VIP, or Harvey Awards tickets yet, doing so now will avoid additional lines upon arrival. If you cannot purchase tickets until coming to the show for any reason, box office hours begin at 8am ET Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
If you came to the show last year, we are in the same location in 2015. If you are new to the show, or missed us last year (we forgive you), see the diagram above for details on where to enter.
ATMs will be available in numerous places throughout the convention floor for your convenience.
To make parking easy and stress free, we have partnered with Parking Panda, the nationwide leader in online parking reservations, to allow attendees to purchase guaranteed parking near the Baltimore Comic-Con. View real-time availability and pricing at many convenient locations within easy walking distance to the convention center.
Once purchased, parking is 100% guaranteed even if the location otherwise fills up. Simply present your purchase confirmation at the selected location, and this serves as your payment with no additional payments or fees ever. Parking availability is very limited, so it is strongly recommended that you purchase your parking in advance, if driving.
The art created for the 2015 Baltimore Comic-Con Yearbook will be auctioned off at the Baltimore Comic-Con Art Auction at 5pm on Saturday, September 26th in our Exclusives Booth in the Main Hall lobby, with art from the book displayed in the Exclusives Booth throughout the day.
Additionally, to benefit the family of comic book creator and photographer Seth Kushner, we are auctioning a print of his Stan Lee portrait, signed by Stan "The Man" himself. Also up for auction are two fully signed trading card packs of 12 of his top Graphic NYC creator portraits, with creators Neil Gaiman, Art Spiegelman, Chris Ware, Becky Cloonan, David Mack, Brian Michael Bendis, Jimmy Palmiotti, Molly Crabapple, Scott McCloud, Dean Haspiel, Larry Hama, and Alex Ross.
General Admission and VIP Package tickets for Weekend, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, as well as the Harvey Awards, are now on sale! Visit www.baltimorecomiccon.com/tickets/ for more information and to purchase your advanced tickets now, and as always, kids 10 and under get into the show free with a paid adult General Admission!
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