November 3rd - 6th 2015 in Downtown Detroit
Cobo Center & Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
Youmacon is not only Detroit's first and only Anime Convention, it's also one of the fastest growing fan conventions in the country! Last year over 19,000 individuals joined us in downtown Detroit to enjoy our 24 hour programming, great industry guests, cosplay contests, and our epic video game room.
We're currently gearing up for our sister event, the Midwest Media Expo, but shortly after we'll be ready to bring you our best event yet as we celebrate our twelth year! Youmacon 2016 will be held at the newly renovated Cobo Center, as well as the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center.
While you're waiting for more updates, you can visit our Registration Page to purchase your badge at a discounted rate, or stop by our location page to learn more about where Youmacon takes place. You can also join our community on our forums, or on social media.
Youmacon - a Detroit-based, four-day anime, gaming, art and comic convention celebrating Japanese popular culture - is holding its 2016 celebration from November 3 - 6 in downtown Detroit. Festivities will take place 24-hours-a-day beginning at 8 p.m. on Thursday evening through 6 p.m. on Sunday inside the Cobo Center and Renaissance Center.
Similar in theme to most major Comic Cons, Youmacon (named for the Japanese word youma, meaning demon or ghost) is an all-ages mix of interactive games and events, cosplay, celebrity guest panels, live musical performances, exhibitors, artists and more.
Highlights of the event, now in its 12th year, also include a Charity Masquerade Ball, video game and table-top gaming rooms, a Live Action Mario and Donkey Kong Parties and a massive 100,000+ sq. foot dealer's room for shopping anime and other collectibles.
As part of this year's Youmacon, more than 30 anime industry celebrities and special guests are expected, including actors, producers, musicians, artists and more. For a complete list of special guests, please visit: http://www.youmacon.com/special-guests
Tickets will only be available at-the-door. Pricing options include a three-day pass ($65) or Friday only ($35), Saturday only ($45) or Sunday only ($25) passes. Thursday evening's activities are free and open to the public. Attendees should note that tickets sales are cash only.