Youmacon 2013 will be held October 31 – November 3 at two of the most iconic locations in Downtown Detroit: The world famous Cobo Center, and The Renaissance Center. Separating these locations is the beautiful Detroit Riverwalk. Remember, attendees traveling from outside the United States are now required to bring a passport or enhanced license to enter the country.
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If reserving your hotel room by phone, make sure to mention Youmacon 2013 to take advantage of the special Youmacon attendee rates.
Main Convention Hotel: Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center
$133/night + taxes
Official Overflow Hotel: Greektown Casino Hotel
$129/night + taxes
Please consult the above map for parking locations near The Renaissance Center, Cobo, and Greektown. Rates will be posted on this page when available.
The Detroit Amtrak station is located approximately 4 miles from the convention. From there it's just a short bus ride from the station to the hotel.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is located 21 miles from the convention. It's approximately $40 by taxi. The hotel does not provide a shuttle service from the airport.
For Directions, we recommend using mapping services such as Google Maps, Bing maps, and Mapquest. The addresses of important locations are listed below.
The Detroit Marriott at the
(Convention Hotel & 24 hour events)
400 Renaissance Drive
Detroit, Michigan 48243
(Dealer's Room & Day Events)
1 Washington Blvd
Detroit, MI 48226
Greektown Casino Hotel
(Official Overflow Hotel)
555 East Lafayette Avenue
Detroit, MI 48226
When is Youmacon 2013?
October 31 - November 3rd.
Where will it be?
Cobo Center & The Detroit Marriott at the Renascence Center in Downtown Detroit, Michigan.
Do I have to wear a costume (cosplay)?
Costumes are in no way required, but they can be a lot of fun. It's up to you!
Online Registration for Youmacon 2013 is now open, where 3-day & Platinum badges can be purchased here.
At the door prices are as follows:
A motley crew of aspiring ninjas, caped crusaders
and even part-robots descended on downtown Detroit
over the weekend for more than three days of fun
with like-minded souls.
The Detroit News