Last week I was lucky enough to go attend K-CON. First off, it was hot. Not that this had anything to do with K-Con itself. My two friends got there a couple minutes early and there was long line we had to wait in. Once we got in, we had to wait in line for merchandise because we hadn’t pre-order our stuff. The convention space was cramped. The lines were long for merchandise and they sold out of literally everything except the T-shirts and glowsticks. I don’t want to get on the autograph sessions. I’m a bit peeved that they weren’t able to organize it in a way that everyone could get a signature.
They had changed it to vouchers at the last minute. Also they said it would be people without staff shirts, which to me is bogus because we would have to depend on luck to get those vouchers. And it was crowded.
The crowd was like this. The only thing that in my mind could redeem my experience is with the one and only panel I participated in. “Love Connection”. It was basically speed dating. It was a fun experience.
The concert was the bomb though. I may have gotten the cheapest tickets but I got a clear view of the artists and although my camera’s video wasn’t that great I really enjoyed the concert.
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