This year marks the third year for Scare-A-Con New England. This has to be one of the most fun conventions that I have had the pleasure of attending. I have made so many great friends while attending this convention in the past and it has set in a motion a whole range of opportunities for me that I probably wouldn’t have gotten otherwise.
Scare-A-Con, show promoter JV Johnson will be joining my co-host Matty and I on Shock Treatment this Tuesday at 9pm. Johnson will let the audience in on what they can expect from this event and just what goes into putting a full fan convention together.
This year’s event, brings back fan favorites and show ambassadors.
Felissa Rose, Jason Lively, Ricky Dean Logan, Sean Whalen, and Mark Patton are a few names to expect.. If you have never attended one of these events, these 5 alone are worth making the trip out to the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center, in Framingham, Mass. on the weekend of June 15-17!
If you need more joining the amazing line up of guests this year will be, Cassandra Peterson, better known as Elvira to most people; SFX extraordinaire, actor and director, Tom Savini, legendary front man of the rock band Twisted Sister and the movie, Strangeland, Dee Snider; Doug Bradley better known as Pinhead from the Hellraiser franchise and many more…
If you love rubbing elbows with famous people, or admire any of the guests in attendance this year, this is the weekend to break out the wallets and get your tickets, you can order them at Scareacon.com or buy them at the door the weekend of the convention.
Other than the amazing guests, there will be amazing vendors such as SFX artists, horror novelist authors, and so many more. So get ready for a fantastic event, where you can fangirl or fanboy out, if you are a horror nerd like me!
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