Some changes in 2015, membership rate for renewing Otakon members is $80 (first 10,000) or $90 (remaining 25,000).
One of the longest running and largest anime convention, announced its Vegas convention. It is an three-day anime convention held during January at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. The convention is organized by Otakorp, the group behind Otakon, see more: Otakon Vegas 2016.
Otakon celebrates anime– an annual three day anime convention held during July/August at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland’s Inner Harbor district. The convention focuses on East Asian popular culture primarily anime, manga, music, and cinema.
Otakon Vegas 2016 Interview Procedures– Interviews with official Otakon Vegas guests must be requested and arranged through Otakon Vegas Press Relations staff. Only registered members of Press may request interviews with official Otakon Vegas guests. Interviews will be arranged as guest availability allows; simply requesting an interview does not guarantee that one will be arranged.
Otakon Vegas 2016 staff works with guests, their publicists and managers, and their industry reps to schedule the guests’ time. This policy is necessary to avoid scheduling conflicts. August 12-14, 2016 in Baltimore!
Otakon (“Otaku Convention”), begins with a costume parade before it officially opens, thousand fans of Japanese pop culture attend the event, according to Otakon’s director of press and publicity, Victor Albisharat. in 2013 they skewed 53 percent female; 75 percent aged 19-34, and organizers say they keep getting younger.
Otakorp started in early 2013, its first convention was held at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada where they hope to create a smaller convention and test new ideas according to source.