EXPO HALL

The Spa-Con Expo Hall includes the Kid-Con, Expo Stage, Ghostbusters Ecto-1 Car, 1966 Batmobile Replica, ArkLUG LEGO Installation, 501st Diamond Garrison, Society for Creative Anachronism Historical Re-Creation, Vendor Booths, Artist Alley, Guest Comic Artists, Guest Cosplayers, Celebrity Tables, and Spa-Con Merchandise. Over 50,000 square feet of fantasy and fun!

Spa-Con seeks to showcase the best comics, gaming, anime, manga, collectibles and more!

Interested in being a part of it?

VENDORS

 

A 10 X 10 vendor booth is available for $175 each until December 31, 2016 after which the price is $200 each.

The booth includes an 8-ft. skirted table, an 8-ft. drape behind, two folding chairs, a company ID sign and electricity.

Vendors and exhibitors also receive two Spa-Con Vendor Passes.

ARTISTS

 

A 8 x 8 Artist Alley booth is available for $100 each until December 31, 2016 after which the price is $125 each.

The booth includes a 6-ft. skirted table, an 8-ft. drape behind, two folding chairs, a company ID sign and electricity.

Artist Alley exhibitors also receive one Spa-Con Vendor Pass.

 Limitations on Sales

  • Artist Alley vendors may only sell their own original artwork and creations.
  • Artists may not sell “mass produced” items. Artist Alley defines “mass produced” as more than 100 units of a single item. Re-sellers and commercial artists are welcome to purchase a vendor booth.
  • The sale of real weapons is prohibited in Artist Alley.
  • You may not display material deemed offensive or inappropriate. The Artist Alley Directors and Spa-Con staff have the sole right to determine what is offensive or inappropriate. You may not sell offensive or inappropriate material to minors (under age 18).

Should I get an Artist Alley table or a vendor booth?

Different restrictions apply to what you can sell at each type of table.

 

  • If your merchandise is handcrafted by you, and available in limited quantities, an artist alley table is for you!
  • Vendor tables will be home to licensed, resold and mass produced merchandise.

A THOUSAND THANK YOUS TO OUR FIRST YEAR BOOTH OCCUPANTS!

Joe Rubinstein Pat Broderick Rodney Ramos Pat Moriarity
Matt Triano Michael Arnold HeyCat Comics Tanja Wooten Illustrations
Brian’s Creations Henderson State University Cirsova Publishing Crooked Tree Graphics
Pink Pit Bull Productions Christopher Corey Smith Leah Clark Caitlin Glass
Krystle Starr Lady Kate Ginny Di Jedi Manda
Echo Arkansas Photography Regine Skrydon Nom De Pixel Rhela Art Designs
Big Time Fan Goodies 4 Geeks Kawaii Pop Marmee Made It
Galaxy Gear Ivy Ann Arts GCL Cosplay Club Anime-R-Us
Garland County Library Mid-America Science Museum Click-It-Hot Mutt Cutts Van
The DeLorean Time Machine ARKVINDICTA Madame Fifi Maries’ Serendipity
Sakura Sisters Creations by Caitlin Dream Cosplays Bohemian Geeks
Fan Boy Glass Signature Horror/Samson Publishing Render Creative Dapper & Debonair
Stonehenge Ocarina Beastman Caravan Kevin & Corrie Lusk Anime Aiko
Arrow Geek Cutting Edge Toys Nerd Haven Gray Gulf Goods
Mista J and Harley’s Uniquely Upcycled Game Planet Tortured Earth CJ Comics
D2 Comics Sho’Nuff Comics Bill Triplett (formerly Alt Worlds) Mitchell Studios
RepliKitty Galaxy Connection Star Toys Nerd Prints
FYE Epic Geek Shop Animax Brix—n—Clix
501st Legion. Diamond Garrison Tony Buck FX Studios City Siren FX Group Prohibition Press