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?
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.
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|