Sierra Nevada Anime Fans Unite! Con To Be Held in Sparks, NV From 10/5/2017 – 10/8/2017


Source: SNAFU Con
Summary:

The “Sierra Nevada Anime Fans Unite!” Convention (SNAFU Con) anime convention announced that the event will be held from October 5 – 8, 2017. The convention will be held at Sparks, Nevada’s Nugget Casino Resort Convention Center.

The convention will host a special “Day Zero” event from noon to 11:00PM on October 5. This is a badgeless event, which is free and open to the public. The main convention will be held from October 6 – 8.

Planned events include:


  • Swap Meet
  • Dealer’s Room
  • Cosplay Meetups
  • Cafe
  • Competitions
  • Karaoke
  • Tabletop Gaming
  • Special Guests
  • Guest Artists
  • Panels

SNAFU Con is an all-ages event. Weekend passes are priced at $40, while day passes will cost $20 per day.


The “Sierra Nevada Anime Fans Unite!” Convention (SNAFU Con) anime convention announced that the event will be held from October 5 – 8, 2017. The convention will be held at Sparks, Nevada’s Nugget Casino Resort Convention Center.

The convention will host a special “Day Zero” event from noon to 11:00PM on October 5. This is a badgeless event, which is free and open to the public. The main convention will be held from October 6 – 8.

Planned events include:


  • Swap Meet
  • Dealer’s Room
  • Cosplay Meetups
  • Cafe
  • Competitions
  • Karaoke
  • Tabletop Gaming
  • Special Guests
  • Guest Artists
  • Panels

SNAFU Con is an all-ages event. Weekend passes are priced at $40, while day passes will cost $20 per day.

“October brings The Biggest Little Anime Con SNAFU to the Reno-Sparks”

SPARKS, NV (September 12, 2017) – Sierra Nevada Anime Fans Unite! (SNAFU) Con is an all ages anime convention in the Reno-Sparks area taking place on Thursday, October 5th (FREE Day Zero) and Friday, October 6th through Sunday, October 8th, 2017 inside The Nugget Casino Resort Convention Center, 1100 Nugget Ave, Sparks, NV 89431.

SNAFU Con begins a day early with DAY ZERO! Thursday, October 5th starting at 12pm to 11pm. Get a taste of SNAFU Con for FREE. Day Zero is badgeless, free, and open to the public for anyone and everyone to enjoy. Then continuing into Fridaythe convention runs non stop until Sunday evening.

Convention festivities include a Swap Meet and Vendors with tons of toys, manga, anime and much more for sale or trade;Cosplay Meetups, Cafe and Competitions throughout the weekend on the Convention Floor! Karaoke for casual fun or join the Karaoke Competition, Tabletop Gaming including a UFS Demo, Pathfinder games, and board games, Special Guests and Artists and fun, educational, or goofy panels, workshops and presentations scheduled all day and night!

SNAFU Con is a family friendly, all ages, safe and welcoming place to share your enthusiasm for all things nerdy and geeky.Registration is $40 for the entire weekend of nonstop programming or $20/day. For more information on the convention please visit our website at www.snafucon.com.

About SNAFU Con:

Sierra Nevada Anime Fans Unite Convention (SNAFU) Con is a collaborative effort of local anime, game, comic-book, and science-fiction fans. Our goal is to provide a convention that will benefit both the producers within the local area and community at large. The primary goal is to connect local fans to each other as well as producers and retailers, allowing them to interact with their customers in a fun and relaxed setting. Our reason for choosing the greater Reno-Sparks area is a simple one: We live here and so do numerous other people who share our interests in all things nerdy. This will be the biggest little con(vention) in the biggest little city.

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