Every year, we love attending Wizard World St. Louis! It’s back again February 2nd-4th this year with an awesome line-up of celebrity guests in addition to artwork, comics, toys and so much more! It’s such a family-friendly show and with kids 10 and under getting in free with the purchase of an adult ticket, there’s no reason not to bring them with you this weekend!
Join tens of thousands of fellow fans as they converge on the America’s Center at Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con & Gaming to celebrate the best in pop culture. Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con & Gaming brings it all – Movies, Comics, Toys, Video Gaming, Games, TV, Graphic Novels, Horror, Wrestling, MMA, Original Art, Collectibles, Anime, Manga & More! Wizard World St. Louis Comic Con & Gaming is brought to you by the group who produces the most widely attended Comic Con tour!
Wizard World Comic Con will be in St. Louis February 2-4 at America’s Center. If you’re looking for somewhere to bring the whole family, this is it! There is kids programming all three days, including story time, face painting, puppet shows, dance parties, magic and learn to draw classes. Best of all, kids under 10 get in FREE!
There are more than 50 hours of panels including:
Interactive Q&As with Stan Lee (Saturday, noon), Michael Rosenbaum (Saturday, 12:30 p.m.), Bonnie Wright (Saturday, 1 p.m.), Barrowman (Saturday, 2 p.m.), Sebastian Stan (Saturday, 5:15 p.m.), Marsters (Saturday, 4:15 p.m.), Frain (Saturday, 2:30 p.m.), Dan Fogler ( Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Saturday, 4 p.m.), Boyd (Sunday, 12:30 p.m.), Sean Astin (Sunday, 1:30 p.m.)
Group sessions with the the cast of LOTR (Saturday, 3 p.m.) and “Women of Pop Culture” ( Holly Marie Combs (“Charmed”), Lucy Davis ( Wonder Woman) and Charisma Carpenter (“Buffy”); Saturday, 1 p.m.)
Disney Trivia panel with Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite ) and Thomas Ian Nicholas (Rookie of the Year, Saturday, 2 p.m.)
Creator-themed hours featuring industry superstars Steve Geiger (“Spider-Man,” “Incredible Hulk”), Clinton Hobart (licensed Disney fine artist), Mostafa Moussa (“Superman,” Fantastic Four”) and more
Fan-based panels on subjects ranging from Zombification, Star Wars, Marvel vs. DC, fantasy, fan art, Harry Potter, anime and more
A full list of Wizard World Comic Con St. Louis programming is available at http://wizardworld.com/
Musicians The Retro Nerds (80s tribute band, Saturday) and [email protected] (80s, Sunday), Rock It Man Entertainment (dueling pianos, Friday), The Thomas Ian Nicholas Band (original and covers, Friday, Saturday), James Morris (guitar/folk, Saturday, Sunday)
Cos-Spray, a duo of performers combining music, dance and art (Friday, Saturday)
Wizard World Karaoke (Friday, Saturday, sign up at stage)
Nerdprov by ComedySportz St. Louis’s Mike Gregorek (Friday)
Face Painting and glitter tattoos for kids all weekend by Faces with Sparkle, Ruth “Sparkle” Baker, in the Kids Zone
Free Balloon Art in the Kids Zone (ONLY 4-6pm Saturday & 11:30am-1:30pm Sunday)
Oh My Gosh Josh show featuring juggling, magic, sword swallowing (Saturday)
Captain K Fantastical Magic Show (Saturday)
Live Falcon Show by Wildlife Command Center (Sunday)
Jester Puppets puppet show and Jedi Training, on a mission to stop bullying
Cosplay meetups (all three days)
Anime voice actors Bryce Papenbrook (Saturday, Sunday), Austin Tindle (all three days) and Jad Saxton (all three days) in the Anime Area, for photos, autographs, and voice recordings (fees may apply)
How to play Quidditch with Webster Quidditch (All weekend-Room 150)
Trivia and DJ spinning all weekend
Costume contest for adults (Saturday) and kids (Saturday and Sunday)
The full schedule of entertainment and programming can be found at http://wizardworld.com/
Make sure to check out Wizard World this weekend – buy your tickets now! Use code STL20 to get 20% off too!
Disclosure: I received tickets to the event but all thoughts and opinions are my own.