Phoenix Comicon 2017 Panel Rooms Seating Capacity

Phoenix Comicon holds a TON of programming over the course of the four day event. So its no surprise that the convention utilizes many of rooms located across the two of the main convention center buildings. Seating capacity does vary between rooms and its useful to know how large the room is because if you’re interested in a panel, knowing what time to get to the room is important. Keep in mind that Phoenix Comicon does not clear the rooms after each panel, you get into the room and you stay until the last panel.

Note: Rooms without seating numbers are designated as non traditional panel rooms and seating capacities will vary from official convention center numbers. 

North Building

  • First Floor
    • Room 120CD – Event Room (Drinks With Authors/BRA Party)
    • Room 121AB – Escape Rooms
    • Room 122ABC – 444
    • Room 123 – ZTag League
    • Room 124AB – Author Signings
    • Room 125AB – 246
    • Room 126AB – 246
    • Room 126C – 118
    • Room 127A – 118
    • Room 127B – 128
    • Room 127C – 118
    • Room 128AB – 246
    • Room 129AB – 440
    • Room 130- Blood Drive
    • Room 131A – 144
    • Room 131B – 156
    • Room 131C – 144
    • Room 132A – 144
    • Room 132BC – 300
  • Second Floor
    • Room 221ABC – 444
    • Room 222AB – 300
    • Room 222C – 144
    • Room 223 – 156
    • Room 224AB – 440
    • Room 225AB – 246
    • Room 226ABC – 364
    • Room 227A – Cosplay Meetups
    • Room 227BC – Cosplay Lounge and Repair Center
    • Room 228AB – 246
    • Room 229AB – 440
    • Room 231A – 144
    • Room 231BC – 300
    • Room 232ABC – 444

West Building

  • First Floor
    • Room 101ABC – Youth Art
    • Room 102ABC – Lego Lounge
    • Room 105ABC – Youth Activites
    • Room 106ABC – Stage Shows
  • Second Floor
    • Room 211AB – Blue Ribbon Army Lounge
    • Room 212AB – Diversity Lounge
  • Third Floor
    • Room 301A1464
    • Room 301BCD – 3008

For more guides to Phoenix Comicon 2017, check our Phoenix Comicon section. Don’t forget to follow Legion of Sand on Twitter for more Phoenix Comicon coverage as well as many other events!

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