The return of Tucson Comic-Con is here! The month of the year isn’t the only thing to change with this version of Tucson Comic-Con. Things kick off this Friday, September 2 and wrap up Sunday, September 4 at the Tucson Convention Center. Let’s take a look at all the details:

Badges and Pick Up

Child (9-13 yr old) Full Weekend – $10
Child (9-13 yr old) Friday – $5
Child (9-13 yr old) Saturday – $5
Child (9-13 yr old) Sunday – $5

While there isn’t specific registration hours posted (that I could find), it should follow pretty closely to the Exhibit Hours which are:
Friday, September 2: 3:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday, September 3: 10:00AM-7:00PM
Sunday, September 4: 10:00AM-5:00PM

Parking at the Tucson Convention Center is $10 a day (and it usually fills up pretty quickly). There are several parking lots/garages in the surrounding area if you can’t park directly at the convention center. Parking meters on 4th Ave are free on Saturday and Sunday as well.

Tucson Comic-Con is offering the following programming this year:
Tabletop Gaming
Interactive Cosplay Sets
Guest Photo Ops and Autographs
Scavenger Hunt
Cosplay Contents
Partnered After Parties
and more!

You can check out the official Tucson Comic-Con program guide right here!

Concessions and Foods
While there doesn’t seem to be much information floating around about what will be offered this year, the convention center *usually* has a few concession stands, cafes, and food trucks on site (when I asked about which food trucks were going to be on site, they didn’t have the information at the time).

If eating at the convention center is not your thing, there are plenty of options along Congress St and Pennington St which are both rather close to the convention center.

Exhibit Floor Hours

Friday, September 2: 3:00PM-8:00PM
Saturday, September 3: 10:00AM-7:00PM
Sunday, September 4: 10:00AM-5:00PM
Programming Hours

Friday, September 2: TBD
Saturday, September 3: 11:00AM-11:00PM
Sunday, September 4: 11:00AM-4:50PM

Tucson Comic-Con has a wide variety of comic book guests, media guests, author guests, and cosplay guests this year. Guests such as Jim Shooter, Henry Barajas, and Brian Pulido will be on hand to meet and chat with attendees. For the full list, click here.

Bag Policy
Very important info here regarding bags


Masks are strongly suggested but not required