NecronomiCon Providence 2022 – PROGRAMMING
The core programming – our committees are working away to develop the type of panels and talks that you all expect of NecronomiCon. Now that the event is moved to 2022 (so long, odd years!), we are working away to make a superb event for 18-21 August 2022.
IF you are a previous panelist or programming participant, or if you would like to be considered as a participant, please use this survey and get in touch!
Guests of Honor – We’re excited at the names we’ve gathered so far, but won’t fully announce until the entire line-up is complete.
Films, Gaming, and Arts – While the main NecronomiCon event is being bumped to 2022, we plan to bring you some good, fun programming in August, 2022 – a combination of film, gaming, and author readings, and maybe some other fun stuff later in the year. We plan to start making the main announcements on this in spring 2022.
Walking and Bus Tours – For 2022, we will be offering the usual excellent work-out opportunities with walking tours, and also plan to bring back bus tours.
The Armitage Symposium – Now that we’re able to look forward to something closer to “normal” for 2022, we’re incredibly happy to put the Armitage Symposium back on the table! Please follow the link to the Armitage page for the full CFA!
The Vendor Hall – Our famous hall of printed weird, sculpted odd, and crafted bizarre, will soon take shape. If you are interested in a table, please hold tight a little longer for the registrastion doors to open (17Feb2022)
A final note on “2021” –
Some folks suggested we follow the lead of other conventions who’ve chosen to go remote with their programming.
However, we feel a fundamental aspect of NecronomiCon Providence is just that: PROVIDENCE. We are proud to have become a favored venue and home for over two thousand attendees and guests from over twenty countries who have grown to love Providence and enjoy rubbing elbows with dear friends they only see every two years here in the Capital of Weird. We just don’t see a remote option being one that we can feel good about, at least not for the kind of event we wish to be.