We are sad to announce that Triad Anime Convention 2021 is canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.
We had hoped things would be better but the safety and wellbeing of our staff, volunteers, and attendees is our highest concern.
We’ll have the 2022 date’s available soon!
We hope you all are safe and that we will be able to see you in 2022!
-Triad Anime Convention
Artist Alley is currently full for 2021. This is due to the fact that because of COVID, we allowed accepted artist from last year’s show to transfer their table to our 2021 show. However, schedules change for people, and it is likely some spots will become available. If you are interested in obtaining a spot please fill out the form on our Artist Alley page.
You can submit your panels by clicking the link below:
Panel Submission Page
You can check out our schedule of streamers by clicking the link below!
Click on the name of a panel in order to go to the streamer’s page. If you’d still like to submit a panel to stream, you still can! Fill out the link below and we’ll add you to the schedule:
Though physically the convention is Canceled for the year, we have a plan to give some community and positivity to anyone who needs it. We have decided that we are going to make an online convention in a way. Here we’re going to list any of our dealers and artists that have online stores, have a recorded version of the cosplay contest to premiere with clips from all the entries (if you submitted please look for an email from cosplay soon about it), and also make a scheduling doc of “panels”. Here we will include streams from some of the guests, panelist groups, and any attendees who want to stream either their panel or even just a watch party. Fill out the form below and programming will get to work!
ALL PRE-REG BADGES WILL BE REFUNDED AS FAST AS IT WILL LET US. And this online convention will be completely free in a time when we just want to give out happiness.
Look out for more details as we have them available, and thank you for your patience.
Update: We were hoping to have full confirmation with the venue by today so we could give our statement on Triad Anime Con being canceled or not. Even though we do not have confirmation we suggest you go forward as if the con is canceled for this weekend. We will pass along more information on the situation as we receive it.
We should have a more specific update later today. In the meantime, we wanted to let you know that as the coronavirus situation has rapidily changed daily, we’ve been constantly evaluating Triad Anime Con 2020. Our decision to cancel or keep the event involves an entire chain of parties, and we are working ensure that the decision we make is handled through the proper set of procedures in regards to each party. In the meantime, anyone who has purchased tickets on Eventbrite can contact us for a full refund if they wish. If the event is indeed canceled, everyone will be refunded.
Thank you for your patience and we will have an update later today.
Did you know that Triad Anime Con has an App?!
Using it will allow you to do cool things like view the latest, up-to-date schedule and any changes, make your own custom schedule, search and sort events by the kinds you want to attend, and find all convention information!
How do you get it?!
1. Go to the App Store or Google Play
2. Download Grenadine Event Guide.
3. Input “Triad2020” for the event code!
Our Web Schedule for 2020 is now live!
Please note that this is the tentative schedule, and may change slightly up until shortly before the con.
Version 2: 3/6/2020
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Professor Shyguy’s music can be best described as; high energy, chiptune-electro-rocking, 8-bit, epically vocalized, highly danceable, theatrical nerd-pop. With Jonna doing projected visuals while on stage he sings 50% about video games and the other 50% is anything from Space/Time to English Language gymnastics. He is recently known as the singer for Starring Star on the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Super. He has a new album out featuring guests such as Matt Mercer, Ashly Burch, Pyschostick, and more! You might have also heard him on Kumail Nanjiani and Emily Gordon’s Podcast ‘the Indoor Kids’ or the Diamond Club podcast. He has also made theme songs for the Angry Video Game Nerd, GuudeBoulderfist, This Week in Chiptune, PortsCenter, and more!