ApollyCon 2020 will be a 3-day reader event which will include two author signings, panels, multiple social events, and more!
This event features 150+ authors across YA, NA, and Adult romance genres, and is open to readers of all ages.
We will kick off our 2020 event with a Thursday Meet & Greet, which will feature authors from our lineup. This event is only open to Titan and Apollyon pass holders.
Friday will once again feature panel programming (in the morning), a 3-hour-long signing session (open to Titan pass holders), and the Sparkler event hosted by sponsor 1,001 Dark Nights, and a movie night hosted by author Damon Suede (open to Titan and Apollyon pass holders).
On Saturday we will have two general signing sessions (open to all ticket holders) with a break in between, which will be preceded by an after party (theme: PAJAMA PARTY!) that evening.
Sunday will feature a closing keynote Q&A session with #1 New York Times Best Selling Authors J.R. Ward and Jennifer L. Armentrout. NOTE: The brunch/Q&A is not included with the Titan, Apollyon, or Deity tickets. If you'd like to attend the Sunday programming, you'll need to purchase either the Brunch ticket, or the J.R. Ward Q&A only ticket.
For the most current author lineup, head over to apollyconevent.com/lineup.
We will post panel and event programming schedules and info in late summer, early fall 2019.
For additional ticketing and event details, please go here: https://apollyconevent.com/apollycon-2020-ticket-info/
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
There is no minimum age, however all individuals over the age of twelve (12) will be required to have a ticket. Also, be mindful of the fact that some panel programming may feature mature themes, so please use your discretion when having minors attend. Alcohol is served during our Meet & Greet (Thursday) as well as our After Party (Saturday), so make sure to bring your ID if you're 21 and older.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
Discount valet parking is available for event attendees, and there are also alternative parking garage options within walking distance of the event hotel.
What is your event Cart policy?
As with ApollyCon 2019, carts will not be permitted within the event space. Exceptions will be made for any attendees with medical/accessibiltly concerns, so if this applies to you, you'll need to contact the event team ASAP at email@example.com so we can work to accommodate you. Requests need to be made by November 1st, 2019 in order to have ample time to make accommodations.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the event team at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will not reply to any messages via DM/IM on social media, so please make sure to submit all correspondence via email.
What's the refund policy?
All tickets will be non-refundable. Tickets are fully transferrable through March 15th, 2020, so if for some reason you're unable to make it, you'll be ablle to resell/transfer your ticket(s).
What is the difference between "GROUP A" and "GROUP B" tickets?
All event tickets with access to Saturday's ApollyCon 2020 will fall under either group A or B. This will help determine which signing room you'll start in during Saturday's first and second signing session. For example: attendees with group A tickets will start the first signing session in the Independence Center (signing room), and attendees with group B tickets will start in the Ballroom signing room at that time. After the 1.5 hour break, the groups will swap rooms. This system will not apply to Friday's Titan signing session, as all Titan Pass holders will be able to roam freely between both signing rooms during the 3 hours.
Please visit our website's FAQ page for more in-depth info: https://apollyconevent.com/faqs/
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