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;) Location: Seattle, WA Dates: March 2-5, 2017 Ticket price: – 0 Great for: American comic book enthusiasts, families, sci-fi fans, meeting celebrities Photo by artvixn (creative commons) It’s a bird! No, it’s the Pacific Northwest’s largest comic convention!

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But if you want a taste of it, look no further than PAX.

(See above.) It’s an excellent ‘E3 for the people, by the people.’ By the way: if you happen to have an extra E3 pass, I’d be happy to take it off your hands.

Fun fact: Gen Con’s name is short for “Geneva Convention”, named after nearby Lake Geneva.

It’s also a play on words since the origin of the convention focused on war games, and as you know, the original Geneva Convention is a series of war treaties. Location: Los Angeles, CA Dates: October 14-16, 2016 Ticket price: $25 – $495 Great for: Learning how to design your own game, introspective panels, staying up late with friends to play lots of games Photo by jeriaska (creative commons) Some of the biggest games of the last five years started out as a little independent setup with big aspirations.

UPDATE [09/06/2016]: 2016 – 2017 dates, locations, pricing, and new names of select conventions. Thanks to your excellent feedback on this article, I’m starting a series of geek convention round-ups. It’s certainly not an exhaustive list, but a carefully curated one based on my experiences and those of my convention-pro friends.

They’re a curated resource to see when the convention is happening and what’s worth seeing there. It’s definitely not a requirement to be a certifiable geek on a topic. Location: Seattle, WA Dates: TBA (likely Labor Day Weekend 2017, September 1-4) Ticket price: – 0 (Registration will likely open Spring 2017.

One gauge for the evolution of a convention is the talent it can attract.

Previous years have been dazzled by star-sprinkled ensembles including Patrick Stewart, Felicia Day, Wil Wheaton, Gillian Anderson, Carrie Fisher, Adam West, and so many more.

Engagement designer, Stanford lecturer, and tabletop geek Chris Bennett gave me the inside scoop on Go Play Northwest.

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