- Exhibitor Booth Registration
- Artist Alley Registration
- Instructions on How to Purchase Booths Using Online Payment System
- Sponsorship Sales Deck
- Sponsorship Rate Sheet
- Interactive Floor Maps
- Downloadable Graphics
- Exhibitor Kits and One Sheets
- Volunteer Registration
- Fan Groups
Exhibitors and Artists-- Your feedback is important to us. Please click here to tell us about your recent experience exhibiting with Wizard World Comic Con.
If you are a retailer looking to attend the show, discounted tickets are available on-site at the Exhibitor & Artist Registration Kiosk in the Registration Area.
Guest list subject to change. Signatures are not guaranteed. Additional fees may apply. Some guests charge a fee for signatures!
Artists! Are you signed up but not listed on our website as appearing?
Just send over your Bio, Headshot, and an image of your work and we'll get you listed ASAP. Please make sure you send TWO separate photos: A Headshot AND an Artwork image-- not one split image.
Bios should be in this format:
Main job with examples - (Artist - Such and Such, So and So); (Illustrator - This and That, The Other Thing); (Writer/Creator - That One)
Biography written in the third person.
Send it to: Conventions@wizardworld.com
Please Click Here to register for an Artist Alley table
- Exhibit floor access to the event during hours open to the public
- Limited access to seminars and panels based on capacity
- Potential interview opportunities with Wizard World personnel and guests, as directed through the Public Relations office
To register as Press for Wizard World, select a city from the drop box to the left.
For Wizard World press releases, Click Here
Press Contacts: Jerry Milani, PR Manager, 646-512-5022, firstname.lastname@example.org
Abby Ferguson, PR Coordinator, 310-648-8410, email@example.com
Also, when taking pictures of people in costume, or your friends, please be sure to angle yourselves to that you are not taking a picture across an aisle. When you do that, everyone has to stop and wait for you to take the picture. If you move so that you are both on the same side of the aisle and take the picture in the direction of traffic flow, then people can move past you and you don’t stop the flow of traffic.
These same rules above apply to video cameras. Keep in mind that many of our panel rooms are now being filmed and broadcast live over the internet. You are allowed to videotape inside these rooms ONLY if the video you shoot is not intended for sale or distribution. When in doubt, put the camera away. How much are the autographs? Well, that depends. Each of the guests at the show charges a different amount, so be sure to ask first before you commit to buy one! Wizard World does not tell our guests what to charge, or even that they have to charge. So be sure to check with the guest to see their rates. Some guests will have pre-order autographs arranged, so be sure to take a look at the Autograph Tickets/Photo Ops page. Any info on special tickets or pricing is going to be listed there. Can I get my picture taken with your guests? Again, that depends on the guest. Some will gladly do it for free, others charge a nominal fee (sometimes donated to charity), and others won’t do it at all. We don’t tell our guests what to do or how to do it when they get to the show. It’s their call on what to charge, how much to charge, or even if they will charge. Remember, when you step behind the table to take a picture with the guest, it holds up the line, and for a very popular guest, that can really cause delays for other fans.
We have also signed a deal with Celebrity Photo Ops. So now you can have a professional photographer take a photo of you and many of your favorite Celebrity Guests! There is a charge for this, but after the picture is taken, it is printed out in a glossy 8x10 that you can take home with you, or even go and get signed! Note that some guests charge to sign photos of items you bring. Be sure to check the Autograph Tickets/Photo Ops page for more details. What times do your guests sign autographs? Generally, our guests are there signing for most of the day. We don’t set specific hours for them. If they’re there that day, and not on a break, in a panel, or at lunch, they should be signing. Be sure to check their bio and the Guest page to see what days they are attending the show. Can I get my autograph authenticated? We have partnered with CGC for select shows. Learn more about the program here. If I buy an Advanced Purchase Autograph Ticket or Photo Op ticket, does that get me into the show, or do I still have to buy admission? Nope, you still have to buy admission to the convention to be able to claim your photo or autograph. Can I buy autographs online after the show? I won’t be there that weekend. No, sorry. We don’t save autographs or ship them. But be sure to check the Guest’s Bio page. Some of our guests do offer Autographs through the mail. If they do, there will be a link to it in their bio. Can I send you an item to get signed by a guest at your show? I won’t be there that weekend. No, sorry. We just can’t do that. Will So and So be there all three days? Be sure to take a look at the Guest Page. If a guest is NOT going to be there all three days, there will be a notation under their picture telling you what days they will be there. If there’s no notation, then we assume they’re going to be there all three days. But be sure to check back often as their days attending may change. Wizard World Anti-Harassment Policy: Wizard World is committed to providing a safe and fun experience for all attendees, exhibitors, guests and staff. As such, all are entitled to respectful treatment at Wizard World conventions and associated events. Wizard World will not tolerate inappropriate behavior of any kind, including but not limited to harassment because of age, disability, marital status, race or color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity.
Any threatening behavior with the intent to harass, annoy, alarm, abuse, torment or embarrass another is unacceptable and grounds for removal from the convention without refund. If unacceptable behavior continues upon being escorted from the show floor, local authorities will be contacted and criminal charges may follow.
Anyone who sees or feels that their experience is being compromised due to unacceptable or questionable behavior is encouraged to speak with Wizard World staff immediately with any concerns for appropriate action. Wizard World staff can be located in the Registration area and throughout the show floor in black polo shirts marked STAFF. Weapons Policy: In order to assure that everyone who visits Wizard World has a safe and enjoyable time, we have decided to institute a weapons policy, effective immediately.
- All weapons must be inspected by a member of our security staff and tagged prior to entry.
- Actual firearms of any sort are not allowed.
- Simulated weapons for cosplay purposes will be allowed, but must be non-firing.
- Bladed weapons must be affixed in their sheaths so that they can not be removed.
- If you are found with an untagged weapon inside the show, you will be escorted to security to have your weapon inspected and tagged.
- If you have a weapon that does not pass inspection, you will not be able to enter the show. If you are not sure about a weapon, or have a weapon that does not meet these policies, please leave it at home in order to assure entrance.