Kumoricon Ticketed Event Pre-Sales
Event informational pages:
Online pre-sales have concluded as of November 11. Tickets will be available at the convention, subject to availability.
Do I need to be a Kumoricon attendee to attend these ticketed events?
Yes. You must have a valid Kumoricon badge for the day of the event you are attending.
Do I need to bring ID?
Yes, you must have your valid, government-issued photo ID to enter these events. For details, please see the policy for ID for picking up your badge at the convention at the registration page.
Will tickets be available at the door to each event?
Location and purchase deadline changed: For the Tea Party, tickets will be available, subject to availability, on Saturday only (the day before the event) at the Programming Booth only (or Programming Office if the booth has closed), not at the DoubleTree. Ticket sales will open at 12:00 noon and close at 11:59pm, Saturday.
For the Maid Café, reservations will be available, subject to availability. Reservations can be made for upcoming sessions, and all reservation sales will be conducted at the DoubleTree by Hilton at the Pacific Northwest Ballroom.
For the Sake Tasting, half of the tickets are reserved for at-convention sales only. Available tickets will be at the Programming Booth only (or Programming Office if the booth has closed) starting at 9:00am Saturday, not at the door at the DoubleTree.
Can I pay by credit/debit card when buying special event tickets at the convention?
Update: Yes, you can pay by credit/debit card or cash, for all three events.
Can I only pre-purchase an event ticket if I already pre-registered for Kumoricon?
You can choose to register for Kumoricon either by pre-registering online by the pre-registration close date, or by registering at the door. (Registration at the door is at the Oregon Convention Center.) Whichever you choose, you must have a valid convention badge by the start of the ticketed event.
After I pre-purchase tickets, do I need to bring anything to the event?
Please bring your valid Kumoricon badge and valid, government-issued photo ID.
How do I register for Kumoricon?
Please see the convention registration page. After convention pre-registration closes, convention registration is available at-the-door.
What are the rules and policies for each event?
Each event has its own policies, including a strict dress code for the Tea Party, and an age 21 requirement for the Sake Tasting. Additionally, the general convention code of conduct applies. Please see the following:
If I hold VIP membership, can I reserve a Maid Café session if it is sold out?
Five seats per Maid Café session are reserved for VIP members, even if the session shows as sold out. For more information, please contact email@example.com.
I have another question that isn't answered here, or I need help with something.
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