Win Passes to Con X 2012 – Kansas City [ENDED]

Media Mikes has joined forces with Burnt Water Productions to offer readers the chance to attend the upcoming Con X 2012 convention in Kansas City as their guests.

Kansas City’s first and only pop-culture, horror and sci-fi convention and will be held September 14-16 at the Ramada Conference Center. Among the guests: Margot Kidder (“Superman the Movie”), Walter Koenig (“Star Trek”) and James Tolkan (“Back to the Future” trilogy). Also scheduled: reunions for the casts of “Paranormal Activity,” “Stargate SG-1” and “The Amityville Horror.” There will also be a fully restored DeLorean just like the one featured in the “Back to the Future” films.

Those attending the event will have the opportunity to meet the attending celebrities, get autographs and photographs and the chance to enjoy an intimate dinner in the hotel’s Fireside Room. There will also be a cocktail party and concert to benefity the Wounded Warrior Project. There will also be Q & A sessions with the celebrity guests and lots of goodies for sale in the dealer’s room.

(10) Media Mikes readers will be randomly chosen to receive a weekend pass to this event. All you need to do is comment below and tell us which chapter of the “Back to the Future” trilogy is your favorite and why. The contest will run until midnight, September 2. Winners will be notified by email.

Tickets for the weekend convention are available online now and those showing a military ID at the door will get 50% off. A limited amount of VIP Passes and Celebrity Dinner tickets are available onlinewhile supplies last. Vendor spots, sponsorship packages and discount rooms at the Ramada Conference Center are still available. Check the site for updates and a complete list of celebrity guests, events and vendors.

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3 Replies to “Win Passes to Con X 2012 – Kansas City [ENDED]”

  1. Back To The Future is my favorite of the trilogy. I enjoyed the originality of it and I feel that it did it’s job in telling a complete story. The other two rely on each other to tell you a whole idea and they really weren’t necessary.

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