Posted Under: Conventions
Tuesday, October 18, 2016 at 12:19 pm | 0 Comments |
Matthew Lewis will be attending Tokyo Comic Con at Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Centre in Japan. The conference starts on December 2nd and runs through the 4th. Matthew will be attending all three days. A short translation from his bio page states:
“At the time of my last visit to Japan, I enjoyed the interaction with fans from Tokyo to Kyushu. I look forward to visiting Japan again after such a long time.”
Tickets start from ¥1500 ($14.50) for general admission depending on when you purchase. Students have a lower rate of ¥800 ($8). They are currently in “early sales” and will move on to general and day-of tickets, each going up in price. If you’re not in Japan you can purchase tickets via this link. Photos and autographs are ¥7500 ($72) each and can be purchased here.
Thanks to AccioMDL for the tip!
Sunday, October 16, 2016 at 6:44 pm | 0 Comments |
The Dallas Fan Days Facebook page has shared photos off Matthew Lewis at this weekend’s convention. You can view all the photos over in our gallery. If you were at the event and would like to share your photos be sure to send us an email! (We won’t be posting fan photos without permission.)
Following this convention, Matthew will be attending MegaCon Tampa Bay on Friday October 28th and Saturday the 29th. Tickets for Friday cost $25 in advance or $30 at the door (you can also purchase tickets for the full weekend.) Photos and autographs will be available for an additional fee ($50 for autographs and $65 for a photo op.)
Thursday, August 18, 2016 at 2:28 pm | 0 Comments |
It was announced today that Matt Lewis will be one of the guests at Dallas Comic Con, also known as Dallas Fan Days, this October. This event comes just on the heels of Matt’s appearance in Unfaithful in London which completes its run on October 6th. Dallas Comic Con will be held from October 14-16 at the Irving Convention Center. You can purchase tickets over on their website.
It is unknown if Matt will be in attendance for all three days but he will be participating in autograph and photo sessions during the convention. We will update you as more information and pricing for those sessions is released.
Dallas Fan Days™ is a twice annual comics, sci-fi, horror, anime, and gaming event in Texas. It is packed with exciting family-friendly activities, celebrity & comic guests, and much more! The pop culture extravaganza is host to tens of thousands of fans at the Irving Convention Center for the two or three-day event every Spring and Fall.
Monday, August 8, 2016 at 10:05 pm | 0 Comments |
After having to back out of Fan Expo Canada due to performing in Unfaithful, Matthew Lewis will be attending MegaCon Tampa Bay in October. Matt will only be at the conference on Friday October 28th and will be participating in photo ops and autograph sessions.
MegaCon Tampa Bay takes place at the Tampa Convention Center from October 28th – October 30th with tickets available on their website. Tickets for Friday cost $25 in advance or $30 at the door (you can also purchase tickets for the full weekend.) Photos and autographs will be available for an additional fee.
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Monday, July 11, 2016 at 11:39 am | 0 Comments |
UPDATE: Due to work commitments, Matthew will not be able to attend Fan Expo Canada.
Matthew Lewis will be a guest at this year’s Fan Expo Canada which will be held at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from September 1st (Thursday) – 4th (Sunday.) Matt will only be at the event on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Pricing for autographs and photos has not been released. We will update this post when that happens.
FAN EXPO CANADA™ is the largest Comics, Sci-fi, Horror, Anime, and Gaming event in Canada and the 3rd largest Pop Culture event in North America.
Celebrating its 22nd year, FAN EXPO CANADA™ has grown from a small comic book convention attracting 1,500 fans into a multi-faceted, 4-day citywide event that attracts over 129,000 people from around the world. The event provides a substantial multi-million dollar economic impact to the City of Toronto, filling up hotels and restaurants throughout the duration of the Expo.