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FanX® Salt Lake Comic Convention KidCon



    Date: Saturday, September 8th, 2018

    Location: KidCon Area – Room #155 – Salt Palace Convention Center


    • Sign up starts at 11am – 11:30 am
    • Line up starts at 11:45 am
    • Parade on stage: Noon-1pm

    Who can participate? Kids 12 and under


    Calling all kids and parents!

    We are looking for the best kids costumes and cosplays in all the land!

    Join us on Saturday, September 8th, 2018 as we celebrate all kids in costumes and cosplays by taking part in the FanX® Salt Lake Comic Convention™ Kids Cosplay Parade.

    All superheroes, mini villains, princesses and any other kids in costume age 12 and under are welcome to join us in the Kid Con area at the Salt Palace on Saturday, September 8th, 2018. Sign-ups for the parade will start at 11 am and go till 11:30 am. We will then line up the participants at 11:45 and the parade will start at noon.

    Each participant will walk on the Kid Con mini stage to show off their costume/cosplay outfit for everyone to see and applaud. After they strut their stuff they will walk off stage and rejoin their parents/guardians and watch the rest of the event from the front. At sign ups, all kids will be given a sticker with a number that matches a ticket that their parent/guardian is given. FanX® Salt Lake Comic Convention™ volunteers will check that both match before handing off the cosplayer to an adult/guardian.

    Parents and caretakers, please be present with your child, their safety is our number one priority. If the participant needs assistance we encourage you to help them walk on and off the stage but we will also have volunteers at the event helping out as well.  

    Please keep in mind that this is a parade celebration for our amazing kids and youth. Youth contestants are more than welcomed to enter in the official cosplay contest that takes place the night of Saturday September 8th at 7pm but they must be registered for that separately and the cosplay for that event must be 70% created by the parent or youth.