A: Boligmappa Arena Larvik
A: Friday 4th to Sunday 6th of October 2019
Our opening times are:
Tickets are available as of the 1st of June at 15:00, just click here or on the Tickets button in the navigation header.
We have three categories of tickets. All prices include taxes.
A: We sell a maximum of 1500 tickets.
A: If there are still free tickets on the day you can buy tickets at the door. We do however recommend buying your ticket online before the event, to be sure to have a spot if we get sold out, and to avoid unnecessary queuing.
It will be possible to purchase accommodations passes for our dormitory in Framhallen, which lies in immediate vicinity of the convention itself. Framhallen has showers and wardrobes which will be made available to those who purchase accommodation passes. To make things easier for all our guests we've compiled a short list of essentials to bring when using our dormitory.
Accommodation pass prices will be announced soon.
What to bring:
Booking: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone +47 33 19 69 00
Prices are per person per night and include breakfast buffet and free WIFI.
Room with one bed: 1050 NOK
Room with two beds: 850 NOK
Room with three beds: 700 NOK
A: At an event like Banzaicon it’s important to eat and drink to keep one's energy up. With our busy schedule it’s easy to forget, but thankfully our cafe has a tempting selection of food, drinks and snacks to keep you both happy and energized without spending too much money.
A: We have a crewed coat room/luggage storage area available, however Banzaicon and Rounin Events are not responsible for any lost property.
If you want to cosplay at Banzaicon, but don’t want to travel in your costume, we have wardrobes available with lots of space, privacy and (limited) mirrors. There are men’s, women’s and gender neutral wardrobes. Do NOT use any bathrooms, and especially NOT the handicap toilet to change.
A: Or dedicated guards and medic-crew will be on duty during the whole convention to make sure everyone is safe and secure, and to help out if anything should happen. You can approach them at any time should you have a problem or concern.
A: Banzaicon is a 100% alcohol and drug free event. Drinking at the con is not allowed, nor is any drug or other illegal substance. You are also not allowed to return to the con if you have been drinking other places as long as you are still under the influence.
These rules are to ensure that everyone can feel safe while attending Banzaicon. Banzaicon encourages all participants to not carry anything that can be confused with a weapon visibly outside the event. This includes: swords, bows, club/bats, firearms etc. This is to ensure the general public will not be alarmed. If you need to transport such an item to the con we suggest packig it in a bag or wrapping it in a blanket or cloth of some sort.
Additionally Banzaicon prohibits certain props at the con. There will be an inspection at the main entrance.
The following are not allowed at Banzaicon. Weapons/props that are:
Skateboards, roller-skates and other similar items might be brought and used as handheld props, but should not be used for their intended purpose inside the con.
Any prop matching these descriptions or that the security team otherwise deems a hazard must be stored at the reception and will be returned when you leave the event. Temporary exceptions might be granted to those using the prop during the cosplay contests (except for real firearms). Contact Banzaicon security for more information regarding this.
All pops should always be handled with responsibility and care. Failure to comply with this may result in the prop being confiscated or, in serious cases, with expulsion from the con.
A: Art stand ticket prices will be released soon.
A: Art stand tickets are typically released two weeks after the regular ticket sale begins. In 2019 this means on the 14th of June at 15:00.
A: The art stand ticket includes entrance to the convention for one person for the entire weekend, as well as a space in our art stand dealers area. We supply chairs and one table. If you wish to bring an assistant they must have a an ordinary ticket, however you can bring them (maximum two people) with you in before our regular opening hours in order to help you set up the stand.
A: Head to our ticket site and purchase an art stand ticket.
A: We’re at the convention from 08:00 in the morning on both Thursday and Friday, so any time after this should be fine. Make sure you report to the info desk for your wristband.
A: Yes, but probably only one outlet.
A: We’re working on that.
A: A designated crew member will show you to your table(s) when you arrive. You can find them by asking in the info desk.
A: No, we do not have the resources to offer locked storage areas for stands.
A: No, we do not have the resources to designate a crew member to this task.
A: You can park in the parking area in front of the Thor Heyerdahl building. Parking is free from Friday at 17:00 until Monday at 07:00.
A: Send an email to email@example.com.
A: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: We charge 425 NOK per square meter.
A: Partially. This is discussed on a case-by-case basis.
A: We can provide tables and chairs, but this should be discussed on a case-by-case basis to avoid any surprises.
A: Banzaicon is a festival for people with a passion for popular culture, be it film and tv, gaming, anime and manga, comics, anime and manga, fantasy and sci-fi, cosplay, board games, role-playing games or other nerdy hobbies and interests. You will find all kinds of activities here, from fun games and quizzes to interesting panels and workshops to exciting contests and stag shows. Weather you’re a proud full time geek or just letting your inner nerd come out to play for a bit you’ll find something fun to do at Banzaicon along with other awesome people.
A: There is no age-limit at Banzaicon, and although the majrity of our attendees are between 13 and 30 years of age we always have both younger children and more adult visitors having a blast at Banzaicon. We do recommend that children aged 12 or younger bring one of their adults.
A: A lot of our attendees are dressed up in cosplay, costumes often based on fictional characters. If you want the full Banzaicon experience we very much recommend you try it out yourself, but it is absolutely not mandatory. Many of our visitors attend in regular clothes as well, so no matter what you choose you won’t be the only one.
A: A form will be made available soon.
A: Both our venue and our schedule fill up rapidly, so we cannot make any guarantees. However as long as we are able we love contributions from partners and collaborators. Individuals or small groups who wish to make content for stage shows should keep an eye on the “activities” section of our webpage where information on our open stage and other stage events will be posted. Larger groups, organizations, companies and contributions not related to stage shows can email us at: email@example.com