Although Pagan festivals are nothing new to the Twin Cities area, an indoor convention with soft beds, flushing toilets, and central air and heating is. Paganicon, a three day Pagan convention, starts March 25th. There are some deadlines coming up that Con organizers would like the community to know about.
Pre-registration for Paganicon ends March 4th. You can register on-line here. Once this date passes, you will need to register at the door on March 25th at a higher rate. Pre-registration is encouraged as there is a cap on attendance. On;y 250 people can attend this first Paganicon.
If you are planning on staying at the host hotel and wish to take advantage of the special room block rate, you need to make your reservations by March 4th. More information on hotel reservations can be found here.
The last deadline that Paganicon organizers want you to be aware of is the deadline to request advertising in the program book or
to sponsor Paganicon. This deadline is the same date as the other three, March 4th.
Paganicon organizers say they’ve received more programming submissions then they could find slots for, the vendor area is completely reserved, and several great entertainment acts are scheduled. If you would like to look at the interactive schedule you can do so here.
Where: Doubletree Park Place in St. Louis Park, MN
When: March 25-27