- What is Another Anime Convention?
- What can I look forward to at AAC?
- What time does it start and end?
- How can I volunteer for Another Anime Convention?
- Where is AAC 2012 located?
- What does AAC have for parking?
- How do I register for AAC 2012?
- Is there a discount for kids?
- Is there a group discount?
- Am I old enough to get in with out my parents?
- What happens after I pre-register?
- How do I register for a press pass?
- How can I run a panel?
- How do I get a table in artist alley?
- How do I sign up for the masquerade?
- How do I advertise in the program guide?
- Why does AAC cost so much?
- Are there events that I need to pay to attend?
- What is a Yomise?
What is Another Anime Convention?
Another Anime Convention is run by people who love Japanese culture especially Japanese animation. It is a place for fans to gather in New Hampshire for a three day convention to enjoy events, special guest’s and other media that celebrate aspects of Japanese culture.
What can I look forward to at AAC?
Another Anime Convention offers panels, workshop’s, movies, a masquerade (skits and performances to show off costumes) a dance, karaoke, game shows, video games and much more. There will be a vendor room to purchase anime and Japanese merchandise.
What time does it start and end?
Typically Another Anime Convention begins on Friday mid-day and ends late Sunday afternoon. Convention start and end time may change slightly due to convention availability.
How can I volunteer for Another Anime Convention?
Where is AAC 2013 located?
Another Anime Convention 2013 will be located at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester, NH. Please visit our location page for information.
What does AAC have for parking?
The hotel has a large parking garage connected to the Hotel and Convention Center. Please note that this is not free, but they do give discounts for hotel guests.
How do I register for AAC 2013?
Please visit our registration page for all our registration information.
Is there a discount for children?
Yes. Children under 6 are free.
Children 6-12 get $10 off.
Is there a group discount?
Yes. Groups with 10 or more people get 10 percent off the total registration. The online registration system will automatically apply this discount.
Am I old enough to get in with out my parents?
Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
What happens after I pre-register?
Show up at the convention with a photo ID and report to the registration area to pick up your badge. After that you are free to roam the convention site and participate in all our events. Photo ID’s that are valid are government issued IDs, such as a driver license, passport, passport card, non-driver license or military ID. These ID’s can be used for 18+ badges. If your getting an under 18 badge you can use a school ID (College, High school, Middle school) or a report card.
How do I register for a press pass?
Members of the press must send a written request on official letter head representing their paper. We will gladly provide press passes for any official member of the press. Please e-mail Jessica Gavriel at email@example.com.
How can I run a panel?
Send your panel questions with a name to Lisa at firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the official panel form is online, we will announce it on the front page.
How do I get a table in Artist Alley?
Full information about this year’s Artist Alley can be found on the Artist Alley page. If you have questions, please e-mail Carl Grivakis at email@example.com
How do I sign up for the masquerade?
Please visit our masquerade page for all your masquerade information. If you have a question feel free to e-mail Kathy Odom at Kuroki@anotheranimecon.com.
How do I advertise in the program guide?
Please visit our advertising page for advertising opportunities, if you have questions please e-mail Jessica Gavriel at firstname.lastname@example.org
Why does Another Anime Convention cost so much?
Another Anime Convention has an onsite fee of $50 for a three day pass. This price is reduced if you pre-register for the convention and further reduced if you attend our Yomise or any other Another Anime convention sponsored event. While it may seem like a lot, remember the fee goes to the cost of the convention space, accommodating guest’s and paying for equipment and other amenities it takes to run a convention.
Are there events that I need to pay to attend?
Though Another Anime Convention does its best not to charge for panels and workshops there may be times where panelist charge a fee on top of your registration fee. Costs will be posted in the program guide ahead of time. If anyone is charged an extra fee that was not posted please bring it to the attention of the Another Anime Convention staff.