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Get tickets at the door!

Online pre registration is closed but you can still get tickets at the door for both Early Bird admission and General admission.

Ticket sales will be at the Pasadena Convention Box Office located in the civic center


Show hours 9am -5pm

Early Bird gets in at 9am general admission starts at 10am

How much

9 am Early Bird $15.00

10 am General Admission $10.00

Kids are Free 12 and below

Tickets available at Convention Box Office day of the event

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Guests Layout at the event

Guests Layout at the event

*Note guests are scheduled for the day but may leave early or may not be able to attend at the last moment

C-18 Scott Koblish
C-17 Gustavo Vazquez
C-15 Matt “BATT” Banning
C-14 James C Mulligan
C-13 Lonnie
C-12 Mike Kazaleh
C-11 Aidan Casserly
C-10 steve gordon
C-9 Patrick Owsley
FF-2 Neo and Liz
AA-1 Alan Oppenheimer
AA-2 Melendy Britt
AA-3 Alan Oppenheimer
D-1 Micheal Grey
D-2 Rudy Obrero
D-3 Steve Niles
D-4 Gigi Edgley
D-5 Patrick David
D-6 Steve Cardenas
D-7 Thomas Yeates
D-8 Dan godsell
D-9 Herb Jefferson Jr
D-10 Paul Nakauchi
D-11 Josh Petersdorf
D-12 Feodor Chin
D-13 Fuzzy
D-14 Kellen Goff
D-15 Julie Dolan
D-16 Kevin Thompson
D-17 Nick Palma
D-18 Stephen Costantino
D-19 Suzie Plakson
D-20 Barbara kesel
D-21 Ann Robinson

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Special Guest Bruce Boxleitner


As one of Hollywood’s leading men, Bruce Boxleitner has starred in a major motion picture franchise, numerous feature films, several popular television series, produced a major network film and TV series, performed on Broadway, and authored two science fiction novels. Boxleitner’s big break occurred when he was cast opposite James Arness in the pilot for the epic TV series “How the West Was Won.” He went on to star in the CBS series “Bring ’em Back Alive.” In 1982, Boxleitner was cast as the title role in Disney’s cult film “TRON” which garnered him science fiction fans worldwide. However, it was in Boxleitner’s four-year run for CBS’s“Scarecrow and Mrs. King,” starring opposite Kate Jackson, which endeared him to fans worldwide and made him a household name. In 1994, Boxleitner joined the cast of the popular TV series “Babylon 5,” which ran five seasons. In 2010, he reprised the roles of Alan Bradley and TRON in Disney’s “TRON: Legacy” and two years later, lent his voice to TRON in Disney’s animated “TRON: Uprising” series on Disney XD.
In 2013, Boxleitner co-starred with Andie MacDowell and Dylan Neal for three seasons in
Hallmark Channel’s #1 rated cable program and first-ever prime-time series, ‘Debbie
Macomber’s Cedar Cove’ to rave reviews and an average of 2 million viewers.
A skilled horseman, Boxleitner has utilized his talents in numerous western TV series and films including Kenny Rogers’ television movie franchise “The Gambler,” “Gunsmoke V: One Man’s Justice,” CBS’ remake of “Red River,” “Wyatt Earp: Return to Tombstone,” and “Down the Long Hills,” based on legendary western author Louis L’Amour’s novel of the same name.
Boxleitner was inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City in April 2012 honoring him for his illustrious career in western films. He is a two-time recipient of the Wrangler Award.
Bruce Boxleitner resides in Los Angeles with his wife, publicist Verena King, and has three sons and a granddaughter: Sam, Lee, Michael and Lulabelle.

Appearance courtesy of Galactic Productions

Appearance subject to cancellation for filming at any time

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