Who wants to go to a great convention that has voice acting lessons, a meetup with several voice actors before the convention even starts, and a guide of everything that will be happening at the convention several weeks ahead of time? If you said yes to all of the above, Fiesta Equestria is your vacation destination! Head below the break to see everything they’ve got to announce.
A truly wondrous day to celebrate! After months of not hearing from them, the staff of Legends of Equestria have announced that they will be at two of our conventions this year to discuss their game. Different members of the staff will be attending different conventions; the list can be found below the break. Isn’t this exciting? I’ve never been so excited! Well, except for that one time that I used this joke before, but I mean really, who can top that?
When in Rome, you do as the Romans do. When in Houston, you go to Fiesta Equestria!
This time around, the convention is announcing Michelle Creber, singing voice for Squeaky Belle and Apple Bloom. While attending, Creber will also be opening with the rest of her band, Hey Ocean!, on Friday night for the convention’s concert. Head past the break for the full announcement from the convention.
Fiesta Equestria! has a pretty awesome deal going down. Ever wanted to open a convention? How about win an awesome crown? Maybe a guaranteed front-row seat to everything? Even better: It’s all in the name of charity! Head below the break to find out more.
The staff hosting Fiesta Equestria! this year have released a few things of importance that should be taken into account if you’re planning on attending the convention this year. What things, you ask? Well, there’s a certain popular T-shirt brand who will be attending, a successful funding campaign, a longer chance to submit art, and an ever-decreasing window of opportunity for dealer’s rooms! Head below the break to check out the full press release.
The brony community is starting to rev up in a way that’s not even seen during show season, for now it’s… CON SEASON! Okay, okay, most of you already knew that, if not from 99% of the news posted here for the past month. Anyway, having amazing opportunities to show off their talents and meet new friends, the creative bronies are leaving their dens for the world outside around now, eager to let their energies loose, and one new animation competition may allow them to do so! More information and their announcement video after the break.
Fiesta Equestria! will welcome two new voice actors to its already formidable stable of special guests this June, as previously reported a few days ago. Andrea Libman and Trevor Devall make the trek to Texas in a few months.
The con has also launched a Kickstarter to help fund the performances of Michelle Creber and One More Girl at its Friday night concert, and Assertive Fluttershy, Silva Hound, IBeABronyRapper and Skyline have been added to the Pon3techtronica lineup.
All information the fine folks over there want you to know is after the break.
It would seem that the guest list on Fiesta Equestria! has gotten even longer. They’ve announced two more voice actors who will be attending! These two are quite the popular duo, so we can look forward to seeing them at the con. More info on who exactly these two are after the break!
As the voices of Spitfire, Gilda and Flim, respectively, Kelly Metzger, Maryke Hendrikse and Sam Vincent have gained acclaim within the brony community despite having minimal screen time. But as with virtually all voice actors involved with “MLP: FIM,” they have a place in the pony con scene, particularly at this summer’s Fiesta Equestria!.
Metzger, Hendrikse and Vincent will make the trek to Houston, Texas this June for the convention, which has already announced Michael Daingerfield, Peter New and Hey Ocean! among its many guests.
Joining the voice actors are Saberspark and Paleo of the popular Brony Breakdown, as well as expert pony jeweler ChaoticBrony.
Find more information after the break or check out www.fiestaequestria.com.
It’s official — pony convention season is upon us. Over 30 different conventions of varying sizes and programming are ready to keep the scene going strong with panels, autograph signings, hotel debauchery and perhaps some really bad pony-themed karaoke, if you’re lucky.
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