Adult Costume Contest
Saturday January 14th 7:00pm Cosplay Contest Starts
Adult Cosplay Contest
Panel Room A
Hosted by Kristen Kiltastic Cosplay
*Costume must be at least partially hand made. No fully store bought costumes.
*Costume Contestants must be at least 15 years old. (A youth contest is separate)
*Must be present at 7pm and stay through voting to win.
Judging will be done by Cosplay Experts
ADULT GROUP ENTRY https://forms.gle/8QPsSRHwhGjXt2BdA
KIDS SINGLE ENTRY https://forms.gle/bsAt1pNW4bTPZRXHA
KIDS GROUP ENTRY https://forms.gle/BYf2YT5Cs3yTebFd9
Location and row call times will be announced.
Adult single entry will be judged off of CREATIVITY, DIFFICULTY, QUALITY, AND SHOWMANSHIP.
Adult group entry will be judged based off the above in addition too COHESIVENESS AND PREPARATION.
Make sure everything on the costume is attached properly and no parts are flying off during their time on stage.
2nd and $150.00
3rd place $100.00
Kids Costume Contest
15 and under can enter to win
Judged on Quality, Originality, and Awesomeness
Best Costume $50 cash
Runner Up $25 cash
HOURLY COSPLAY FLOOR PRIZE
Every Hour on the hour a select group of dealers, staff, and celebrity guests will be choosing from the cosplayers walking the floor Saturday. Starting at 11:00 we will chose the first winner. Then every hour we will choose another cosplayer to receive the reward.
Rewards based on donations from vendors
Plus dealers will be contributing to the prizes.
You will want to walk the dealer floors, the celebrity hall, and the lobby area to be seen by the most people. Photos will be taken. If we can’t find you, we will post you. You won’t have to be immediately available to win.
Gnatty is a published Colorado based cosplayer and con worker. She’s a jack of all trades, knowing a little bit of everything in the cosplay realm, from sewing to 3d modeling; the laser cutter is her favorite tool. Gnatty grew up internationally, falling in love with creative arts at a young age. She has been working cons for about 8 years, doing everything from celebrity wrangling to (most often) running a vendor booth. It wasn’t until working a convention in Saudi Arabia in 2019 that she was I inspired to start cosplaying herself.