Avenue du Port 86c/Havenlaan 86c 1000 BRUSSELS – Info
Comic Con Brussels is open on Saturday from 10 am to 7 pm, and on Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm.
But with the Geek Deluxe Pass(Get them here fast! http://www.comicconbrussels.com/tickets/) you can get in one hour early on Saturday. There is no early entrance on Sunday even with a Geek Deluxe Pass.
There will be three entrances : Geek Deluxe(so you can go in early and get all the bargains!), No Ticket Line(if you didn’t buy a ticket online), Ticket Line(If you already have your online printed ticket).
Of course! Ask a steward at the entrance/exit for a bracelet when going outside! Geek Deluxe Pass Holders get a bracelet for 2 days when entering the con.
Yes! There is a discount of 3 euros at the door for cosplayers. You must be in cosplay of course!
Guns are prohibited. Forbidden Weapons are prohibited, please check Belgian law for this.
Carrying prohibited weapons, knives or any other object that, in our judgement, could be used to harm others is, of course, STRICTLY forbidden at all times.If any public authority or representative of Comic con Brussels have any requests about the weapons you have to comply immediately. People breaching these rules will be removed from Comic Con Brussels. Weapons may be impounded at our own discretion at any and all times.
No. Any weapons ressembling real weapons may be refused at the entry.
You need a ticket a day. Each dayticket is valid for the mentioned day. Unless of course you have the awesome epic Geek Deluxe Pass! Then you’re in for two days!
Of course, the Geek Deluxe Pass is the way to go!
Check your Spam Folder. If the ticket is not in there, please visit https://company.ticketscript.com/be/support/ticket-koper/ first.
Nope. But you are free to resell it if you really want to miss out on this epic weekend!
Probably yes, but remember that tickets are limited but we will announce this on our website when they are running out.
Yes. Children until the age of 10 get in free if accompanied by an adult with a ticket. Be sure to take their ID cards/passports with you.
If you’re accompanying a disabled visitor, you don’t need to pay for a ticket. The only condition is that you have a valid medical certificate from a doctor that says assistance is needed.
With a Geek Deluxe Pass you get an exclusive early entrance(09.00 AM instead of 10.00 AM) on Saturday 19th March 2016, a Two Day Access Bracelet, 10 drink tickets(good for 5 drinks). And there is a separate queue for the Geek Deluxe passholders! There is no early entrance on Sunday.
You can buy the Geek Deluxe pass on our website : http://www.comicconbrussels.com/tickets
No, so that means you can buy tickets for all your friends on your name!
The Standard Ticket is as the word says a ticket at the Standard price. The Cosplay Ticket is a ticket at a reduced price for people who come in Cosplay(disguised) to Comic Con Brussels!
To qualify for the reduced rate you should be cosplayed when entering for at least 70%! Watch out : we have a CosplayMeter3000™, if it doesn’t have a reading of at least 70% of cosplay the ticket is not valid! A carnival mask won’t be sufficient!
No. Electronic cigarettes are forbidden as well. There will be places to smoke outside.
No. Only guide dogs are admitted(with documents and the appropriate equipment).
Yes. Please note that our guests will request a fee for an autograph.
There is a cloakroom available where you can leave your jacket.
At Comic Con, we’re all about respect. Don’t show respect? 1 strike you’re out, we will ask you to leave the Tour and Taxis premises immediately and a picture will be taken to put on our banlist. Always ask for consent when filming or taking pictures of Cosplayers.
Of course you can! Unless you can store all those marvelous memories in your brain only!
There’s a huge parking lot next to the venue where you can park for 4,5 Euro per day.
Yes. The Red Cross will be present near the FanDome.(check your maps)
There are no ATM’s at Comic Con Brussels, but you can pay by card for your entrance tickets. Be sure to bring cash to buy the goods! There are plenty ATM’s in Brussels North station.
In the main hall, follow the signs!
We will carry you to the first aid station and if serious we will call in an ambulance, of course.
It’s a place where cartoonists, comic artists, writers,… will be signing, drawing, dancing (this last one might actually not be true)