Dallas gets OctaviAdagio, Broncon says some things too


Nightmare Nights Dallas 2015 Sings Along with Kazumi Evans

Don't mind the skrees from backstage; our batponies are just warming up for our next act: multitalented singer and voice actress Kazumi Evans!

Nightmare Nights Dallas 2015 is proud to announce that Kazumi will be joining us at this year's convention on October 23-25.

Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Kazumi is a rising star in the My Little Pony universe. She started as the singing voices of Rarity and Princess Luna, but recent episodes have seen her expand into the role of voicing several important characters. In episode 100 (“Slice of Life”), she was the voice of Octavia Melody, and in “Amending Fences”, she voiced Moondancer, Twilight's long-lost Canterlot friend. She also voiced Adagio Dazzle in Equestria Girls: Rainbow Rocks.

Outside the Pony world, she's voiced Rogue in Wolverine vs. Sabretooth and Skipper in Barbie and Her Sisters in a Pony Tale. She also holds a Bachelor's Degree in Opera Performance from the Vancouver Academy of Music.

You can follow Kazumi on Twitter at @kazooms27.

We're very excited to bring Kazumi and many of the great talents behind the show and its comics to this year's Nightmare Nights Dallas, and we hope you'll join us for the fun!

Whether you're waking up early on Saturdays to catch your favorite show, or you're first in line for every new comic, or you just can't seem to put down those pony books, Nightmare Nights Dallas 2015 has something for you to enjoy. We're the premier My Little Pony convention in north Texas, and we invite you to come on down and see us on the weekend of October 23-25. Make new friends and reunite with old ones, check out some awesome pony swag, and meet the great people who make this show and fandom one we all love.

Register now for NMND 2015 at nightmarenights.net! Use discount code HN10 at checkout to save 10% on your registration.


(BALTIMORE)—BronyCon begins in just a week this upcoming Aug. 7-9 at the Baltimore Convention Center, and there were many updates on the site such as schedule, events and policies in the previous weeks, so read below to get yourself prepared for the convention this year.

First, the schedule is live on the website now. There are two different ways that you can look at it: a grid view and an agenda view. Other important information such as registration and marketplace hours can be seen on the grid view. There is additionally more information for events such as BronyPalooza, Open Mic, Cosplay Contest and more under the Events tab on bronycon.org, so be sure to check it out!

We have also updated and added policies for the convention to further improve your experience at the convention. Check the policy page out for all of our policies ahead of con, including use of Color Communication badges, which will be provided to all attendees at registration this year.

Friday, July 31, is the last day to pre-register for a badge, so don’t wait! You will save $10 off of the door price and be able to pick your badge up on Thursday. If you’re arriving early, be sure to take a look at some of the Thursday events happening around the city in celebration of BronyCon.

To register for this event, visit BronyCon’s registration page before the end of day. Pre-registration will close in under a month and badges cost more at the door, so don’t wait! Registration for BronyCon 2015 will be located in the Swing Space hall of the Baltimore Convention Center, space we didn’t use last year. The main entrance to Swing Space is the Pratt St. Lobby. Pre-registered attendees may pick up badges on Thursday. Registered attendees may purchase a 3-Day badge for $80 at the door during convention hours starting Friday. Also make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+ to be the first to hear our latest announcements.
About BronyCon:  Based in Baltimore, Md., BronyCon is the premiere convention for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fans of all ages. Last year’s event drew more than 9,600 attendees from all seven continents. This year’s event, scheduled for Aug. 7-9, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center, is expected to trump that figure. The convention features special guests, diverse programming and a multi-night music festival. For more information, check out bronycon.org.

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