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  • Embassy Suites 2501 Conference Drive Norman, OK, 73069 United States (map)

Join us for the 28th annual SoonerCon convention, the OKC metro’s original longest-running sci-fi, fantasy, anime, gaming, fandom and pop culture convention. The three-day event occurs June 7-9, 2019 at the Embassy Suites in Norman Hotel & Conference Center.

SoonerCon 28’s special guests include:
Kevin J. Anderson, Literary Guest of Honor
Julie Dillon, Artist Guest of Honor
Toni Weisskopf, Writers Workshop Clinician
Selina Rosen, Toastmaster
Nana Visitor, Featured Guest
Austin Tindle, Featured Guest
Sarah Wiedenheft, Featured Guest
Matt Frank, Featured Guest
Rachel Caine, Featured Guest
Dr. Lonnie Johnson, Featured Guest
Larry Nemecek, Featured Guest

There are many things to do at SoonerCon including:
• Panels: Over 100 discussion panels covering a wide range of art, literature, maker, fandom, geek life, and science topics.
• Complete three-day children’s programming track -- kids 12 and under are free with adult membership!
• Costuming/cosplay: Casual cosplay welcome and featured costume contest with major prizes!
• Art Show: One of the largest sci-fi and fantasy themed art shows in the region.
• Art reception (Friday night)
• Live art & charity auction
• Live music and other performances
• Over 7,000 square feet of indoor gaming space -- tabletop and video games
• All-ages dance (Friday night)
• Massive Exhibitor Hall and Artist Alley featuring one of the most unique shopping experiences in Oklahoma.
• Meet artists, authors, and local club representatives.
• Free miniature painting activities, workshops, and contest.
• Numerous charity fundraisers benefiting local charities, including the annual charity auction.

And much, much more!

Check out for the most up-to-date list of guests, events, volunteer opportunities, and other convention information. For questions or media inquiries, please email or call 800.745.0398 or message us on our Facebook page.

SoonerCon runs entirely on volunteer power and is produced by the Future Society of Central Oklahoma, a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to promoting the arts, literature and the sciences through the lens of pop culture.