Lubbock-Con, Lubbock's original and local comic convention, is returning in-person on February 25th & 26th at the Lubbock Memorial Civic Center (1501 Mac Davis Lane). Lubbock-con has grown massively since its early days, and is always a very fun, very well-attended event.

If you are a vendor or artist of comic or pop culture related merch, Lubbock-Con may be the perfect venue for you. And now, applications are live. A word of advice: if you know you want to vend at a con, apply as soon as you are able. Many of these type of events are first come, first served, and it's not fun being stuck on a waiting list hoping to get in. Luckily, there are rules in place that will keep the distribution of space as fair as possible. From the Lubbock-Con Facebook page:

Only ONE application and only ONE selection per business will be accepted at this time. We want to give as many nerdy and geeky fandom businesses the opportunity to attend Lubbock-Con 2023!
Our last show had over 5,000 attendees and we know everyone is eagerly waiting for the nostalgia that is Lubbock's biggest Pop-Culture Convention. Booths are going quickly, so get yours ASAP and be part of the return of LUBBOCK-CON!
Note: this application is for vendors and artists seeking space in the exhibit hall only. Lubbock-Con has always had space reserved for non-profits, non-sales related booths and other organizations. Those applications will be released later, so stay tuned to Lubbock-Con's Facebook page for announcements if that sounds like you.
So if you're a vendor or an artist and you're ready to apply, head here, and good luck to you. See you at Lubbock-Con 2023!

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