About Baltimore Comic-Con
For three entire days, Baltimore Comic-Con keeps one factor in mind. And that’s the geeks that make this culture possible!
And if you don’t believe us, just check out the guest list. In an effort to make this event all about the arts, the organizers have put together an amazing number of names. First, Frank Miller, the legend behind the Dark Knight Returns and Sin City, will be attending. And that’s just the start. There’s also Neal Adams, Reilly Brown, Chris Campana, Mark Evanier, and so many more. It’s almost impossible to name them all!
Of course, this con wouldn’t be complete without some of the other offerings. When you arrive, you’ll also be able to enjoy panels, workshops, and presentations. At the same time, you’ll get to meet tons of fellow fans who love what you love. And don’t forget the cosplay! This event brings it out in full force. And in addition to the vendors, there’s also a Kids Love Comics Pavilion, so you can bring the next generation of comic fans!
Baltimore Comic-Con Hours
Friday: 1pm to 7pm
Saturday: 10am to 7pm
Sunday: 10am to 5pm
Where is Baltimore Comic-Con?
What will be happening at Baltimore Comic-Con?
Talk with an unending list of comic creators, including legendary Frank Miller, enter the costume contest to see if you can win, check out the Ringo Awards, attend the many panels and workshops, enjoy a presentation or two, and celebrate a comic-centered event that’s worth attending!
How can you get tickets to Baltimore Comic-Con?
You can buy Baltimore Comic-Con passes directly from their website! Just click the button below.
- Friday: $25
- Saturday: $35
- Sunday: $30
- 3 Day: $65
- VIP Package: $150
How should you get to Baltimore Comic-Con and where should you stay?
Baltimore has both the Baltimore Light Rail and the Baltimore Metro Subway with many routes heading toward the convention center; however, the Camden Yards light rail station is a short walk from the center in addition to a dedicated stop with a block of the event.
The MARC Commuter Rail and the Maryland Transit Administration operate bus and rail service throughout the city, as well as Baltimore being a major destination for Amtrak. If you’re taking a private car, I-95 via I-395, US 147, AND I-83 all provide direct routes to the convention center, which is located at the corner of W Pratt St and S Howard St.
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