How to Meet Your Favorite Celebrities and Get Autographs and Photos

by | Feb 1, 2018

One of the most fun and exciting things to do at Denver Pop Culture Con is meet your favorite celebrities from film, TV, comics, gaming, and from streaming channels like YouTube!

If you’re new to the con, it might be unclear exactly how meeting celebrities works, so in this post we’ll explain how to do it, including how to get autographs and photos.

One of the biggest things to know is that there are two major types of celebrity guests at Denver Pop Culture Con: Those who appear in Celebrity Summit, and those who appear elsewhere at the con.

Celebrity Summit is a special attraction area on the main convention show floor featuring many of the biggest stars in their respective fields, but there are other areas of interest to fans, like the Reel Heroes Filmmakers area, Artist Valley, The Arena and Author Alley.

In the Frequently Asked Questions section below we explain more about the Summit and how to meet guests appearing both inside and outside of it (Yes, there’s a big difference).

Be sure to visit the Guests page on the Denver Pop Culture Con website to see the most up-to-date list of announced guests. We’ll be adding new guests all the way up to the convention start date, so be sure to check back regularly.

What is Celebrity Summit?

Celebrity Summit, one of the largest Attraction Areas at Denver Pop Culture Con, is where the biggest stars of film, TV and pop culture media appear, sign autographs and participate in photo shoots with attendees. Obtaining autographs and/or taking part in photo shoots with guests in Celebrity Summit requires additional fees.

How Do I Meet Guests Appearing Inside Celebrity Summit?

Meeting stars who are appearing in Celebrity Summit is different than meeting most other guests at the convention in several important ways.

First, you’ll need to find your way to the Celebrity Summit attraction area on the main convention show floor. This year, it’s in Hall A. To make it easier for you to find, we’ll be posting maps on the Celebrity Summit attraction page (on the Denver Pop Culture Con website) and on the Denver Pop Culture Con mobile app several weeks before the convention.

When you arrive at Celebrity Summit, you’ll see that each of the Summit guests is seated at their own table, and they’ll have their name and photo on a big banner right above them. Get into the line for that celebrity and once you get to the front of the line you’ll have the ability to pay for an autograph.

Because the guests in the Summit are among the most famous in their respective industries, tens of thousands of con attendees visit the Celebrity Summit attraction area each day, so if you plan to visit, it’s good to plan ahead.

Are There Lines in Celebrity Summit and What Can We Expect in Terms of a Wait?

The celebrities are incredibly appreciative of their fans, and they want to meet as many as they can and not turn anyone away. So, to accommodate as many people as possible, and to keep it fair and manageable, each guest does have a line.

It’s likely that you will have to wait in a line before you can meet your celebrity and get an autograph, but the good news is the lines tend to move quickly.

Often, your wait time may only be a few minutes, but expect at least a 30-60 minute wait for the biggest celebrities.

One thing that can help is to avoid the times when the Summit is typically the most crowded. Saturday will definitely be the busiest of all days, and the first few hours after the show floor opens each day also tends to be quite busy.

PRO TIP: When you arrive at the con, go to the Summit first, check out your favorite celebrity’s daily appearance schedule that will be posted at the end of their line. If the line is super short, take the opportunity and get in there! If the line is long, ask the line attendant when might be the best time to return, and plan your day accordingly.

Lines are an inevitable part of any con, so to help make your line waiting a little less stressful, we created a blog post here with tips on how to make the best of them.

What About Those Separate “Speed Pass” Lines in Celebrity Summit?

If you’ve never been to the Summit before, you’ll quickly notice that there are actually two lines for each guest, and you may wonder what that’s all about.

The answer is that one of those lines is for standard pass holders, and the other is for Speed Pass holders. If you’re a Speed Pass holder, you’ll be allowed to use the Speed Pass line, which allows you to bypass the standard line and zip to the front in minutes, if not seconds.

If you want to know more about Speed Passes, or if you were lucky enough to get one before they sold out, check out the blog we posted here on how to get the most out of them.

Can I Wait in Line and Just Say Hello to Stars in Celebrity Summit Without Paying for Something?

This answer is bit more vague, and the best answer we can give is, sometimes.

We call this a “meet and greet only.” Celebrity guests are working and if they have massive lines, oftentimes “meet and greet only” is not allowed.

They often don’t tell us ahead of time if they permit this in their lines, so you can ask the line volunteers at that particular space, as they will have the answer to that question.

Do I Have to Pay for Autographs in Celebrity Summit?

Yes. Once you get to the front of the line and approach the celebrity’s table, you’ll have the option to pay for an autograph.

There will usually be a variety of items at the table (such as an array of printed photos) that you can choose the celebrity to sign, but you can also bring your own item, such as a Pop Funko, a DVD, or book.

Yes, autographs for Summit guests do cost money — they are not included in your ticket price. Each celebrity sets the price of their autographs, with most charging in the $40-$60 range, but a few can be $100 or more.

Remember: Only cash is accepted for autographs. When you get to the celebrity’s table, there will be an assistant sitting next to them who will collect your payment.

Autograph prices for each celebrity will be posted on our website under each person’s bio well in advance of the convention, and we’ll let you know when that pricing is available with an announcement or two on our social media channels — so be sure to follow us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter. Prices are subject to change at any time, but don’t often do.

Why Do Autographs in Celebrity Summit Cost Extra?

The reason for this is pretty straightforward. When celebrities appear at conventions, they are not donating their time, they are working — it’s part of their job. By paying for an autograph, you are essentially compensating them for their time. It’s really that simple.

How Do I Schedule and Pay for Professional Photographs Taken with Celebrities?

In addition to getting a signature from your favorite star, you can also pose for a professionally captured, studio-quality photo with them.

In fact, you can have up to four people (including yourself) pose together with the celebrity for the same cost. There will also be a small number of opportunities to have more than one celebrity pose together in your photo.

These professional photography opportunities are managed entirely by our awesome third-party provider EPIC Photo Ops. EPIC specializes in this specialized type of celebrity photography at conventions, and they are one of the best in the business.

Remember: These professional photographs cost an additional fee.

A few weeks before the beginning of the convention, EPIC will post a page on their website with details about which celebrities are available for photos, their pricing, and the ability to schedule a photo session online in advance.

We’ll also provide a link to the EPIC page from the Celebrity Summit attraction page, and announce it on our social media channels when the EPIC page is live.

What Do I Do After I’ve Scheduled a Celebrity Photo Shoot?

About 15 minutes before your photo shoot is scheduled to begin, you should arrive at the EPIC Photo Ops booth that will be in Celebrity Summit. It’s a big setup, so you can’t miss it.

Please avoid arriving more than 30 minutes before, however, because it creates more traffic and slows down the overall process. The lines move quickly, so getting there an hour in advance just means you will have to stand for an extra hour, and not in the line.

After you sign in at the EPIC booth, a representative from EPIC will assist you in entering one of the photo studio booths set up in the Summit at your scheduled time.

After the shoot is complete, you will receive a high-quality print of the photo. You can opt for an extra charge for a downloadable JPG version on the EPIC website.

How Do I Meet Guests Appearing OUTSIDE of Celebrity Summit?

It surprises some first-time con attendees that there are more than 100 film, TV, comics, author, artist, gaming, educational and other celebrity guests that appear outside of the Celebrity Summit attraction area.

These guests appear in the many other attraction areas spread throughout the convention, such as Booktopia, the Reel Heroes Filmaker Series, Artist Valley, Cosplay Canyon, The Arena gaming area, and the PCC Kids’ Lab (to name a few).

The great news is that your opportunity to meet these guests is included in the price of your ticket. During your visit you are free to (politely) walk right up to these guests, talk with them, often take selfies with them, get things autographed by them, and just generally fan-out.

Each of the Attractions pages on the Denver Pop Culture Con website will eventually have a complete list of the guests appearing in that particular area, and each guest’s individual schedule will be posted on their Denver Pop Culture Con bio page. If the Attraction page you’re looking for isn’t live yet, check back about a month before the convention starts.

These pages are there to help you to plan your schedule in advance, so you can meet and spend time with as many of your favorite stars as possible.

101 Comments

  1. abby

    Hi!

    So just checking, to meet and take a photo with a celebrity, one needs to purchase a regular ticket (for example, a Sunday Adult ticket) then wait until a few weeks before the Con and purchase a photo ticket through the EPIC website.

    Do I understand that correctly? This is my first time going to con and I want to make sure I do it right!

    Thanks so much!!

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    • Tara

      Abby, yes that’s correct! You’ll need a regular Denver Pop Culture Con ticket, and then if you’re interested in a photo op, you may prepurchase those when they go on sale, about a month before con. You can also purchase them on site.

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      • angela

        If taking the picture with my own camera do I still have to pay the same price?

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        • Tara

          Angela, cameras are not allowed in Celebrity Summit. Some celebrities will allow for table selfies, but you’ll need to ask their line manager on the day you attend.

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    • Greyson

      I’m assuming the printed photos on the tables you can choose to have signed will cost money? Any estimate for how much per print? Thank you in advance!!

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      • Tara

        Greyson, all I can say is it depends. Some guests charge an additional fee for the 8×10 photos they have available at their booth and some do not. We also don’t know how much they will be charging. Your best bet is to ask their volunteer line manager.

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  2. Caroline

    What is the average wait time for a picture on a Sunday

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    • Tara

      Caroline, it really depends on the celebrity guest. However, lines in general are shorter and faster on Friday and Sunday.

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    • Kelsey

      Depends on the person, but last year for instance, I waited in a (totally worth it and I’m not bashing Denver Pop Culture Con on line times, and I never will) 3 hour line to meet Nathan Fillion at his booth…so plan accordingly.

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  3. Donald

    When you pay for an autograph is it only or one item or can you get multiple things signed?

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    • Tara

      Donald, if it’s one of the celebrity guests in Celebrity Summit (so most of the film/TV guests), each item you bring to have signed is a separate autograph fee. However, the authors and comic guests (almost all), will allow you to bring as many items as you’d like to get signed for free. All we ask is that you’re mindful of both the author/artists time, as well as the folks who are in line behind you.

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  4. Chelsea

    First timer here…. will the guests be there on specific days or all days? Really interested in seeing 2 specific comic artists but not sure what day they will be there. I am probably only buying a 1 day ticket vs 3 day so I just want to purchase the right one.

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    • Tara

      Chelsea, first of all, welcome! Most of the comic artist guests are at the con all 3 days. Only in very specific circumstances (which will include with the announcement) do they only come certain days.

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  5. Jesse

    Can you pay for an autograph, and then take a non professional picture (camera or phone) with celebrity without additional payment?

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    • Tara

      Jesse, this is up to the guest. Since most do not allow this, we have a general rule of no photography in Celebrity Summit. However, feel free to ask this question to the volunteer line manager on site at their booth to find out if that guest allows it or not.

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  6. Jessica Willard

    what time should I arrive on Friday morning to see an author I want to see? What time does the con start or the doors open? I have never been and could not find that information, sorry if I missed it.

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    • Tara

      Jessica, doors open at 10 a.m. all 3 days of the convention. Author guests will have specific signing times that will be posted in Author Alley each day of the show. So, your best bet is to come when doors open, check the times, and then come back for their signing.

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  7. Estphan Rodriguez

    Do u have to pay for each Signing how many are u allowed to get signed

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    • Tara

      Estphan, each item that you’d like to get signed by a guest in Celebrity Summit is a separate fee. Most of our comics guests and authors will sign as many items as you’d like (within reason) for free.

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  8. Cris

    If I purchased a photo op and wanted an actress to sign one of my personal items, would that be allowed or would I really need to wait in line as well?

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    • Tara

      Cris, you would need to purchase an autograph to have a personal item signed. Celebrities do not sign items during photo ops.

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  9. Natalle

    What is the size limit for a personal item to be autographed? For example I’d like for a guest to sign my skateboard (I’ll take off the wheels and such for that) Is that allowed or would it have to be something smaller?

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    • Tara

      Natalle, there is no size limit for the personal items. All we ask is that you are considerate of those around you. And of course, a guest always has the right to say no to a personal object. Regarding a skateboard, no wooden objects of any shape are allowed into the con.

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  10. Priscilla Sawicki

    When will the link to buy the photo ops go up? How far in advance will we know which celebrities are there on what days?

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    • Tara

      Priscilla, photo op presale will be available about a month before con. And all of the days appearing are available on their bio pages on our website under Guests.

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  11. Michelle

    Can you pay for just a photo op, or do you have to pay for an autograph as well?

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    • Tara

      Michelle, you can definitely just purchase a photo op! They are separate items with separate fees.

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  12. Jazzmyn

    Where can I find the event guide that shows where all the panels are?

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    • Tara

      Hello! The schedule of panels and programs will be available about 2 weeks before the con.

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  13. Mariah

    For guests like Matt Smith, is there an option to pre-purchase photo ops and autographs?

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    • Tara

      Mariah, you can pre-purchase photo ops, but not autographs. Autographs are on site only, cash only. Photo op presale will be available about a month before con.

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  14. Michelle

    So how much is a photo ticket? And can I take a photo with the whole cast?

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    • Tara

      Michelle, it depends on who you’d like to see. Each celebrity (film/TV) guest has those prices listed on their bio page under “Guests” on our website. All guests will do individual photo ops, and the team up photo ops will be available to see about a month before con.

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  15. Rainer

    I’ve noticed that there a few guests without a price for signatures, and sometimes, nor for photo ops either. Is there a way to confirm that this is the case for specific guests?

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    • Tara

      In some cases, we haven’t received the autograph or photo op pricing for a guest, which is why it isn’t listed.

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  16. Emma

    Hello is it okay to bring fan art for the cast or will they not have anywhere to keep it? Thanks!

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    • Tara

      Emma, typically we suggest that you do no bring fan art or gifts. Many do not accept them, and even if they do, they do not have a place to keep them in the Summit.

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      • Emma

        Okay thank you!

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  17. Sharon Carter

    For the photo op, I would like to get a “family” photo with Ray Park. It would be myself, 2 daughters and 2 son in laws. I understand that the limit is 4 persons. But would you be willing to make an exception and allow 1 more? Would you charge a companion fee for that?

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    • Tara

      Sharon, yes the limit is 4 people. So if you have more than that, you will need to purchase an additional photo op.

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  18. Abby

    Hello! I have a question in regards to meeting a Con guest without paying. I read the passage describing this, but just to clarify, if I want to find out if a certain Con guest offers free meet and greets (without photos and autographs), I have to ask the person managing the line, and cannot find out before hand? Thank you for your time!

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    • Tara

      Abby, you’ll need to ask the line manager on site. Each guest is different in terms of what they’ll allow regarding this, and often we don’t know until they show up.

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  19. Anna

    Hi! Is there any information on how much the prints you can have signed cost? Does it vary per table? Thank you for your time !

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    • Tara

      Anna, it definitely varies by artist and by table. You will just need to visit the folks your interested in to check their prices.

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  20. Olivia

    I’m kinda confused…so, can we pay on site to have a photo taken with our own cameras or phones, or do we have to do this separate and buy a professional photo?

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    • Olivia

      For example, I’d like to get a photo with Tara Strong. Can I hand my money over and get a picture with her there with my own phone, or do I absolutely have to do the photo thing entirely separate with the photo company? If that’s the case, can you kinda walk me through how to do that? I’m still not entirely understanding this whole photo presale and schedule shoot thing.

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      • Tara

        You’ll likely need to pay for a professional photo op through Epic Photo Ops. The presale for those will begin in just a few weeks. If they don’t sell out beforehand, you can also purchase them onsite in Celebrity Summit from the Epic Photo Ops booth. Like I mentioned in my previous reply, Tara may allow for table selfies — you’ll just need to ask her line attendant first.

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    • Tara

      Hi, Olivia. Most celebrities in Celebrity Summit will only do photos through the official professional photo service we contract, which is Epic Photo Ops. However, some will allow for table selfies, and they may be free or they may charge you at their table. Your best bet is to ask the line attendant on the day of the show what that particular guest allows and what they don’t.

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  21. Rachael

    I’m wondering about Speed Passes and Kids. If we have a speed pass and our child has a child’s ticket, Can the child stand in the speed pass line with us or do they need a speed pass as well? (She’s 9.)

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    • Tara

      Rachael, each Speed Pass holder is allowed to have one child with them in line as long as they have a child badge. So you’re good to go!

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  22. Nate Faust

    I have a question. I bought a ticket for Saturday of the event and my receipt of purchase also says Saturday. However, when I downloaded my ticket on flash seats, it says my ticket is for Friday. I contacted Flash Seats, and they said to contact Denver Pop Culture Con. I contacted the email on the main website, but have not heard back. What should I do?

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  23. Bella

    Hi! I was wondering when I get to the autograph line, will my dad still be able to stand in line with me even though he’s not purchasing an autograph? Thanks

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    • Tara

      Bella, yes he can 🙂

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  24. Raye Cufley

    I purchased an autograph from Frank Miller. Where do I get my ticket or proof of that?

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    • Tara

      Raye, you should have received an email with that information.

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  25. Dan

    Where can I purshase a photo op?

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    • Tara

      Dan, photo ops will be available for purchase starting May 23rd at 10 a.m. MT.

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  26. Abigail

    Does a regular one day comic con pass gain you access to the Celebrity Summit to just walk around and see the different celebrities as they autograph and pose for pictures? Or do you have to purchase a photo op or autograph in order to even go into the Celebrity Summit?

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    • Tara

      Abigail, you do not have to purchase a photo op or autograph to enter Celebrity Summit.

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  27. Gene Yen

    I am unable to attend in person. Is there a way to get the celebrity autograph via consignment?

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    • Tara

      Gene, no there is not. Your best bet is to find a really good friend and have them get it signed for you 🙂

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  28. grace flemming

    hi i’ve bought the three day pass. i was wondering if the celebrities from stranger things(noah schnapp, gaten matrazzo, caleb mclaughlin, david barbour, and sadie sink) will be in the celebrity summit?

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    • Tara

      Grace, yes. All all of the Stranger Things guests will be in Celebrity Summit.

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  29. Salena

    How does getting autographs at Author Alley work? Will they have books there to purchase and sign? Can you bring your own? Same question for Comic Guests. Thank you!

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    • Tara

      Salena, with the exception of Jim Davis, you may either purchase a book at the Tattered Cover booth or you may bring in your own copy to get signed. And those autographs are free! For the most part, the same rules apply for comic guests. Some do ask that you purchase art or comics at their booth before they’ll sign, but for the most part you may bring in your own and have them signed for no additional fee. All we ask is that you are respectful of other attendees, and you don’t bring a whole suitcase full 🙂

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  30. judith

    How can we tell if a guest will be at the show for all three days, or if they’ll only be available one or two of them?

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    • Tara

      Judith, check out the person’s bio page under Guests on our website. It lists their days appearing, autograph and photo op prices.

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  31. Elizabeth

    When the photo op of a particular guest states that it is ‘sold out’ – is there any possibility of more slots being available to purchase at the event and not on line?

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    • Tara

      Elizabeth, it’s possible. And I’m sorry I can’t give you a better answer!

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  32. Gina

    Is 30 minutes between scheduled photo ops enough time for both? We want one schedule sunday at 1:20 and the other at 2 pm. Thank you!

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  33. Arianna Mcilwain

    How long are the lines to get into comic con? I have a scheduled photo session I just want to make sure I make it on time

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    • Tara

      Arianna, it really depends on the day and time. Saturday is our busiest day by far, especially first thing in the morning. I would give myself at least an hour and a half to two hours before my first scheduled event, just to be safe. Here’s a blog post that talks more about lines and how to avoid them: https://denverpopculturecon.com/blog/are-there-lines-and-how-do-i-avoid-them/

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  34. Jen

    Can I get an autograph during my photo up? If so, is there an extra charge?

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    • Tara

      Jen, you may not get an autograph during your photo op. Those are separate fees and take place at separate times.

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  35. Aurora

    For the photo op is it 250 per person, or can my boyfriend and I take a picture with the guests with paying only once?

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    • Tara

      Aurora, you may have up to 4 people in a photo op for one photo op price.

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  36. Murron

    I just wanna make sure i have this right, if me and my mom want to take the same picture with the same person, would we pay the $100 for the person for the both of us? Or would we have to pay the amount doubled since there’s two of us.

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    • Tara

      Murron, you may have up to 4 people in a photo op for one photo op price. So, you and your mom could be in the same photo for one $100 fee.

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  37. Bryan

    First Timer here. This might be a ridiculous question but if you want a photo op and a autograph do you get them at the same time. I preordered a Photo Op with John Barrowman do you get the autograph right there or do you have to wait until the photo ops or done and get in line when they go back to their booth. Basically are Photo Ops and Autograph sessions 2 separate things

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    • Tara

      Bryan, not ridiculous at all! Photo ops and autographs are two separate fees and take place at separate times. Guests will not do autographs during a photo op. However, if you do your photo op first, you can take the printed photo to their booth to get autographed if you pay the autograph fee as well. Let us know if you have any more questions!

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  38. Vickie Bechtel

    This is my first comic con. My question is do you have to purchase tickets in advance? Or can you get them at the door? Also can I wear a shirt for everyone to sign?

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    • Tara

      Vickie, we highly suggest purchasing tickets in advance. We don’t hold any at the door, so once a ticket category sells out, it sells out. Plus, prices go up at the door. Regarding the shirt, we’d suggest you don’t wear it if you want people to sign it. Instead, you can bring it up to their booth to have them sign.

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  39. Vickie Bechtel

    Another question. When is the next comic con?

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    • Tara

      Vickie, we’ll have an announcement during and directly after this year’s con!

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  40. Ikumi

    Hi, how could we know the schedule of autograph? And how long to wait in a que approximately.

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    • Tara

      Ikumi, we’ll be posting those on the Denver Pop Culture Con app, but you’ll need to check back frequently because times will be added all the way up until con. You can also find their signing times at the front of their line in Celebrity Summit. Regarding wait times, the best answer I can give you is it depends. For some of the bigger names on Saturday, it could be as long as few hours. But on average I’d say 30 minutes to an hour.

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  41. Kat

    Hi, this will be my friend and I’s first time meeting a guest. Me and her want it to be a good experience, her concern is that she does not want to spend a lot of time in a line. The question we want to be answered is will it be worth the wait? Also can we take photos with our phones? We are first timers, and very new to the con community.

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    • Tara

      Kat, the first thing your friend should understand is that there will be lines. If you’re planning to attend Saturday, our busiest day, the lines will be longer. You can read more about lines and how to avoid them here: https://denverpopculturecon.com/blog/are-there-lines-and-how-do-i-avoid-them/

      Regarding photos with your phone, the only answer I can give is it depends. Some guests allow for table selfies, and others do not, and we often don’t know that information before they arrive. Your best bet is to ask that question to the volunteer line attendant at their booth in Celebrity Summit.

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  42. Alexandra

    It will be my first time attending comic con and I have a question regarding Q&A panels. Is it alright to film the guests when there is nothing showing on the large screens?

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    • Tara

      Alexandra, there is no filming or photography in the main events panels.

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  43. Nyilah

    Do we need to schedule a time to get autographs with the TV/Movie celebs? Where do we do that? Will they have photos of their own to sign and give to us if we dont have anything for them to sign?

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    • Tara

      Nyilah, autographs are available for purchase on site only, cash only. There’s no signing up for times in advance. Most of them will have photos available to sign at their booths, but you may also bring a personal item if you’d like. Just know that the guest always has first right of refusal on personal items.

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      • Nyilah

        How much do they typically cost for an autograph? Do the sign them after the summit or a certain time during the day? Sorry this is my first Comic Con.

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  44. Dominique

    Are autograph sessions around the same time as the photo ops for each celebrity? Trying to plan if I can get a signature from someone because I have another photo op scheduled for someone else.

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  45. Lysa

    Where do I find the schedule for Q&A panels?

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  46. Chris

    Hi

    How long do Guests generally sign for in a session?

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    • Tara

      Chris, it depends. But usually if they aren’t in a panel or a photo op, they are signing.

      Reply

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