Convention Center - South East Hall

3375 S Swenson St

Las Vegas, NV 89169

November 16th - 17th, 2019

10am-7pm Saturday

10am-6pm Sunday

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If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact us through the General Contact form and we do our best to respond right away. However, please be patient as in some cases it may take up to 7 (seven) business days of processing time for your email submissions.


Has the volunteer schedule been posted?

Yes everyone has been emailed so check you junk folder if you did not get an email. We are working on sending out individual emails to help cut down on emails going into the junk or spam folders. Below is a link to the schedule

GACC Volunteer Schedule 2019

What is Great American Comic Con?

Great American Comic Con brings you the opportunity to meet and interact with top Comic Book Writers, Artists, and Dealers. This year we will have a ton of great guests and vendors, along with cosplay contests and prizes to be won, plus endless amounts of activities, so you do not want to miss this!

When and where is Great American Comic Con 2019? 

Saturday, November 16tth & Sunday, November 17th, 2019 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, South East Hall.

Located at 3375 S Swenson St, Las Vegas, NV 89169

Parking is available at the Platinum and Bronze Lots located off of S. Swenson.

What is the best way to stay in the loop for news and announcements about Great American Comic Con?

 Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, along with updates on the site.

Where do I submit feedback and awesome content to you?

We appreciate all feedback, ideas and suggestions, as well as images, videos, memes, interesting links or other content through the General Contact form. We do our best to respond right away. However, please be patient as in some cases it may take up to 7 business days of processing time for your email submissions.

Are all guests guaranteed to show up?

All guests that we announce have committed to attend the show. As is standard practice at comic con events around the country, they have the right to cancel if there are circumstances that require it. If one of our announced guests cancels their appearance, we will do our best to replace them with a similar and comparable guest.



When will tickets for Great American Comic Con 2019 go on sale?

Tickets prices and packages will be announced June 1st.

Can I buy tickets at the door? 

Yes, you can buy them at the door subject to capacity limits. Tickets purchased at the event do not qualify for the pre-order discounts, perks, or incentives.

If I can’t attend for some reason, can I get a refund for my ticket?

GREAT AMERICAN COMIC CON has a refund policy. Please return to the point of purchase for more information,



Is Great American Comic Con a family friendly event?

Yes! We encourage families to attend together. There is plenty for kids to see and do, along with this year we are excited to announce a lego play area for children (adult supervision required).

Can I bring my stroller?

Yes. Strollers are allowed but please be courteous to fellow attendees.



Where can I park at the convention and how much does it cost?

Las Vegas Convention Center can accommodate over 10,000 cars in multiple paved parking lots (Platinum and Bronze Lots) with ample ADA parking. Parking may require a daily fee.

Can I bring my own camera?

Yes! We highly encourage you to do so, as there will be lots to photograph! However, please be respectful and do not take photographs of any attendee, cosplayer or celebrity guest without their permission.

Can outside books and posters be brought in?


Are backpacks, purses or shoulder bags allowed?

Yes. Keep in mind all bags and backpacks are allowed, but will be subject to a bag check by Great American Comic Con staff and security.

Will there be lockers or a coat check to store my stuff while at the convention?

No. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Will there be internet access at the convention?

There will be free basic wi-fi available at the Las Vegas Convention Center and a premium wi-fi connection available at an additional cost per day. The internet connection will probably be very weak due to the sheer number of people in attendance. Do not plan to rely on your smart phone’s internet connection while you are at the event.

Will there be charging stations for my phone/tablet?

We will have unmanned tables set up with power strips for your use. But these stations will be used at your own risk and we are not responsible for lost or damages.

Is outside food allowed inside the Las Vegas Convention Center?

No. Exceptions will be made for people with food sensitivities or medical conditions. Small snacks and baby food are okay.

Is there a Lost and Found?

During the convention, the Lost and Found will be located at the Great American Comic Con Information booths. After the convention is over, Great American Comic Con will have the lost items at our offices. Please email us at with a complete description of the item, your contact information, and put “lost item – _______” as your subject line.

How safe is it to attend? 

Great American Comic Con has a NO HARRASSMENT Policy.

Pet Policy

Only service dogs will be allowed at Las Vegas Convention Center. According to the Nevada State law regarding service dogs:

“Service animal” includes any dog that is trained, or is in training, to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability; performs work or tasks, or is in training to perform work or tasks that are directly related to the individual’s disability.