Gatecon will let you livestream the 3-day Stargate convention » GateWorld

Gatecon is one of our favorite weeks of the year, as hundreds of fans and dozens of former Stargate cast and crew members gather to celebrate the long-running sci-fi franchise where SG-1, Atlantisand SKU were originally filmed: Vancouver, British Columbia.

GateWorld will be there for “Gatecon: The Celebration” this September 1-5. But if you can’t make it to beautiful British Columbia, Gatecon organizers have just opened things up to the universe with a new live online ticket option.

The “Replicator Digital Ticket” will allow fans to live stream more than 14 hours of panel events scheduled for this year’s convention. The ticket is now available for $75 (USD).

It’s also an added feature for those who will be on the field in Vancouver, as fans can now tune into the live stream from a mobile device to see what’s happening on stage while they wait in line. for a photo shoot or an autograph. The digital ticket is included for all weekend pass holders.

Lexa Doig and Michael Shanks on stage at Gatecon: The Invasion in 2018

Lexa Doig and Michael Shanks on stage at Gatecon: The Invasion in 2018. (Photo by GateWorld)

Along with the news that opens the Gatecon festivities to its largest audience in the convention’s 22-year history, Gatecon also unveiled the full schedule for the weekend. It includes autograph and photo sessions, a costume contest, a charity banquet, two evenings of charity auctions (to benefit Make-A-Wish Canada), as well as stage appearances throughout the day. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Gatecon has also opened the sale of day passes for those who live in the Vancouver area and want to enjoy only part of the convention. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday passes sell for $100 (USD) each. These include access to all of the scene panels from that day, the Merchant’s Room, Empire Movie Memorabilia’s Stargate exhibit, and the ability to purchase photo ops or autographs from guests who attend them. do that day.

For those who still want to book full weekend passes, the “Nox Ticket” ($199) and “Asgard Ticket” ($299) cover admission for all three days and include additional benefits. (The larger “Furling” and “Ancient” passes are sold out.)

Gatecon started in 2000, during the early production days of Stargate SG-1. Complemented by a Monday tour of Vancouver-area filming locations, Gatecon is a not-for-profit event produced by fans, for fans.

To find out more about the convention, consult the full guest listand get your tickets now at Gatecon.com. We’ll see you there!

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