Urgent Nightmare Nights Dallas Announcement: Dealers Expansion and Community Guest

Extrapolating from the performance the first time Nightmare Nights Dallas made vendor space available, all new spots will likely be gone within just a few days again, lending this announcement special urgency for anyone who intents to sell at the convention.

Nightmare Nights Announces Foalpapers

     Nightmare Nights, held in Dallas from November 8th through the 10th, is proud to announce a Community Guest! If you’re one of the pony folk active on Twitter, chances are you’ve heard of him: The British gent with the classicist bent, Foalpapers! Foaly will be presenting an abstract of his graduate thesis, which deals with Classical themes in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. If you’re embarrassed to tell your family and friends that you’re heading to a Pony Con for the weekend, you can always tell them you’re going to attend a symposium on Classical images and references in modern media!

Nightmare Nights Expands Vendor Space & Opens an Artist Alley

     We’re very grateful so many talented artists of all stripes are so looking forward to selling their work to our attendees (and our guests, and each other). However, we were a bit taken aback when our Vendor Room sold out five months before the con. Still, everything’s bigger in Texas, so we just moved it to a larger room! That’s right: we now have an additional supply of vendor tables available for purchase, first-come, first-served. In addition, we’re announcing the opening of our Artist Alley! So, what’s the difference between the Vendor Room and the Artist Alley? We’re glad you asked! The Artist Alley is less expensive, allows tables to be rented by the day, and is open 24 hours a day. The catch is that you cannot erect displays or backdrops behind your table, and you must accept and work on commissions during the convention. Essentially, this gives artists space to work on their commissions until the wee hours, if they so choose. It also helps prevent the Vendor Room from becoming congested as attendees describe the precise color shading of their OCs.

So join us this November in Addison, Texas with the rest of our guests; Andrea Libman, Peter New, Brenda Crichlow, Sabrina Alberghetti, Jim Miller, James Wootton, Mitch Larson, Pixelkitties, and Sophie Cabra for a fantastic all-ages fan event! Check us out at www.NightmareNights.Net

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