Everfree Northwest here again, unfortunately bearing some bad news. The wonderful voice of our favorite princess of the night and fashionista, Tabitha St. Germain, will be unable to attend this year’s Everfree Northwest after falling ill. Everyone from the staff of Everfree Northwest wishes her the best and we hope she gets well soon! If you would also like to wish Tabitha well, you can send her a message on her Twitter!

On a lighter note, we also have some good news to bring you! We would like to welcome our new guest, the amazing voice actress, Andrea Libman, as she will be making an appearance at Everfree Northwest 2013!

The Leo-nominated actress, Andrea Libman, has worked as a voice actor for more than twenty years, in which she has had many roles in a multitude of animated TV series. Some of which include: the title role of Madeline in Madeline, Emmy in DragonTales, young AndrAIa in Reboot, Cathy in Monster Buster Club, and the characters Lemon Meringue, Pupcake, and Princess Berrykin in Strawberry Shortcake’s Berry Bitty Adventures. She has also come to be widely known throughout the brony fandom for her role as Pinkie Pie and Fluttershy in the animated TV series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic!

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    It does somewhat worry me that we’re this close to the actual convention and they still don’t have a schedule posted. I’m going with a group of about 40 people, and we were planning to do some non-convention stuff too, so knowing times of things would be incredibly helpful. We’ve already had one event collision between a night on which we’re renting a venue for a private thing and one of the two nights of Ponystock, the event most people have said they were interested in attending, simply because nobody we ever asked could tell us when precisely that was going to be. And yeah, it’s too late for us to reschedule our event. At this rate I’m half-expecting the schedule to not show up until the first day, which will really throw our event planning for a loop.