Cartoons are for

DrawnCon is the premier convention for western animation. With great panels and amazing guests, come celebrate cartoons like never before.

Venue & How To Get Here

All of DrawnCon goes down under one roof at the Westford Regency. Located in the heart of the Merrimack Valley, the Westford Regency Inn & Conference Center is conveniently located off of Interstate 495.

Westford Regency 219 Littleton Road Westford, MA 01886 +1 (978) 692-8200

Run an Event!

Is there something that you really want to see at DrawnCon this year? Why not make it happen yourself? Apply to run your own panel or event and help make this con the best ever!

Sell stuff!

We are seeking to build an exciting and diverse vendor room and welcome all kinds of artists. Please remember, all artwork must be your own. Resale of copyrighted images or logos on your products is prohibited (unless you are a licensed vendor of official products).

Tables are $75 each, which includes the price of one badge for the convention. Table payment will be due promptly after you’re accepted. For an additional $25 you can register one assistant to help you with your table. You may choose to have more assistants than this, but they will have to purchase a regular badge.

Guests

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    Adam WarRock

    Adam WarRock’s unique brand of indie nerd raps has amassed him an Internet following that has stretched to every realm of fandom, ranging from comic books, TV, movies, video games, and more. His pop cultural-based songs have been featured in TIME, the New York Times, SPIN; sites such as The AVClub, WIRED, NYMag’s Vulture, io9; and have garnered attention from cultural celebrities such as Nathan Fillion, Edgar Wright, Dan Stevens of Downtown Abbey, and Ron Swanson himself, Nick Offerman. Having released three full-length albums and a veteran of multiple national tours, his music and stage presence has electrified crowds at Comic Cons, SXSW, university shows, and events across the country. With over a million views on Youtube, and an army of followers online, his live show continues to storm venues as he brings his brand of nerdy hip hop to the public. In the words of so many bloggers, journalists and fans, “it’s not just Internet good, it is goddamn brilliant.”