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


Main Hall Side Hall (Salem Room)
9am Opening ceremonies
9:30am Worst Cartoons Ever Butch Hartman/Danny Phantom
10am Signal Crash Super Hour Story Hour W/Steph
11am Voice Actors Panel Cartoon Network Heavyweights
11:45am Dating Game
12pm History of Animation (12:30) 90's Toons
1pm Avatar Voice Acting Workshop
2pm Charity Auction Cosplay 101
(2:30) Cosplay for Kids
3pm Charity Auction Gravity Falls
4pm Script Reading Grimm to Disney
5pm Costume Contest Music in Animation
6pm Cosplay Contest Prime Time Cartoons
7pm My Little Alcoholics Social Media & Cartoons
8pm <Hall Closed> (Set up for concert) Steven Universe
9pm Concert (Strobe-free) Cartoon Controversy
10pm+ Concert Filk (until 11)
9am Toyetic International Cartoons
9:30am This Year in Animation East Meets West
10:15am Music Design/Adam In Memoriam
11am Women in Voice Acting Classic Cartoons
12pm Dante Other Animation and Video Games
12:30pm Dante Other Karaoke Contest
1pm Iron Cartoonist Karaoke Contest
2pm The Animated Series Karaoke Conetst
2:30pm Name That Cartune Stop Motion
3pm Name That Cartune Brilliant but Canceled
3:30pm Cartoons to Look Out For Cartoons & Mythology
4pm Closing Ceremony
4:30pm Feedback


  • Jennifer Hale

    Dark and determined Commander Shepard from Mass Effect, ever hopeful and shining Cinderella, psychotic Princess Morebucks and sunny Ms Keane from The Powerpuff Girls, sleek and sexy Naomi Hunter from the Metal Gear Series, superspy Sam and superspoiled Mandy from ‘Totally Spies’, and super fighter Aayla Secura from Star Wars Clone Wars all have one thing in common.

    Their spirits and their voices spring from the heart of Jennifer Hale.

    Jennifer has brought to life a wild range of characters from a disgruntled 12 year old boy, to a timeless heroic princess, a quirky ancient alien, a ridiculously perky tour guide, a rock star, a shy four year old and a sizzling super-bad girl. At the top of her field in animation, commercials, and promos, Jennifer is responsible for these and many more memorable characters as well as lending her signature voice to many products and programs familiar to all of us.

    A singer as well as an actress, Jennifer is currently working on her first solo CD. When she’s not acting or singing, she’s hanging out with her friends and family, riding horses, rock climbing or volunteering.

  • Dante Basco

    With a career spanning over two and a half decades, DANTE BASCO is a Hollywood actor who has become a cult classic and pioneering figure in Asian American cinema. He was first introduced in Steven Spielberg’s fairytale movie Hook, as “Rufio”, the leader of the Lost Boys. He quickly jumped to leading roles like Newline’s Take the Lead, opposite Antonio Banderas, and The Debut, which became the voice of a Filipino American generation. 20th Century Fox executives were so mesmerized by the uniqueness of Dante’s look and ability that they gave him a development deal for his own series and he starred in a pilot for Touchstone/ABC, The Chang Family Saves the World, written and produced by John Ridley and directed by Paris Barclay. Ever versatile, he’s “Jake Long” in Disney’s animated series American Dragon: Jake Long as well as “Prince Zuko” in Nickelodeon’s phenomenal hit, Avatar: The Last Airbender.

  • Signal Crash

    Signal Crash is a group specializing in cartoons, comics, video games, and more. The co-creators, Bryan Nieman and Noah Scammon, have an awesome live show bringing you the latest news from the entertainment industry as well as insider info, reviews, and personal stories. Check out for all kinds of entertainment such as comics, cartoons, and live action sketches.

    We had a great time with Signal Crash last year, and we're looking forward to their return!


  • 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.”

  • Gene Shinozaki

    Gene Shinozaki is a talented musician, performer, and beatboxer. He is a local star residing in Boston, but he's found success throughout New England with his band DC Wonder, as well as national success performing on So You Think You Can Dance. You can catch his performances on the street or exclusively at DrawnCon: Season 2!

  • Go Yama

    Go Yama is a guitarist and producer who has found success around the world. He has had releases with labels such as Darker than Wax, Paxico, and Collective Resonance. He recently completed a tour in Japan, but is now coming to perform at this year's DrawnConcert!