ANIMÉ LOS ANGELES RETURNS TO THE INLAND EMPIRE IN 2018
The 4-Day Event To Take Place At The Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, California On January 25-28, 2018
Steve Blum and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn headline Animé Los Angeles's Initial Guest List
Ontario, California October 25, 2017 - Animé Los Angeles (ALA) is proud to officially announce the return to the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario California for a third consecutive year this January 25-28, 2018. Animé Los Angeles is the largest and fastest growing animé convention in The Inland Empire. In the last two years attendance numbers have skyrocketed by more than 150%.
Animé Los Angeles will be bringing industry icons Steve Blum (Cowboy Bebop, Star Wars: Rebels, Voice of Wolverine) and Mary Elizabeth McGlynn (Star Wars: Rebels, Steven Universe, Critical Role) to headline it's fourteenth year.
Also joining the ALA 2018 guest list are Beau Billlingslea (Cowboy Bebop, Naruto, Digimon), Les Claypool (Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell, Big O), Mary Claypool (Cowboy Bebop, Ghost in the Shell, Big O), Melissa Fahn (Cowboy Bebop, Digimon, Invader Zim), Victor Frost (Steven Universe Universe, Frostworks) & Paul St. Peter (Cowboy Bebop, Naruto, Kingdom Hearts). With many more guests to be announced over the next few months, attendees can expect Animé Los Angeles 2018 to be the must attend event of the winter.
"We're excited to be The Inland Empire's premiere animé and cosplay event," said ALA Chair Alec Orrock. "We know we have a strong reputation to live up to and our team is dedicated to delivering an incredible experience."
Looking to the future, Animé Los Angeles has contracted and committed to being held at the Ontario Convention Center through 2021 and being part of The Inland Empire for many years to come.
Ensure that you are part of the fun by ordering your tickets to Animé Los Angeles before the early registration discount ends on 10/31.
For more information as well tickets head to www.animelosangeles.org
About Animé Los Angeles
Animé Los Angeles, established in 2005, is a medium-sized, community-focused animé convention with a more moderate-paced environment where you can meet up with old friends and make new ones, while also offering an abundance of diverse programming to keep our members busy and entertained. We are run with our fans in mind with the hopes to bring people closer together while celebrating a common love of Anime, Cosplay, and Fandom.
Animé Los Angeles (2006-present) is sponsored by Institute for Specialized Literature, Inc. (ISL), an IRS-recognized 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization.
For More Information Contact:
Alec Orrock - firstname.lastname@example.org