Since MarsCon 2021 will be virtual we will be able to connect performers and audiences anywhere within the reach of the World Wide Web. For all those who have previously been unable to come to Minnesota (in the winter...), welcome!
Our 2021 Comedy Music Track (formerly the Dementia Music Track) will feature new voices and faces, as well as some of your long-time favorites.
The Comedy Track, like all of MarsCon this year, is $free, (but donations to MarsCon in general and/or donations to the Comedy Music track in specific are gratefully accepted. Why does it still feel like 2020?)
by Jon Sloan, used by permission
Stand by for listening/viewing information - we are looking at options to make we’ll be able to stream to as many people as possible.
Our 2021 Music Guest Of Honor is Robbie Ellis (learn more about Robbie or buy his music at http://www.robbieellis.net & https://robbieellis.bandcamp.com.)
And making her MarsCon debut, comedy musical artist Amy Engelhardt (learn more about Amy at her website: amy-engelhardt.blogspot.com.)
As well as these usual suspects in the MarsCon Comedy Music Track: Beth Kinderman, Devo Spice, Il Neige, Insane Ian, The great Luke Ski, Throwing Toasters, Tom Smith, TV’s Kyle & Lindzilla and Worm Quartet.
Ookla The Mok will join us for an Ask Me Anything session...
...and joining us for a virtual Q&A: Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz—Drummer of “Weird Al” Yankovic’s band for over 40 years and the author of the new book Black & White & Weird All Over: The Lost Photographs of “Weird Al” Yankovic ’83-’86.
The lineup includes:
Friday, March 12 (Central Standard Time)
Much more about our Comedy Music Track can be found at
MarsCon is a fan-run science fiction convention for all ages held every March in the Twin Cities area. At MarsCon you’ll find panel discussions, parties, guest of honor presentations, music of many kinds, our art show, film/anime room, science room, dealers room, charity auction, and masquerade. Our comedy music track is virtually a con in itself, and attracts a nation-wide audience.
“Forces of Darkness”
March 12 - 14, 2021
“The Future Ain’t What It Used To Be”
will return to
Hilton Minneapolis/St. Paul Airport Mall of America
3800 American Blvd E
March 11 - 13, 2022
More about MarsCon may be found at...
• Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarsconMpls
• FaceBook: www.facebook.com/Marscon
• Dementia: marsconcomedy.wordpress.com
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