Please note that these are the details of the 2015 convention. Stay tuned to the social media channels and sign up for the (very minimal) mailing list to keep up to date: http://eepurl.com/kYEAL
 
 
 

ConCentric 2015 is again being held at the Burnside Community Centre. It runs from Friday, 18 September 2015 at 6:00PM (ACST) to Sunday, 20 September 2015 at 10:00PM (closing up from midnight on Friday and Saturday until 9am the following mornings).

In 2014 we were joined by the venerable roleplaying convention Conformat (see: Conformat Meets ConCentric), so we have a dedicated RPG stream. If you're keen to run or join a game, make sure you sign up to the mailing list to be notified when the appropriate forms are online.

Entry to the Convention Room is $20 for full price tickets/$15 concession when pre-purchased online. This year we also have a group discount (available until 21 August). We'd like to make the event affordable for as many people as possible. Buy your tickets now with the form below. If there are any tickets available for sale at the door, the door price is $25/$20 concession.

Please keep in mind that any money raised beyond the operating costs of ConCentric will go to the Movember Foundation. If you can afford it, please purchase a full priced ticket. A Convention Room ticket covers the entire weekend, and is the same cheap price whether you come for the whole time or just an afternoon.

Children 17 years and under are given admission to the Convention Room by way of a donation – you decide the amount. Please remember that they must be accompanied by a ticket-holding parent or guardian at all times. It is assumed that if your children are in the Convention Room, then they are there to play tabletop games with you. We can't run a babysitting service :) Please note that we do not print lanyards/badges for the free children's tickets.

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