You’ll find some of the most commonly asked questions about exhibiting at Tucson Comic-Con at this page.
When will I get my exhibit space assignment?
We will email all exhibitors their space assignments beginning August 2023. For any questions, please contact Exhibit Manager Mike Eutizi at email@example.com.
What can I sell at my exhibitor booth or table?
Generally speaking, exhibitors occupying either booths or artist alley tables may sell the tangible products or services that have been described on their Exhibitor Application Form. However, Artist Alley tables have additional restrictions:
- Merchandise sold at Artist Alley tables must be of the artist’s own work. No third party selling or reselling is allowed.
- Sales of mass-produced work that the artist is not involved in at some capacity at an Artist Alley table are not permitted.
What hours does my exhibit space need to stay open during the show?
Your booth or table space must be staffed at all times during normal exhibition hours:
Friday, September 1: 3:00 – 8:00PM
Saturday, September 2: 10:00AM – 7:00PM
Sunday, September 3: 10:00AM – 5:00PM
In the event that you do not have adequate staff available for breaks or emergencies, please consult with Tucson Comic-Con staff to cover your space.
I’m an exhibitor and I have a show exclusive item I’d like to be featured. How do I do this?
You’ll want to visit the Submit an Exclusive page for more details.
I need drayage, electricity and/or Internet service for my booth. How do I get these things?
Third parties sell electricity and drayage services to occupants of the facility. These services are applied for and billed separately from your exhibitor space fees. If you need any of these services, please refer to the links provided in the Exhibitor Information Packet.
I need tax licensing forms. Where do I find those?
The links to these forms are included in the Exhibitor Information Packet. Both the State of Arizona and the City of Tucson have transaction tax privilege forms and fees that will need to be submitted and paid for prior to the start of Tucson Comic-Con.