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Convention Information

Name:Anime Weekend Atlanta [visit site]
Date:September 24-26, 2004
Location:Renaissance Waverly Hotel & Cobb Galleria Centre
Atlanta, GA
Attendance:5,837 people
Pre-Reg. Rates:$20 by Jan 1; $25 by May 1; $30 by Aug 1
At-Door Rates:$40 weekend; $20 per day
Programming
and Events:
Video Programming:
Anime Screening(s)
AMV Contest
AMV Screening(s)
Panel Programming:
Guest Panels
Industry Panels
Fan Panels
Workshops
Costume Events:
Hall Cosplay
Masquerade / Cosplay Competition
Art Programming:
Art Show & Auction
Artists' Alley
  Music Programming:
Concert
Dance
Formal Dance
Karaoke
Game Programming:
Video Gaming
Collectable Card Games
Role Playing Games
Other Events:
Autographs (free)
Dealers' Room
Con Suite
Game Shows
Guests:Christine Auten (Voice Actress, ADV Films)
Jonathan Clements (Author and Scriptwriter)
Emily DeJesus (Writer / Editor/ Manager, Studio Capsule)
Robert DeJesus (Artist / Writer / Character Designer, Studio Capsule)
Fred Gallagher (Comic Artist, Fredart)
Lauren Goodnight (Voice Actress, ADV Films)
Carl Gustav Horn (Editor, Viz Communications)
Amy Howard-Wilson (Voice Actress)
Mari Iijima (Voice Actress / Singer)
Patrick Macias (Editor in Chief, Otaku USA)
Helen McCarthy (Writer)
Vic Mignogna (Voice Actor)
Neil Nadelman (Translator)
Fred Patten (Anime Expert)
Stephanie Sheh (Voice Actress)
Kari Wahlgren (Voice Actress)
David Williams (DVD Producer, ADV Films)
Larissa Wolcott (Voice Actress, ADV Films)
Information:Anime Weekend Atlanta (AWA) is a convention geared towards Japanese Animation and Comics held in the Atlanta, Georgia area.

Since our first convention in 1995, AWA has become one of the most popular Japanese Animation conventions in the United States.

AWA has promoted the anime and manga medium by having guests who have worked in the industry from the 1960's to present, appearances by some of the major companies who produce anime and manga in the United States, and promoting various events throughout the convention.

Photos and
Reports:
  • A Fan's View
  • Animefringe
  • CuteGirlz.net
  • Linus Lam Network News
  • MisoAnimeClub.org
  • RisingSun.net
  • Saintxio
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  • News and 
    Press Releases:
    Mar 26, 2004 - Anime Weekend Atlanta announces first round of guests
    Jan 01, 2005 - Largest anime conventions of 2004
    See Also:
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 1995 - October 27-29, 1995
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 1996 - October 11-13, 1996
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 1997 - November 14-16, 1997
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 1998 - October 9-11, 1998
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 1999 - October 8-10, 1999
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2000 - October 6-8, 2000
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2001 - September 21-23, 2001
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2002 - September 27-29, 2002
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2003 - September 26-28, 2003
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2004 - September 24-26, 2004
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2005 - September 23-25, 2005
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2006 - September 22-24, 2006
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2007 - September 21-23, 2007
    Anime Weekend Atlanta 2008 - September 19-21, 2008
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