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Frequently Asked Questions

ToshoCON will be held from Noon–9 pm on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at the Library's Viridian Event Center (8030 S 1825 W, West Jordan).

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we moved it in the hopes of being able to host an in-person event.

ToshoCON is intended for those 12–19 years old. Adults unaccompanied by a teen may be asked to leave to maintain a safe space for teens.

It’s up to you. Last year we were not able to host an in-person ToshoCON. For those teens who missed their final ToshoCON because of the pandemic, we welcome you to the 2021 event with understanding.

Yes. ToshoCON is free, and tickets are required. You can get a ticket beginning July 1, 2021. Tickets will also be available at the door.

The window for contest submissions has closed. You are welcome to vote in the People’s Choice Art Contest and come to ToshoCON to hear the winners at 7 pm on Saturday, September 25.

The window for vendor applications has closed.

The window for panel applications has closed.

Yes! This year will be our first comic contest. The window for contest submissions has closed. You are welcome to vote in our People's Choise Art Contest and come to ToshoCON to hear the winners at 7 pm on Saturday, September 25.

You are welcome to stay all day for panels, crafts, mingling, visiting vendors etc. However, you can come and go as you please.

No. You are welcome to come in whatever clothing you are comfortable in. However, most attendees cosplay their favorite manga/anime character so be prepared to see some fantastic and original interpretations!

We'll continue to monitor the situation and let you know closer to the event.

We'll check all cosplays at the door and make sure everyone will recognize props as props. However, real weapons (knives, swords, etc) are best left at home.

Most of ToshoCON will be held indoors, though some portions may be held outside. Inclement weather won't impact the event.

There may be some vendors at ToshoCON who will sell food, though no snacks will be provided at ToshoCON.

Due to privacy concerns, we do not record ToshoCON. However, the Cosplay Contest will be streamed live via Discord that evening and we may have a few panels available to live stream via Discord.

No. ToshoCON has a zero-bullying tolerance. Bullying is defined as unwanted, aggressive behavior that involves a real or perceived power imbalance, and can include sharing personal or private information about someone else causing embarrassment or humiliation.

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