OMNI EXPO (Orlando, FL) - May 22-24, 2015
OMNI EXPO: A Fusion of Technology and Imagination
May 22 - 24, 2015
Omni Productions, LLC has announced that the first round of guests for OMNI EXPO includes a large number of voice talent featured in the English dub of the popular anime series Shingeki no Kyojin (Attack on Titan). Expected to appear are voice actress Trina Nishimura (Mikasa Ackerman), voice actor Josh Grell (Armin Arlert), voice actor Matthew Mercer (Levi), voice actress Lauren Landa (Annie Leonhardt), voice actress Elizabeth Maxwell (Ymir), voice actress Bryn Apprill (Christa Lenz), voice actress Ashly Burch (Sasha Braus), voice actor Clifford Chapin (Connie Springer), voice actress Jessica Calvello (Zoe Hange), voice actor/Director Mike McFarland (Jean Kirstein), voice actor Austin Tindle (Marco Bott), and voice actor David Wald (Hannes).
OMNI EXPO is scheduled for May 22-24, 2015 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Our new venue features approximately 1900 parking spaces available at $10 per day for everyone attending, free WiFi throughout the entire convention space, and multiple food choices in the area. The room rate is set at $115/night.
Regular and VIP Weekend Passes are currently available online. Pre-register now and save money on the at-door price of $55.
OMNI EXPO is a combination of this generation"s craving for the latest and greatest that Technology has to offer and the yearning for a world with infinite possibilities. It will bring together the world of today and tomorrow, interspersed with the world of fantasy, which influences minds to believe in the possibilities of the future.
OMNI EXPO brings together major corporate players in the fields of Electronics, Video, Games, Communications, Anime Licensing, Home Video, and more. Companies will have a face-to-face experience with their direct buying demographic to showcase their latest and greatest Technologies, as well as letting them know what is new and coming soon!
Visit www.omniexpo.com for more information.
I'm going next year. MegaCon 2015 is already shaping up to look awful ($85 for a weekend pass? Heck no) and the guests alone are making this worthwhile.