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Mad Monster Party Convention Coming To Charlotte This March!

Rutger Hauer is coming to the Mad Monster Party this March!

The Mad Monster Party is coming to Charlotte! This March 23, 24th and 25th the Mad Monster Party is hosting what will be the largest horror, science fiction and fantasy convention to hit Charlotte in years. Guests so far include the inimitable Rutger Hauer, Brad Dourif, Craig Sheffer & Anne Bobby of Clive Barker’s NIGHTBREED, Bill Mosley, Tony Todd, Michael Berryman, Angus Scrimm, Ricou Browning, Chris Sarandon, P.J. Soles, Dee Wallace, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Derek Mears, David Prowse, Richard Moll, Mary Woronov, Dee Wallace, Stephen Geoffreys, William Katt, James Hong and Marky Ramone!

With a guest list that adds new surprises by the day – Mad Monster Party looks poised to take the Charlotte convention scene by storm.  With rumors that there will be a film festival soon added – Mad Monster Party looks to be an event that will appeal to fans and filmmakers alike.   Promoter Joe Moe states that they are looking to make Mad Monster Party the best convention in the Southeast for many years to come. Plan your visit by booking your room at the Blake Hotel now!

Mad Monster Party is offering as special R.I.P. package deal that includes a 3 day pass, exclusive haunted house walk-through with celebrity guests, access to the exclusive R.I.P. guest lounge and all after party events, reserved seating at the panels and screenings, mystery swag bag, a celebrity autography (from the attending guests) and a Mad Monster Party Shirt for $199! You don’t have to go all out to enjoy the party as one day passes are available for $20 and weekend passes for $45. Buy your tickets now and sign up for what is sure to be an event that is talked about for years to come.

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  1. So that’s the case? Quite a revelation that is.

  2. Megatodd /

    This article should have a dateline (as should all). Otherwise, it can be a bit misleading as to what year it is referring to.

  3. What year do you think it is?

    We like to make our articles interactive for the readers. Apply your own reality.

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