Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Coming to Nashville

The Music City Center in downtown Nashville will definitely be the place to be Saturday and Sunday, July 8 and 9, when Heroes & Villains Fan Fest (HVFF), an event that is revolutionizing the fan experience and convention landscape, will be held. Fan access to celebrity guests is the primary focus of this event, which features two days of immersive experiences and lifetime memories.

Some of the most popular actors from shows and films such as Arrow, Supergirl, The Flash, Gotham, Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and more will speak to the audience, meet with fans, pose for photos with fans, and sign autographs for fans. The celebrity lineup for this convention is very likely the best and most contemporary such lineup ever assembled for a Nashville event.

One of the most popular elements of Heroes & Villains Fan Fest is the chance to meet and hear from the stars of your favorite television shows and films. In Nashville, attendees will be treated to sessions with: from ARROW, FLASH and LEGENDS OF TOMORROW: Stephen Amell (“Oliver Queen/Green Arrow”), John Barrowman (“Malcolm Merlyn”), David Ramsey (“John Diggle”), Willa Holland (“Thea Queen”) and Echo Kellum “Curtis Holt”/ Mr. Terrific); Brandon Routh (“Ray Palmer / The Atom” also “Superman/ Clark Kent” in Superman Returns); Caity Lotz (“Sarah Lantz/ Canary”); Katrina Law ( al Gul”); Robbie Amell (Robbie / Firestorm”) from SUPERGIRL: Melissa Benoist (“Kara Danvers/Supergirl”); from GOTHAM: David Mazouz (“Bruce Wayne”) and Drew Powell (“Butch”); from GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: Michael Rooker (“Yondu”), Sean Gunn (“Kraglin”), and Chris Sullivan (“Taserface” and “Toby Damon” from This Is Us); and from MARVEL’S AGENTS OF S.H.I.E.L.D.: Ming-Na Wen (“Melinda May”) and Brett Dalton (“Grant Ward”); and more of your favorite stars.

The full list of guests is on the Heroes & Villains Nashville website. Go online now to book your photos and autographs. These aren’t always just random; you have to follow specific guidelines and be there at set times for the big names, and they have been known to sell out at these type events. This event is managed by the same folks who brought the phenomenally successful Walker Stalker Con to town earlier this month. They know what they are doing, they do it well, and people show up and show out!

Participating in the fan fest:

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Attendees can also participate in a range of engaging and unique activities, including: Panel sessions led by stars from some of television’s most popular shows; Interactive “hero-style” games on the Con floor, fun for the entire family; Cosplayers roam the event floor, making for memorable interactive experiences; Vendors who deal in comic, entertainment, and other genres and industries; and Reality TV star and celebrity tattoo artist, Chris 51 (A&E’s Epic Ink), will be offering his acclaimed artistic talents to attendees on the con floor.

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest is the brainchild of popular “Arrow” actor Stephen Amell and James Frazier, the creator of the zombie and horror event Walker Stalker Con. HVFF has become an incredibly popular convention worldwide, offering something for everyone, for the diehard fan, for families, and for those with a growing interest in the superhero / sci-fi / fantasy / comic-book genre.

There are even a number of opportunities to become an ambassador and get paid to work at the event, which can be found on the Heroes & Villains website. All ambassadors will earn $35 for a half day and $75 for a full day of assistance. Additionally, all ambassadors are given a free t-shirt, a complimentary General Admission pass to be used after their shift or by a friend or family member (only valid at the show you work), and a voucher for one autograph on their ambassador shirt. This is a great deal! Most convention volunteers are unpaid workers. You MUST be 18 or older to be an ambassador. Email: volunteers@fanfest.com , and allow a few days for a reply.

Fan Fest is a leading convention and entertainment news brand in North America, with events throughout the world and an audience in the hundreds of millions. Under the Fan Fest umbrella, Heroes & Villains Fan Fest is an event for fans of superheroes and villains, and Walker Stalker Con is for fans of the zombie and horror genres. With exclusive guest appearances at at each event and behind-the-scenes access to the latest entertainment news at FanFest.com, Fan Fest gives fans a truly one-of-a-kind experience.

Heroes & Villains Fan Fest Nashville 2017 runs Saturday, July 8, from 10:30 am to 6:00 pm; and Sunday, July 9, from 10:30 am – 5:00 pm; with VIP Entry at 9:00 am each day. Within about a week of the show, the full event schedule for Heroes & Villains Nashville can be found at http://heroesfanfest.com/nashville/schedule. Tickets range from $35 for General Admission all the way up to $900 for the ultimate experience. Kids that are 10 and under are free with a paid adult, limit 2 kids per paid adult ticket*
Get your tickets now at: http://heroesfanfest.com/nashville/tickets