Accessibility Services

Supercon is July 4-7 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. In accordance with ADA, the Miami Beach Convention Center provides ramp access, restroom facilities, braille elevator buttons, and phone and fire alarms for the hearing impaired. Wheelchairs: We will announce how to get a wheelchair a couple months before the event. Animals: Live animals are prohibited in the conference venue without proper written permission. Service animals may accompany a person with a disability in the venue provided they are harnessed, leashed, or tethered and are wearing their vests. We ask you to have a certification license for your service animal....Read More

Safety at Supercon

Supercon has a safety policy in place to ensure that everyone has a great time at the event. For details, follow these links: No Weapons Allowed at Supercon Prop and Costume Policies at Supercon Costume and Mask Policies at Supercon Sign and Banner Policies at Supercon Supercon has a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for GUNS and for REAL and/or REALISTIC weapons of any kind. The City of Miami Beach owns the convention center, and they will not allow guns even if you have a conceal and carry permit. No weapons are allowed, period. Searches will be conducted if any bag or...Read More

No Weapons Allowed at Florida Supercon

Florida Supercon is dedicated to the safety and security of ALL attendees. Use common sense and remember what seems harmless to you may appear like a threat to someone else. All attendees must adhere to Florida State Law at all times during the weekend of Florida Supercon, including laws regarding firearms and weapons. If it is illegal outside of the convention, it is illegal inside the convention. Please read this entire policy before attending Florida Supercon. Failure to follow this policy may result in your removal from the convention without refund. We have a ZERO TOLERANCE FOR WEAPONS. The following...Read More

Press Photos and Facts

Florida Supercon is July 4-7, 2019. We are moving back to the Miami Beach Convention Center and are expecting over 65,000 attendees over the 4 days!! For interviews and information, please contact Amber Curtis at Click here to apply for press passes. History of Florida Supercon: July 3-6, 2014 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL. 43,000 attendees. June 25-28, 2015 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL. Over 50,000 attendees. July 1-4, 2016 at the Miami Beach Convention Center in Miami, FL. Over 50,000 attendees. July 27-30, 2017 at the Fort Lauderdale Convention Center in Fort...Read More

Florida Supercon Press Passes

CLICK HERE to apply for Press Passes to Florida Supercon 2019. The requirements are: (A) PRINT MEDIA: Print Media includes local newspapers, national newspapers, college newspapers, magazines etc. Hyperlocal publications and alternative newspapers will be considered based on the same criteria as the Internet press. (B) TELEVISION & RADIO: TV & Radio include AM, FM, Satellite, Local TV and National TV (C) DIGITAL MEDIA: In order to even be considered for internet press credentials you must fit the following criteria. You will not get a reply if you fail to reference these points in your email request. You must...Read More

Sponsorships and Advertising

  Let us be your guide to SUPER sales at Florida Supercon! We can help you REACH 55,000 attendees through advertising at the event. ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES: PROGRAM GUIDE: Influence our attendees at the show and after they get home with our Program Guide Advertising. Back cover - $2,000 Page 2 - $1,750 Full page - $1,500 Half page - $1,000 Premiere Sponsorship Branding Opportunities Include: Main Stage Sponsorship 2nd Stage Sponsorship Cosplay Costume Contest Sponsorship Video Game Zone Sponsorship Table Top Sponsorship Video Gaming Live Streaming Sponsorship FSCW Fantasy Super Cosplay Wrestling Sponsorship Supercon Social Room Sponsorship Ready to connect with...Read More

Prop and Costume Policy at Florida Supercon

Prop weapons are homemade or commercially rendered costume prop weapons that support the overall look of a costume or character, including futuristic prop weapons made to look like phasers, ray guns, light sabers, etc… Prop weapons will be allowed providing they are composed of cardboard, foam, wood, lightweight plastic, or other light materials. Nothing that looks like a real gun is allowed. Bows and crossbows will only be permitted if they are absolutely prop in nature – no tension on the string beyond what it takes to keep it straight, and arrows should not have any form of tip. You...Read More

Costume and Mask Policies at Florida Supercon

Since many of our attendees come in costume, we only have a few rules. All costumes at Florida Supercon must be PG during regular exhibition room hours. After hours, please keep it PG-13. We are a family friendly show. Use common sense. Anything that is illegal outside of the convention is illegal inside the convention. Florida Supercon reserves the right to deem a costume as unacceptable and to request the wearer make modifications as necessary, change out of the costume entirely into more appropriate clothing, or require you to leave the convention. If your costume hinders your vision or movement in...Read More

Sign and Banner Policies at Florida Supercon

All signs and banners must follow all of the rules of both costumes and props, and are also subject to the general rating of the convention (PG-13) and all other convention policies. Signs and banners may not contain solicitation ("Will _____ for _____.", or any variation). We have a strict NO SOLICITATION POLICY! Signs and banners must also contain zero profanity and offensive material. You may carry a sign as part of your costume, so long as the sign is clearly relevant to the character you are portraying. Examples include: "Objection!" signs for a Phoenix Wright costume, "Hey, listen!" signs...Read More