The Largest FREE Anime Convention in Texas

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About Mini-Mini Con

Starting off in 2014 with around 400 showing to having an estimated crowd of over 6000 people in 2019, Mini-Mini Con has become the largest free anime convention in Texas. It is a free convention hosted by San Japan and Nine-Tails at Wonderland of the Americas. There are no tickets required to attend this event.

Here, you will get a sample of what big fan conventions can be like. We will have a variety of activities going on: artists selling fan art, vendors, karaoke, cosplay, industry guests, fan panels, gaming of all kind, and all kinds of entertainment.

This is a Family-Friendly event which we welcome all ages to attend.

See the video for a quick overview of Mini-Mini Con.

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Guests

Who Is Coming To Mini-Mini Con

Convention Schedule

Panels and Tournament Schedules Will Be Posted By April 28th, 2020

Artists & Vendors

How To Acquire A Table / Booth

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Artist Spaces

Artist Spaces Go On Sale February 8th, 2020. Rates are $115 – $240.

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Vendor Area

Vendor Booths will be available for $200 – $250.

All potential vendors must fill out an application.

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Community

Qualifying Community and Indie Game Studio Groups who want to promote can apply to setup at Mini-Mini Con. Applications Open February 5th, closing on April 5th.

Panel / Performer Submissions

We are now taking applications for our 2020 convention

Performers Applications until March 5th / Panelists until April 5th

Venue Location

Where This Takes Place

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Venue

Wonderland of the Americas.

4522 Fredericksburg Rd, San Antonio, TX 78201

Free Parking!

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Bus Station

Crossroads Park & Ride Via Station located across the street from the venue. It is less than a 3 minute walk to the venue.

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Amenities

Food Trucks will be available along with a food court located in the venue. SpringHill Suites by Marriott San Antonio Medical Center/Northwest located on the venue premises.

PHOTO GALLERY

Photos From Mini-Mini Con 2019