TFNation 2017 – Tickets On Sale, Plus Guest List

The UK’s TFNation 2017 convention is now open for booking! Read on for details, as well as the current guest line-up!

After a successful first year in 2016, TFNation is back at the Hilton Birmingham Metropole for its second event. This year, the convention will run from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th August.

Booking

You can book tickets – a weekend pass, or individual Saturday or Sunday tickets – on the TFN website right now. If you attended last year, make sure to log in to your TFN account, as this will let you skip entering details and get your tickets nice and quickly!

TFNation have advised speedy booking to ensure that, in particular, you can secure hotel rooms at the discounted convention rate. The Festival of Quilts is in town this year, and whilst we’re told the attendees are lovely people, don’t let them snap up the rooms you want!

Guests

TFNation have already announced several guests for the 2017 convention, with more sure to follow. Currently announced are:

  • Josh Perez, long-time IDW Robots in Disguise colourist, and #1 Bumblebee fan
  • Jack Lawrence, current artist for IDW’s Lost Light
  • Venus Terzo, voice actress of Beast Wars/Machines Blackarachnia
  • Bob Budiansky, Marvel writer who helped birth the Transformers franchise as we know it
  • John-Paul Bove, colourist on IDW titles including Regeneration One and Empire of Stone

You can learn more about all the guests on the TFN website.

And finally…

This reporter was lucky enough to attend TFNation 2016, and had an excellent time! From interesting panels, to fun activities, to the brilliant company of friendly Transformers fans, it was a great success. We’ll be reporting live from the convention once again, but we can’t recommend making it there in person enough! If you’re in the UK/Europe, or even just fancy making a trip from further afield for a warm, friendly Transformers convention, you can’t go far wrong!

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Callum

Callum

Callum somehow managed to avoid Transformers during his actual childhood, but then the live-action films piqued his interest, Animated suckered him in, and IDW's comics made sure he stuck around.
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