PALM SPRINGS COMIC CON
A geek culture convention celebrating comic books, past and present, while embracing its diverse and multi-media future.
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FAQ/Hours/Directions

FAQ

What is Palm Springs Comic Con?

  • Palm Springs Comic Con is not just a comic convention. We like to refer ourselves as a nerd culture convention. We embrace the past of what has made attending traditional comic book conventions so wonderful while welcoming everything that will help progress our passion for the fandoms we love like gaming, podcasting, blogging, vlogging, and fan created content.

Who is Palm Springs Comic Con?

  • Palm Springs Comic Con is a collective of like-minded community members who feel compelled to encourage and empower all generations by educating and sharing our love for the comic arts and it's related mediums. We have a passion for and the desire to welcome all ages, races, religions, sexual orientations and identities, regardless of social, economical, and political backgrounds. We see PSCC as a safe haven for the marginalized and disenfranchised to showcase who they are without threat of harm, and with the hope of creating a more empathetic and understanding community.

Who can attend Palm Springs Comic Con?

  • Anyone can attend! Single day passes are $15 and weekend passes are $25. Children 10 and under are free with a paid adult admission. (limit 3 kids per paid adult)

What can I expect at Palm Springs Comic Con?

  • Palm Springs Comic Con values the attendee experience. We are striving to make the experience of attending a convention a rich one, full of making new friends and learning new things about the things we love.

Do I need a pass to attend Palm Springs Comic Con?

  • Yes you do. You can purchase passes by going to the Palm Springs Comic Con menu tab and clicking "Tickets". That will take you to the menu where you can purchase your passes.

Do you have other events around the year?

  • Yes we do! We host various free events celebrating Free Comic Book Day all around the Coachella Valley as well as ReaderCon; a mini comic convention advocating the use of comic books and graphic novels as tools to help fight illiteracy. ReaderCon takes place at the La Quinta Public Library. For more info on ReaderCon go to the ReaderCon tab on the Navigation menu.

Are you associated with Comic Con Palm Springs?

  • While we respect their desire to bring an international comic con to the Palm Springs area, we are in no way affiliated with Comic Con Palm Springs or any of their affiliates.

How can I get involved?

  • If you are interested in getting involved as a volunteer, please fill out the volunteer registration form or email us at volunteers@pscomiccon.com. We are always looking for gifted volunteers willing to give back to their community.

Hours

Friday, November 10th

  • Early Pass Pick Up For Weekend, and Saturday ONLY: 5pm-8pm

Saturday, November 11th

  • Registration open: 8am
  • General Admission open: 10am
  • Registration closes at 5pm
  • Floor closes at 6pm

Sunday, November 12th

  • Registration open: 8am
  • General Admission open: 10am
  • Registration closes at 5pm
  • Floor closes at 6pm

Driving Directions

 

From the I-10 East

  • Head east on I-10 E
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 111 for CA-111 toward Palm Springs
  • Continue onto CA-111
  • Continue straight onto N Palm Canyon Dr
  • Make a left onto E Arenas Rd
  • Make a left onto S Indian Canyon Dr
  • Destination will be on your right

From the I-10 West

  • Head west on I-10 W
  • Use the right 2 lanes to take exit 130 for Bob Hope Dr
  • Use the left 2 lanes to turn left onto Bob Hope Dr
  • Turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Ramon Rd
  • Use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto S Indian Canyon Dr
  • Destination will be on your right

Parking

 
  • RECOMMENDED - Parking available at the Northeast corner of Indian Canyon Dr and Tahquitz Canyon Way
  • Valet parking is available at Hard Rock Hotel for $10