You may think San Diego Comic-Con is just a bunch of nerds gathering together to dress up in costumes and write fan fiction, but that’s just not the case. As much of that statement is true, Comic-Con is in fact a giant hub for big parties to celebrate geekdom and a place for celebrities to mingle with fans, sometimes. There are many, many fantastic events to attend this year, and you can find our ultimate SDCC party guide after the break.
Her Universe will be taking over San Diego Comic-Con with a one of a kind fashion show event. For one night, Thursday, July 25, geeks will rule the runway with a special after party performance by All Time Low, hosted by Hot Topic. Check out all the details on how you can attend after the break. Continue reading
With all of the hustle and bustle of Comic-Con 2013 during the day, don’t expect the festivities to die down just because the convention hall is closed at night. No, the streets of the San Diego Gaslamp district runs rampant with celebrities and attendees looking for a good times in all the right places. Now most industry parties are guest list only, but if you’re lucky enough to snag entry through a contest, are a smooth talker, or you know a guy who knows a guy who knows a guy, then you’ve just bought yourself the hottest ticket in town. Check out my SDCC nightlife adventures after the jump. Continue reading
After waiting all day in lines, bumping elbows with fellow nerds, and walking around for a better part of the day, Comic-Con does not end when the sun sets. There are many fantastic parties where you may run into various celebrities, partake in food and drink, and obtain a lot of swag. Not only do these parties make the convention more enjoyable, but they make it unforgettable (depending on how much you drink). A number of these parties do require an RSVP or an invite, but there are a good amount that are still open to the public for free or at a minor cost. Check out the complete list of SDCC 2013 parties after the jump. Continue reading
On average, it rains about 10 percent of the year in San Diego. It’s bad enough driving in this city when it’s dry and sunny, but when it rains everyone forgets how to turn on their headlights and decides to play bumper cars. San Diego has a great nightlife among its various neighborhoods, but as soon as the slightest precipitation rears its ugly head many become indifferent and the city comes to a complete halt. Recently, I had a chance to visit the new-ish Pussycat Dolls Dollhouse and luck would have it, the night I choose to visit, it rains. But from my experience, the energy would have told you otherwise. Continue reading