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What is the Multiverse Expo?


Calling all Jedi, Trekkies, Whovians, Potterheads, Batmaniacs, and RPGamers - unite for the Multiverse Expo! This family friendly, super creative, comic-con type event is returning to Bethel on March 29th for an afternoon of interactive multiverse fun! Join us for hands-on workshops, costume contest, game demos, great vendors, book signings, and a variety of entertainment. Best yet - watch the Norwalk Gamers Orchestra close out the event with their concert at 4pm! Meet and mingle with other multiverse fans, learn some new skills, and plan for a great time! Visit and like our Facebook page @MultiverseExpo for the most up to date information. 

Due to the hands-on nature of this event, advance purchase tickets are preferred. Cost is $5 each or $20 for a family. Purchase your tickets here!


Note: Costumes are enthusiastically encouraged but coming as a muggle is okay too! 

The Multiverse explained in plain English: 

  • Fandom: the fans of a particular person, team, fictional series, etc. regarded collectively as a community or subculture.

  • DC & Marvel: the two largest comic book franchises which include Batman, Superman, etc. 

  • Muggle: is a person who lacks any sort of magical ability and was not born into a magical family.

  • Multiverse: A multiverse is a self-contained group or larger bubble filled with a finite or infinite number of universes. In this case, we are including fictional universes from pop-culture.

  • Steampunk/Solarpunk: a genre of science fiction that has a historical setting and typically features steam-powered machinery rather than advanced technology. Solarpunk is a Steampunk spin-off that embraces green energy concepts. 

  • RPG: Role playing games such as Dungeons and Dragons.

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Additional Event Information: 

  • How long is the event? 

    • The actual event is 1p-4p but the orchestra plays from 4p-5p.

    • All workshops and other entertainment ends at 4p.

  • Participants do not have to dress up but most people choose to. 

  • The entire event is indoors and is handicapped accessible.

  • ID or minimum age requirements:

    • This event is for the entire family and children of all ages.

    • Please keep that in mind if you choose to dress-up in character, young children will be present. Children must have an adult onsite at all times.

  • What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?

    • There is ample free parking for this event on location. The nearest train station is located in the town of Bethel, approximately .25 miles away.

  • No outside food or beverages are allowed inside the facility. Bottled water and pre-packaged snacks will be available for purchase. 

  • Simulated or costume weapons are allowed as a part of your costume, subject to approval by security and in compliance with the following:

    • No functional weapons are allowed at this event.

    • All costume weapons must be inspected at the Weapons Check Desk near ticketing.

    • Projectile costume weapons must be rendered inoperable.

    • Costume swords must be tied to your costume in such a way that they can't be drawn.

    • If you do not want to have your costume weapons inspected or if you are not willing to comply with these policies, please do not bring your costume weapons to the Expo.


  • Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

    • To gain admission, you must present your printed ticket at the front door.

  • Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?

    • Yes, as tickets are transferable.

  • Workshops are first come, first served and may have a cap on the number of attendees. 

  • Activities, workshops, entertainment, and vendors are subject to change. 

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