The Program is Available!
Start planning your virtual convention! The hard work of our programming and special events departments is online now at the website here. We are thrilled to bring you the kind of schedule you have come to expect from Norwescon. Links to scheduled games, even more content, and Guidebook, our interactive scheduling app, will follow over the next several days. Watch the website and social media for announcements!
Access to Norwescon 43 for convention members will start Wednesday, March 31, just like you would come to the hotel on Wednesday before the convention starts to get settled and see your friends! There are no boxes to help carry, but you will be able to check out various areas of the convention—sit down at a table in the Lounge and start a conversation, check out the booths in the Arena, and look over our fantastic schedule. Just go to www.norwescon.org starting March 31 to find the link to join our Airmeet event.
Not a member yet? You can still register—four days of panels and events on ten stages, plus scheduled games, movies, contests, interactive activities, and more for just $35!
How to Attend Norwescon in Airmeet
We can’t wait to share what we’ve been planning. For the best experience in Airmeet, please consider using a desktop or laptop computer, with one of these supported browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Internet Edge, or Brave. If you do not have a device that can use one of these free browsers, you will still be able to view panel and event content, but may not be able to access Airmeet’s social spaces, or some of its interactive features. If you have questions about platform requirements, please go to www.norwescon.org/help.
Because cons need souvenirs, we have items for pickup by registered members at one of two Western Washington locations tomorrow (Sunday, March 21):
Your convention badge, featuring artwork by artist guest of honor Sana Takeda; a Norwescon lanyard; and free books! Make your selection from up to 15 titles donated by spotlight publisher Tor books, including multiple Hugo nominees and the 2020 Hugo-winning novel, A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine.
Pickups are outdoors with masks and social distancing! Times and locations here.