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Cosplay Masquerade 2015 Line Rules
« on: March 23, 2015, 04:42:31 PM »

This is a report of the website, please forgive the formatting.

This year we will be using a fast pass line system.  This change is to prevent people from sitting outside in line for long hours in the San Jose hot weather.  Our goal is to only require that patrons stand in line a maximum of 15 minutes prior to being seated and to allow you to have more time to enjoy FanimeCon.

Stickers will be placed on your badge at the front entrance to the San Jose Civic auditorium; the color will indicate the order in which your block will be brought into the civic auditorium.  Please come by the front of the civic << see map>> between 8am and 3:30 Sunday to get a colored sticker on your badge.

Those with physical disabilities are welcome to come to the civic as early as 3:15 and come directly into the air-conditioned lobby.  You and one companion will be seated before the line blocks.

Line Rules:
1.   You must be present with your own badge to get a sticker at the entrance to the civic where a staff member will stamp your hand and put the current sticker on your badge.
2.   Stickers are first come, first serve when the first block stickers runs out then the we will move to the next color.
3.   No reserving of seats until the last line block has been loaded and you have been told to make yourself comfortable. 
4.   At 3:45 block lines will form up under the color of the sticker you have on your badge
5.   Transferring stickers to other attendees will invalidate your place in line.  Hand stamps and stickers must match.  We recommend you come with your friends to get your stickers
6.   After all line blocks are loaded the door open to any other attendees.

Audience rules:
1.   Photography and video is allowed – but only as long as it does not interfere with others enjoyment of the show.  If you stand up, hold your camera up at arms length above your head or have your screen to bright, the ushers will warn you. 
2.   No flash photography. Period.  It is not only unenjoyably for those around you but is a safety hazard for people on stage. 
3.   No reserving of seats until the last line block has been loaded and you have been told to make yourself comfortable. 
4.   Be respectful of the MC, a little bit of fun is one thing. But if you start being part of the show, we will ask you to leave.
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