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Exciting news FanimeCon Attendees!
In 2017, we are introducing 1 new element and making one of last year's Fan Event part of the Programming Schedule.

KPOP DANCE PARTY
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 3PM to 6 PM RM 230
   Meet other attendees that share your passion for KPOP in a non-competitive atmosphere!
   Play the KPOP Chorus Game!
   Bust your favorite KPOP dance moves to all the biggest KPOP Hits spun by DJ PeterLo of KPOPCAST (http://kpopcast.net)

B-Boy/Girl Hangout
Friday, Saturday, Sunday 1 PM to 3 PM RM 230
   In 2017, a space will be provided for the dancers that have hungout in the lobby and hallways for years.
   It is the hope that by providing this space for the dancers, it will alleviate the congestion in the main lobby and hallways.  Please help
   make this successful. Add your request to this thread or bring your own beats on a usb stick or cd(The Dance's Sound system WILL be in use for this) and enjoy the opportunity to show
   off your moves on a real dance floor. 

While the normal Evening Dance rules will not be in effect for these 2 events, additional regulations and code of conduct might be posted later.

If you have questions/comments send to dance [at] fanime.com

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Live Programming and Events / FanimeCon 2017 DANCE: DJ APPLICATION
« on: November 15, 2016, 02:59:08 AM »
This year the DJ application period will be open from NOW till December 31, 2016
Any applications received on or after January 1, 2017 will not be considered.

The application can be found here: https://goo.gl/forms/Ngw4qM9uIv4wWSTq2

The DJ selection process has changed for 2017. In recent years we had lots of performers
(44 in 2015 and 38 in 2016). In 2017 we will be selecting fewer DJs and possibly giving
more time to those selected.This application is intended to provide you an opportunity
to express your interest in performing at the FanimeCon 2017 Dance.

In 2016 we received the criticism that we had too much Big Room House, Trap, and
hardcore.  Unfortunately, our selection pool was limited.  In 2017, while we might pay
special attention to an application that is not one of these genres, we expect DJs to apply
with their best genre and one that they can give their best performance with regardless
of set length.  Please note that we have not yet decided which genres to focus on this year. 
It was quite a surprise in 2016 to have one our trance DJs chased off the stage with the
crowd chanting for "HIP HOP".

Please remember that we expect all our DJs to actually beat match and mix, simply
crossfading songs will not score points with the selection team.

This application has been posted to give applicants time to prepare, express interest,
and the management team time to review interested candidates.

* Even though review criteria may change over the year, your application will be
reviewed on the requirements stated at the time of your application.

1. The DJ Selection process is open from NOW (Nov 2016) till December 31, 2016
2. DJs/Performers are not considered to be staff members.
2.2 DJs/Performers will have to obtain an official form of entry to the convention.
2.3 Selected DJs are not compensated and will not receive a badge or money.
2.4 Selected DJs will not receive any discounts on a FanimeCon Badge.
2.5 Selected DJs will not be able to book an "opener" and are expected to perform their entire slot by themselves.

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  FanimeCon is a growing annual anime convention held at the San Jose
  Convention Center during Memorial Day Weekend.  Every year there are more DJs interested
  in performing at the dance than spots available.  The DJ Selection process has been put in
  place to create a fair system for offering performance time to members of FanimeCon while
  balancing the genres attendees are interest in and maintaining a performance standard.

  The 2017 Dance Management Team’s mission is to successfully plan dance
  events during FanimeCon which promote a fun, safe, and enjoyable experience
  for attendees.  These dance events must contribute to the overall success
  and support the growth of FanimeCon.

  Once again, PLEASE NOTE that DJs and Performers will need to obtain their own entry to the convention.

  Questions/comments regarding these provisions should be sent to dance@fanime.com.

 -   All Dance Staff positions and performers are on a volunteer basis
     (there is no financial compensation).
 -   All Dance Staff positions and performers must adhere to the requirements, rules, and code
     of conduct for all FanimeCon Staff members and attendees.
 -   DJs must have been selected through the DJ Selection Process
     (Exception: Industry and Guest of Honor DJs)
 -   Staff participation or  previous FanimeCon Performance experience will not guarantee a timeslot on the
     2017 DJ Schedule.
        o   Applications will be accepted until December 31, 2016
         o   Application Requirements
                +   Every applicant will be contacted by a Selection Committee member.
                +   In Addition to the Application, DJs must provide:
                        •   A 30 Minute (minimum) mix of what they intend on playing if selected.
                                     They can provide the selection committee their submission by
                                     sending an email link or through an arrangement with the
                                     Selection Committee. This can be a link to a soundcloud, mixcloud,
                                     google drive, or file share site.
                                 o   Submission of this mix gives the Dance Management Team your
                                     approval to use this mix in the future for promotion of the Dance Event.
         o   Selections will be based on skill, music format, equipment used, participation, and contribution to FanimeCon.
         o   Applicants under the age 18 at the start of the 2017 event will not be considered.
         o   The Dance Management Team will contact applicants between Jan and Feb
         o   Final selections will be made and selected DJs will be notified by February 1, 2017.
         o   DJs that were not selected will be notified on February 16, 2017.

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Live Programming and Events / Re: inhalers at the dance?
« on: August 17, 2016, 04:12:55 PM »
i should have clarified this was meant for inhalers to asthma treatment and not battery operated nicotine delivery systems or nicotine inhalers more commonly referred to "vapes".

It's a sad world where that type of distinction needs to be spelled out.

There were over 10 people that claimed their vapes were for medicinal purposes....clearly identifying that the juice was not your typical nicotine or 0 nic juice...

It should also be mentioned that even if you have a prescription for marijuana, don't try to bring it into the dance.

I hope this brings some clarity to the rule and why it exists.  If you have an asthma inhaler or insulin, ask at the door and the correct accommodation will be made OR STICK IT IN YOUR POCKET.

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Live Programming and Events / Re: inhalers at the dance?
« on: May 31, 2016, 03:08:04 PM »
i should have clarified this was meant for inhalers to asthma treatment and not battery operated nicotine delivery systems or nicotine inhalers more commonly referred to "vapes". 

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UPDATED (5.18.17)

DAY 0
Day 0 (6PM to 2AM), 2 rooms open at different times: Entrance through J Corridor.
Badges are not required.
Language must be family friendly before 10.


DANCE ROOM 1 (RM 231)
6PM to 6:30PM JADE
6:30 to 7:30 DUMPSTER FIRE
7:30 to 8:30 peterLo
8:30PM to 9:30PM DEVERE
9:30PM to 11PM RAYN
11PM to 12AM DJET0

DANCE ROOM 2 (RM 230)
10PM to 11PM COFUN
11PM to 12:30AM THE DATA HEADS
12:30AM to 2AM OTAKU PASSPORT

DAY 1
DAYTIME PROGRAMMING (RM 230, ENTRANCE THROUGH J CORRIDOR)
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies

1 PM to 3 PM BBOY Hangout with DJ SANDMAN and DJ NP4P
3 PM to 4 PM KPOP CHORUS GAME with peterLo
4 PM to 6 PM KPOP DANCE PARTY with peterLo

EVENING PROGRAMMING (RM 230, 231, 232, 233, Almaden Terrace Lobby 7PM to 4AM)
Entrance through Almaden Lobby and Terrace
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies
Language must be family friendly before 10


MAIN ROOM (RM 230) FRIDAY, MAY 26

7:30PM to 8PM WELCOME TO THE JUNGLE (JUNGLE/DNB) with DJ DARK0 VS SHRIKTER
8PM to 10PM DJ KEPIK (TRANCE/EDM/TOP40s)
10PM to 12AM DATA DRAIN (TRAP/TWERK/HARDSTYLE)
12AM to 2AM KOMODO (EDM/TRANCE/COMMERCIAL HOUSE)
2AM to 4AM WOOSHAY (TRAP)

THEME ROOM (RM231) FRIDAY, MAY 26
7PM to 7:30PM ASIAN POP (CAEKAIHEARTS)
7:30PM to 9PM HIPHOP/TOP40s (DEVERE)
9PM to 11PM MOOMBATON/EDM (RAYN)
11PM to 12AM HARDCORE HAPPY HOUR with DJ DARK0
12AM to 2AM HIPHOP/TOP40s (KEPIK)
2AM to 4AM THE MEKNX

WATER LOUNGE (RM232) FRIDAY, MAY 26
7PM to 10PM STAFF PICKS, MOSTLY ALTERNATIVE/INDIE ROCK
10PM to 2AM SEAN BASS
2AM to 4AM STAFF PICKS, MOSTLY ALTERNATIVE/INDIE ROCK

CONTROLLER ROOM (RM233) FRIDAY, MAY 26
7PM to 8:30PM DUBSTEP (PROTOMAN)
8:30PM to 9:30PM EUPHORIK (TECHNO/TECH HOUSE)
9:30PM to 10:30PM NAKMATIC
10:30PM to 12AM HIPHOP/KPOP (peterLo)
12AM to 2AM BASS MUSIC (MANASOUL)
2AM to 3AM ANIMECORE (PIROKO)
3AM to 4AM JCORE/HARDCORE (DJET0)

FRONT OF HOUSE (Almaden Lobby) FRIDAY, MAY 26
6PM to 10PM ANIMECON ELEVATOR MUSIC with PREYX
10PM to 11PM “U CAN SING, BUT CAN’T DANCE” with NP4P
11PM to 2AM MELVIS

DAY 2
DAYTIME PROGRAMMING (RM 230, ENTRANCE THROUGH J CORRIDOR)
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies

1 PM to 3 PM BBOY Hangout with DJ SANDMAN
3 PM to 6 PM KPOP DANCE PARTY with PETERLO

EVENING PROGRAMMING (RM 230, 231, 232, 233, Almaden Terrace Lobby 7PM to 4AM)
Entrance through Almaden Lobby and Terrace
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies
Language must be family friendly before 10

MAIN ROOM (RM 230) SATURDAY, MAY 27
7 PM to 8:30 PM SEQUENCE (EDM/HIP OP/TOP40s)
8:30 PM to 10:15 PM SNR MUSIC (EDM/HOUSE)
10:15 PM to 12:00 AM DATASLAVE (EDM/BASS/FUTURE HOUSE)
12:00 AM to 1:30 AM EHASH (EDM/TRANCE/HIPHOP/TWERK/TOP40s)
1:30 AM to 2:30 AM THE DATA HEADS (TRAP/EDM)
2:30 AM to 4 AM JSLAI (HARDSTYLE/TRAPSTYLE)

THEME ROOM (RM231) SATURDAY, MAY 27
7PM to 8:00PM FREESTYLE/HIGH ENERGY/MIAMI BASS/THROWBACKS
8:00PM to 9:30PM EDM/MELBOURNE BOUNCE (DUMPSTER FIRE)
9:30PM to 11:30PM HIP HOP/TOP40s (DEVERE)
11:30PM to 1AM HARDCORE HAPPY HOUR with DJET0
1AM to 2:30AM TRANCE (BRIAN HUYNH)
2:30AM to 4AM HIPHOP/TOP40s/TWERK (THE MEKNX)

WATER LOUNGE (RM232) SATURDAY, MAY 27
7PM to 8PM STAFF PICKS, MOSTLY ALTERNATIVE/INDIE ROCK
8PM to 11PM SEAN BASS
11PM to 2AM MELVIS
2AM to 4AM STAFF PICKS, MOSTLY ALTERNATIVE/INDIE ROCK

CONTROLLER ROOM (RM233) SATURDAY, MAY 27

7PM to 8:30PM TRAP/DUBSTEP/HARDSTYLE (DATA DRAIN)
8:30PM to 10PM HARDCORE/DnB (THE ROSSKONIAN)
10PM to 11:30PM HOUSE (XONIK)
11:30PM to 1AM NUDISCO/HOUSE (SEAN BASS)
1AM to 3AM HARDCORE (DJ BJS)
3AM to 4AM BASS MUSIC (MANASOUL)

FRONT OF HOUSE (Almaden Lobby) SATURDAY, MAY 27
6PM to 10PM ANIMECON ELEVATOR MUSIC with PREYX
10PM to 11PM “U CAN SING, BUT CAN’T DANCE” with NP4P
11PM to 1AM TRIPHOP/DOWNTEMPO/DUB with DARK0

DAY 3
DAYTIME PROGRAMMING (RM 230, ENTRANCE THROUGH J CORRIDOR)
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies

1 PM to 3 PM BBOY Hangout w/OTAKU PASSPORT
3 PM to 6 PM KPOP DANCE PARTY with peterLo

EVENING PROGRAMMING (RM 230, 231, 232, 233, Almaden Terrace Lobby 7PM to 4AM)
Entrance through Almaden Lobby and Terrace
Badges Required/Rules Enforced/Code of Conduct Applies
Language must be family friendly before 10


MAIN ROOM (RM 230) SUNDAY, MAY 28
7pm to 8:30PM DJ ETERNAL of Q102 (HIPHOP)
8:30PM to 11PM MAJESTICHRIS of WYLD94.9 (HIPHOP/TOP40s)
11PM to 1AM KEONI (EDM/TOP40s)
1AM to 2:30AM COFUN (EDM/TRAP/DUBSTEP)
2:30AM to 4AM EHASH (EDM/TRANCE/HARDSTYLE/TWERK/TOP40s)

THEME ROOM (RM231) SUNDAY, MAY 28
7PM to 8:30PM HARDCORE HAPPYHOUR WITH DJET0
8:30PM to 10:30PM TECHNO/TECH HOUSE (EUPHORIK)
10:30PM to 12AM INDIE DANCE/ELECTRO CLASH (MELVIS)
12AM to 2AM EDM/DUBSTEP (KAMINARI)
2AM to 3:30AM VOCALOID/JPOP/JAPANESE EDM/TOUHOU (PREYX)

WATER LOUNGE (RM232) SUNDAY, MAY 28
7PM to 10PM NUDISCO (MELVIS)
10PM to 2AM SEAN BASS
2AM to 4AM STAFF PICKS, MOSTLY ALTERNATIVE/INDIE ROCK

CONTROLLER ROOM (RM233) SUNDAY, MAY 28

7PM to 9PM EDM/KPOP/JPOP (WELKS)
9PM to 11PM DJ ELI
11PM TO 12AM BASS/FUTURE HOUSE (NAKMATIC)
12AM TO 1:30AM HARDSTYLE (RAVECOW)
1:30AM TO 2:30AM GABBER/DnB/HARDCORE (THE ROSSKONIAN)
2:30AM TO 3:30AM ANIMECORE/HARDCORE (PIROKO)

FRONT OF HOUSE (ALMADEN LOBBY)) SUNDAY, MAY 28
6PM to 10PM ANIMECON ELEVATOR MUSIC with PREYX
10PM to 11PM “U CAN SING, BUT CAN’T DANCE” with NP4P
11PM to 12AM EXPERIMENTAL SOUNDSCAPES with EUPHORIK


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Live Programming and Events / Re: inhalers at the dance?
« on: May 25, 2016, 08:42:35 AM »
state your case at the entrance.  Your inhaler must fit in a pocket since it can't be used as an excuse to bring in a bag.

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this is an unofficial answer:

A fan event is an event or activity that requires resources that a normal panel room can't provide.

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General Convention Discussion / DAY ZERO EVENTS
« on: May 19, 2016, 03:27:54 AM »
The DAY ZERO DANCE IS open from 10PM to 2AM in RM 231/232/233

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General Convention Discussion / Re: 2016 Maps!
« on: May 18, 2016, 05:03:52 PM »
....not sure how the dance got to be so lucky to be the gateway to the maps, but since we're on this topic, we will be enforcing the "NO BAGS, NO EXCEPTIONS" rule, so keep in mind that fan storage is located in the Hilton Market Room.

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<REMOVED>

<ELECTED TO KEEP>:
It isn't like this is about warm fuzzies, sometimes it takes a change...but the constant barrage of negativity will turn away the good as well as the bad.

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General Convention Discussion / Re: 18+ Events/Badges
« on: April 18, 2016, 01:39:37 AM »
i've seen people switch badges all the time.  you should probably be asking how old they are if you are doing something that requires that..and on another note...shouldn't it be 18 not 21...I mean...Fanime is a dry convention...why would they differentiate who can drink or smoke (with the new cali law)....?

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Ideas and Suggestions / Re: Sponsorship?
« on: April 18, 2016, 01:34:59 AM »
<REMOVED>
<ELECTED TO RESTATE>
Touhoucon is definitely not the best example to use.

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Live Programming and Events / Re: Dance Battles?
« on: April 17, 2016, 06:45:24 PM »
The Dance Department chose not to pursue this for 2016.  If there is enough interest out there we can perhaps start to look at it for 2017.  Contact me if interested at dance[at]fanime.com

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Ideas and Suggestions / Re: Hosting a car event?
« on: March 23, 2016, 12:31:48 AM »
I was wondering if it is possible to create a car meet or host a car event associated or with Fanime? By creating a car event joined with Fanime, it will not only bring in more revenue but more people as well. Allowing both group to come together in a single week to have more experience for everyone. As people can enjoy the car scene or the animation scene. I'm pretty sure that many anime lovers are into cars, and car enthusiast are also into anime. I've had this idea in a long time and plan on holding a small car event. For cosplayers can be models if they wanted for the cars, and many photographers/cinematographer can come out and take these photos/videos. Also car companies may come out and maybe set up booths or etc. There are a lot of ideas to come to mind and many opportunities for everyone. If this is to happen, I hope on becoming a part of creating it. Please feel free to comment of your thoughts about the topic.
I've worked 2 other anime con associated car shows this year and I'm curious what are you basing the statement "bring in more revenue" is. (feel free to pm me)

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Live Programming and Events / FANIMECON 2016 DANCE - OFFICIAL THREAD
« on: March 16, 2016, 05:05:18 PM »
FANIMECON 2016 DANCE INFORMATION
Location: SJCC Rooms 230,231,232,233
When: DAY 0 (10PM to 2AM), DAY 1 (7PM to 4AM), DAY 2 (7PM to 4AM), DAY 3 (7PM to 4AM)

IMPORTANT CHANGES IN 2016

  ALL WATER DISPENSORS WILL BE LOCATED IN RM 233
  THE ENTRANCE TO THE DANCE WILL BE ON THE ALMADEN TERRACE
  THE EXHIBIT HALL 3 SIDE HALLWAY WILL BE EXIT and WHEELCHAIR ACCESS ONLY
  NEW RULE -> ALL UNATTENDED ITEMS WILL BE PICKED UP AND TURNED IN TO LOST & FOUND, DO NOT LEAVE ITEMS ON OR UNDER CHAIRS.

NOTICES

DO NOT ENTER THE DANCE IF YOU DO NOT WISH TO BE SUBJECT TO THE FOREGOING:

CROWD PHOTO RELEASE FORM
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT BY ENTERING THIS AREA, YOU CONSENT TO YOUR VOICE, NAME, AND/OR LIKENESS BEING USED, WITHOUT COMPENSATION, IN FILMS AND TAPES FOR EXPLOITATION IN ANY AND ALL MEDIA, WHETHER NOW KNOWN OR HEREAFTER DEVISED, FOR ETERNITY, AND YOU RELEASE FANIMECON, ITS SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS AND LICENSEES FROM ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER OF ANY NATURE.

PHOTOSENSITIVITY AND RISK OF SEIZURE WARNING
PERFORMANCES INCORPORATE STROBE AND STROBE BASED EFFECTS.

ATMOSPHERIC EFFECT WARNING
PERFORMANCES MIGHT INCORPORATE USE OF A HAZE MACHINE.

HYDRATION STATION RELOCATION
FOR FANIMECON 2016 DANCE, HYDRATION OR WATER STATIONS HAVE BEEN RELOCATED FROM THE HALLWAY TO RM. 233

AGE RESTRICTIONS
THE DANCE IS OPEN TO ALL AGES. HOWEVER, WE SUGGEST THAT CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE OF 13 BE ACCOMPANIED BY A RESPONSIBLE ADULT.  AFTER 10PM THE LYRICAL CONTENT MAY NOT BE SUITABLE FOR THOSE UNDER 18.

PRIVATE EVENT NOTICE
THE FANIMECON DANCE IS A PRIVATE EVENT HOSTED FOR THE ATTENDEES AND MEMBERS OF FANIMECON. AN OFFICIAL FANIMECON BADGE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY ON DAYS 1,2,3.  ADMISSION TICKETS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE DOOR.

UNATTENDED ITEMS
ALL UNATTENDED ITEMS WILL BE PICKED UP AND TURNED INTO “LOST AND FOUND”.


RULES

The FanimeCon Code of Conduct applies to the Dance with the following additional rules. Failure to comply will lead to ejection from the dance and possible suspension of FanimeCon membership privileges. 

• Once you leave the dance event area, you will have to wait in line to re-enter.
• Attendees may be subject to a precursory security check.
• No outside food or beverages are allowed in the dance. Sealed containers (even purchased in the dealer’s hall) will not be allowed in. Water Stations are available inside.
• Bags will not be allowed in to the dance (even if it’s part of your cosplay).  Fan Storage is available in the Hilton Market Room.  Small purses, personal pouches, and storage components on cosplays are subject to inspection prior to being admitted into the dance.
• Prescription Medicine will not be allowed in the dance.  Fan Storage is available in the Hilton. 
• Physical and/or verbal harassment of any kind will not be tolerated.
• Large props will not be allowed in the dance (larger than 24 inches). Attendees might be asked to put away props of any size if they are determined to be a potential danger to others.
• Chemical based glow products (I.E. glow sticks, necklaces,or bracelets) are not allowed in the dance, but LED based lighting utilities are allowed as long as they do not represent an immediate danger to others (I.E.: LED SWINGING POI GLOBES).
• No "Laser Gloves" or laser pointers will be allowed.
• E-Cigarette use or vaping inside the convention center is strictly prohibited and illegal.  Vapes and e-cigarettes are not allowed in to the dance.  If you are caught with one inside, you will be ejected.
• Only authorized personnel are allowed on the stage.
• No prop or coat check is available inside the dance.  All unattended items will be picked up and turned in to “Lost and Found”. Fan Storage and Lost&Found is located in the Hilton.



DJ PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
DAY 0 RM 231
10PM to 11PM DJ Sandman
11PM to 12AM Kaminari
12AM to 1AM eHash
1AM to 2AM PreyX

DAY 0 RM 232
10PM to 11PM TBA
11PM to 12AM DJ X-Kun
12AM to 1AM Green Virus
1AM to 2AM DJ peterLo

DAY 1 Main Room
8PM to 10PM KEPIK
10PM to 12AM ADAPT
12AM to 2AM DATASLAVE
2AM to 4AM KOMODO

DAY 1 THEME ROOM
7PM to 7:30PM DJ UNICORNITA
7:30PM to 8:30PM BIG ROOM HOUSE/MELBOURNE (DJ X-KUN)
8:30PM to 10PM TOUHOU (PreyX)
10PM to 11:30PM TRANCE (BRIAN HUYNH)
11:30PM to 1AM HIP HOP/TOP 40s (KEPIK)
1AM to 2AM TECH HOUSE (DJ XONIK)
2AM to 4AM THE MEKNX

DAY 1 CONTROLLER ROOM
7PM to 8:30PM HARDCORE (DJ Ravecow)
8:30PM to 10PM BASS (ALAN SOUL)
10PM to 11:30PM DJ SANDMAN
11:30PM to 1AM HARDCORE (MUZIK GENESIS)
1AM to 2AM VOCALOID (Revolution Boi)
2AM to 3AM JCORE/ANIME MUSIC (Piroko)
3AM to 4AM DJ peterLo

DAY 2 MAIN ROOM
8PM to 10PM Revolution Boi
10PM to 12AM 219 Boys
12AM to 2AM DJ eHash
2AM to 3AM Wooshay
3AM to 4AM TBA

DAY 2 THEME ROOM
7PM to 8:30PM TBA
 Unfortunately, DJ Greechy originally scheduled for the 7 to 8:30PM slot will be unable to attend FanimeCon 2016
8:30PM to 10PM HARDCORE (Dark0)
10PM to 11:30PM KPOP (DJ peterLo)
11:30PM to 1:30AM HIP HOP/TOP 40s (DJ SANDMAN)
1:30AM to 4AM EDM (Kaminari)

DAY 2 CONTROLLER ROOM
7PM to 8:30PM HARDSTYLE/JCORE/TOUHOU (Green Virus)
8:30PM to 10PM EDM (Dead Kruiser)
10PM to 11:30PM DJ Jesse Uppercut
11:30PM to 1AM EDM (Badcat)
1AM to 2:30AM EDM (DJ Kooba)
2:30AM to 4AM DJ peterLo

DAY 3 MAIN ROOM
8PM to 10PM MajestiChris
10PM to 12AM Keoni
12AM to 2AM TBA (SEQUENCE will be unable to make it in 2016)
2AM to 4AM PreyX

DAY 3 THEME ROOM
7PM to 8:30PM VOCALOID (Revolution Boi)
8:30PM to 10PM HARDCORE (Dark0)
10PM to 12AM DJ Peatz
11:30PM to 1:30AM TBA
1:30AM to 4AM DJ eHash

DAY 3 CONTROLLER ROOM
7PM to 8:30PM HARDSTYLE/JCORE/TOUHOU (Green Virus)
8:30PM to 10PM EDM (Dead Kruiser)
10PM to 11:30PM Bass (Alan Soul)
11:30PM to 1AM HARDCORE (DJ BJS)
1AM to 2AM ANIME MUSIC/JCORE (DJet0)
2AM to 4AM DJ peterLo



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Ideas and Suggestions / Re: Sponsorship?
« on: November 16, 2015, 05:10:21 PM »
Sponsorship is not free money, and with every sponsor comes a new set of rules and requirements.  Also, if a big sponsor comes in one year and pulls out for the future, could the con sustain expectations?  If you sell out just a little, you might end up selling out on everything..look at levi's stadium.

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General Convention Discussion / Re: Thoughts on Cosplay is Not Consent?
« on: October 13, 2015, 10:14:02 PM »
"Cosplay is not consent" is definitely a term that those in the community are familiar with and understand, but as someone
earlier pointed out...what about people who only go to FanimeCon or are first timers.  From my own experience I can offer the following thoughts:

10 things to remember as a cosplayer:
 (1) Never do anything you are uncomfortable with.
 (2) Ask the photographers information before agreeing to be photographed.  At the very least take a picture of them or their badge.
 (3) It's your right to refuse.  If you are uncomfortable, decline. If they follow you, find a staff member.
 (4) Use your best judgement. (never believe someone when they say it's for their "Private" collection)
 (5) ^ If you feel like your judgement is impaired, schedule a different time.
 (6) If you feel pressured or extorted into something, walk away and find a staff member.
 (7) Professional photographers will never touch you.  This is a common amateur mistake.  Let them know it's not ok.
 (8) Theoretically, if you are under 18, you can't sign a release, your guardian has to.
 (9) Report anything unethical or suspicious.
 (10) A lot of attendees (cosplayers and photographers) might be awkward/socially inexperienced.  If you see someone in a bad situation, help them out by finding a staff member/rover (or call the # on the back of your badge).  A few years ago I witnessed a few underage girls posing in troubling poses.  I went and got a rover.  The cosplayers might have been game for it, but often time people (not just youth) forget that these pictures could follow you for the rest of your life.

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Ideas and Suggestions / Re: Age Segragated Dance
« on: September 08, 2015, 10:47:50 PM »
We will review the feasibility of an age separated dance.  Please realize with a nightly attendance of 2200 to 4700 it is not realistic to do that many id checks.  It is more realistic to do an Under 18 Only event.

Mod edit: its called a dance

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Live Programming and Events / Re: Dance Battles?
« on: July 21, 2015, 12:27:49 AM »
if no one responds by September, I'll consider this a lack of interest and leave it to stage zero again. :)

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General Convention Discussion / Re: Official Convention Feedback
« on: July 08, 2015, 02:01:26 AM »
I stand corrected in my earlier response.  The first aid station was NOT marked on this year's maps.

I know this isn't the right place for me to post this, but I feel like it could catalyze additional helpful comments from other non-staffers.

A simpler Mobile Website (that didn't necessarily have the tremendous amount of images eating away at my data plan) which was a little more straight to the point.

After Con starts, a section on the website (mobile and full browser)  specifically for corrections to the program guide/pocket guide should be created.  2 of the biggest errors in the printed versions were the time and location of Fan storage (naming was also not consistant).  This is important because while con ops/prog ops might have been notified of the change, infodesks still use the published sources (website -> prog guide/pocket guide -> then radio escalation to prog ops) as a reference.  That means that if something is printed wrong and a change is reported to prog ops, that information didn't seem to get passed on to the infodesks unless asked to escalate over the radio.  Ideally, this would include errors (i.e.: fan storage, first aid), changes (i.e.: fan storage hours of operation, dance bag rule), cancellations (i.e.: who wants to walk to the fairmont just to discover the panel was cancelled), or warnings/notices (i.e.: corridor 3 Bathrooms for SJCC staff use only until 3, access elevators out of service, water fountains near artist alley have low water pressure, APBs on individuals of interest that people should be careful of, and perhaps one day even shuttle or parking lot status).

Perhaps a randomizer button app on the mobile website for "I don't know what to do <right now> or at <time>" that picks something random on the schedule and responds with "Why don't you try ...."

I guess a side question...how come the concessions in the back of ex. hall 3 are never open?  Even though it's not much healthier, it's gotta be better for late night snacks then whatever is left of the pastries at peete's.

It might be cost prohibitive or not work with the current registration system, but perhaps people who take photos of cosplayers should register (when they pick up their badge) getting a visible registration number for their camera strap (similar to peacebonding) so that if someone has a problem with them they are more easily identifiable (this would require attendees to recognize this effort and always ask for a photographer's reg # before posing).  Additionally, if photographers later post their galleries, they could label it based on their photographer reg# and people would know where to look.


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