Posted by Dustin on February 6, 2016 at 05:12 PM CST

We are pleased to announce the Collecting Track for Star Wars Celebration Europe 2016 in London, England on July 15-17, 2015. Similar to past Star Wars Celebration events, the collecting program is the place where Star Wars collectors spanning all levels and interests come together to participate in talks, panels, and activities around the Star Wars collecting hobby.

The Star Wars Collecting Track is a completely fan-run event. All of the panelists and presenters for the collecting program are fans like you from the Star Wars collecting community. Panels consist of discussion topics with 1-4 presenters leading a detailed discussion about some area or aspect of Star Wars collecting. If you are interested in being a Star Wars Celebration Collecting Track presenter, please submit the following panel information to me at by March 31, 2016:

Panel Information
Panel Title:
Program Description (3-4 sentences):
Have you present this Panel at another Celebration before?
If so when?
Have you presented this Panel at other conventions or conferences before?
Do you plan to offer giveaways? If so, what?
Moderator: Name, Email, and Phone Number
Panelist(s) (up to 3 more in addition to moderator): Name, Email, and Phone Number

We will reply to everyone submitting a panel proposal by April 30, 2016 with a decision about panel selection.
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