Posted by Dustin on July 17, 2007 at 05:41 PM CST
Coming October 20-21, 2007, the Sci-Fi Expo celebrates the 30th anniversary of STAR WARS Official Pix style! Come meet special celebrity and media guests, talented comic book artists, a huge exhibit hall full of collectibles and memorabilia, and much more. Make sure you hold the date for what will certainly be a must attend event for STAR WARS fans everywhere.

FAN DAY Highlights Include:
  • Meet STAR WARS actors and special guests.
  • Official stop of the very popular FAN CLUB Breakfast.
  • Meet talented STAR WARS comic artists!
  • Hear the latest news direct from Lucasfilm’s own Steve Sansweet on the upcoming CLONE WARS cartoon series, & live action TV project!
  • Exclusive Official Pix merchandise & much more!

    Tickets: Pick the admission that is right for you! Choose from VIP, SpeedPass, or our FREE General Admission ticket. Details on the limited VIP and SpeedPass tickets coming soon!

    When: Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 12noon-5pm. As an added benefit, VIP and SpeedPass will be allowed into the exhibit hall and the autograph room at 10am on Saturday.

    Where: Plano Convention Center (just north of Dallas) located at 2000 E Spring Creek Parkway in Plano.

    For more details, click here.
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