This Weekend at Dragon*Con

So here’s the full poop (eeew) on our upcoming weekend at Dragon*Con in Atlanta…

Our main performance will be at the Nuts on the Road: Gonzo Sound & Vision Film Fest, on Saturday at 10 pm in the Hyatt Regency VI & VII. We will be performing for roughly 60 minutes at the start of the event; there will be a vast bounty of prizes to be given away during our set and through the entire fest. (Real ones, not just snack foods!)

Nextly, we will also be taking part in "Nuts on the Road: THE PANEL SHOW", a British-style panel/quiz show, on Sunday at 5:30 pm in Marriott Rooms A601-A602. Others on the panels will be Dana Snyder (Aqua Teen Hunger Force), Doc Hammer (Venture Bros.), Robert Llewellyn (Red Dwarf), and John "Widgett" Robinson (Needcoffee.com). Neat-o!

Lastly, we will also have a merchandise table in the Band Concourse area most of the weekend (but especially Saturday and Sunday). Please come by and say "hello," and buy as much as humanly possible. Because we’ve shipped a crapload of merchandise to Atlanta, and the thought of having to ship it all back home makes us whimper uncontrollably. And nobody wants that.

Also, if they sell authentic, fully-functioning lightsabers, we’re totally buying a couple. (Not the app that makes your iPhone sound like a lightsaber; we mean the real kind, the ones that can cut through steel) Here’s hoping!

4 Comments

  1. Posted August 27, 2008 at 12:49 pm | Permalink

    I have to say I was pretty nervous at first to click on “crapload” – I mean it is Paul and Storm, after all. But false alarm, it’s totally SFW.

  2. Ariel
    Posted August 28, 2008 at 8:13 am | Permalink

    So glad you guys are making it to con. Hope you have a good time there.

  3. Rox of spazhouse
    Posted September 2, 2008 at 5:30 am | Permalink

    Thanks for coming guys! The Sound and Vision was great.

    Get this Kids, Paul and Storm Stickers make great bandaides in an emergency.

  4. CoffeeJedi
    Posted September 2, 2008 at 9:57 am | Permalink

    Great show guys! I’ve had Dana Snyder’s “Prize Music” stuck in my head for

    days though.

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