MomoCon is about more than just the yearly convention every May. Since 2006, MomoCon on Tour has been traveling all over the Southeast hosting photoshoots, dances, art events, game days, tournaments and more! MomoCon on Tour is a great way to experience tiny pieces of MomoCon, some of which may not be able to do at the convention due to logistics and manpower. Some of the events we host are themed (like the Middle Georgia Massacre), and some raise money for various charities (like the Pretty in Pink Ball). MomoCon On Tour lets you continue enjoying MomoCon events throughout the year!
MomoCon hosts on-location photoshoots to show off your costumes. Photographers and models will have the opportunity to take the photos they want in the good company of their fellow cosplayers without the crowds and hardships of trying to make a cosplay last through a convention day.
Volunteer photographers are on site to capture cosplayers in their glory against a variety of backgrounds. Some photoshoot events may include foliage, water features, and rustic structures, while others might be more modern, beachy, or even spooky. Join with your friends for a day of lasting memory and FUN!!
UPCOMING PHOTOSHOOTS – COSPLAYERS ON ICE
The January Cosplayers on Ice information is TBA, thanks to all who joined us for the December event!
MomoCon’s most popular and largest photoshoot is Cosplayers On Ice. Many cosplayers (and non cosplayers) come out to ice skate, partake in the photoshoot, enjoy the atmosphere, and visit with the MomoCon community at this annual winter event. Typically held in early December in Atlanta, (and often again in Chattanooga or elsewhere in the Southeast region), this is a must-do-event for many MomoCon fans!
Stay tuned for the dates for Cosplayers On Ice events held this winter.
Generally, photoshoot rules will follow the same guidelines set forth in our Convention Policies , however occasionally, the venue or area for the photoshoot will have more specific rules. Please check the individual event page on Facebook for more details.
Etiquette for Cosplay Photographers -Ask for permission. -Respect the cosplayer and other Photographers. -Remind the cosplayer that the photos might be made public.
Etiquette for Cosplayers – Know when to say “NO”, don’t ever do anything that your uncomfortable with. – Know your physical limitations, don’t strain yourself posing. – Don’t attack, slander and/or quarrel with other cosplayers. – HAVE FUN!!
Some of the most memorable MomoCon photoshoots are Middle Georgia Massacre, Fall Photoshoot at Life University, Spring Photoshoot at Millennium Gate, Historic Rhodes Hall, various shoots in South Carolina, Chattanooga, Huntsville, Savannah, and 10+ years of MomoCon Cosplayers On Ice!
To see photos from past photoshoots, visit the MomoCon Flickr and look for the album for the specific event.
MomoCon is happy to present formal and semi-formal dance events, with previous partners including the Georgia Aquarium, Dragon Con, and various charity organizations! We have hosted more than a dozen dance/formal ball events, typically once a year, over the past 10 years.
MomoCon’s annual dance will take place January 18th at the Georgia Tech Student Center. Come in your best semi-formal outfits, our cosplay and dance the night away.
Join MomoCon for the return of our Winter Ball, a dance event to be held January 18th, 2020 in the Ballroom at Georgia Tech. Dance the night away to tunes new and classic, with light hors d-oeuvres and good friends! This event will be 80s/90s retro themed so feel free to come in your best semi-formal retro attire, side-pony and bedazzled jackets ahoy!
ADMISSION & PARKING
The main Student Center lot is a flat $10 fee during the event, other lots vary in price.
Most MomoCon dances have a dress code that is Semi-Formal (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semi-formal), generally meaning button-down shirt and tie or suit for men and long or short dress for women (or vice versa in the case of crossplay). Costumes ARE allowed, so long as they are semi-formal. Formal dress is also allowed at Semi-Formal events.
Acceptable alternatives include: -Formal military wear (or costumes of formal military wear) -Full kimono, properly worn -Cocktail dresses
Should a lady dislike dresses and prefer men’s wear, they may refer to the gentlemen’s dress code for appropriate attire. Should a gentleman dislike menswear and prefer dresses, they may refer to the ladies’ dress code for appropriate attire. At no point is satire or comedic intent via inappropriate dress allowed.
Please refrain from wearing the following: -T-Shirts, Jeans, and Shorts -Tennis Shoes and Flip Flops -Trench coats or other outerwear -Wings, Jetpacks, or other large accessories
Weapons of any kind, real or prop, will not be permitted.
Occasionally, we will host a dance with a Formal dress code (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formal_wear). The details of the event will clearly list whether the dress code is Semi-Formal or Formal for every dance.
Previous dance themes include Pretty in Pink, Winter Wonderland, Soda Pop Dance, Crystal Ball at the Georgia Aquarium, Winter Formal, Twilight Masquerade, Cosmic Ball, Black & White Ball, and more! To see photos of past dances, visit the MomoCon Flickr and look for the album for the specific event.
We at MomoCon on Tour host tournaments and analog game days throughout the year! Stay tuned for information on upcoming game days.
MomoCon Game Days are open to all, almost always free to attend, and in conjunction with local stores and venues that are awesome for open play throughout the year, not just on a game day!
PREVIOUS GAMING EVENTS
Over the past decade, MomoCon On Tour has consistently averaged 2-4 gaming events each year. Previous locations include Wastelands and Anime-zing Escape game shops, Giga-Bites and Cool Hands cafes, and other event spaces at Georgia Tech and the Riverside EpiCenter near Six Flags. While Tabletop Game Days are the most frequent type of gaming events, we have hosted video game tournaments, Esports events, and retro gaming events covering a variety of titles and genres.
Want to be a part of an upcoming game day? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for info on running games, participating, or getting trained to teach games at MomoCon as part of our Tabletop Gaming volunteer staff!
In addition to the standard events, we at MomoCon like to tantalize you with a plethora of assorted offerings and alternative events that you might not see anywhere else. MomoCon volunteer Photographers will be on hand for most of these events to take photos of participants attending and cosplaying at the event. Photos will be available online after the event at no charge, via the MomoCon Flickr.
We are always looking for new and innovative events, including (but not limited to) art contests, screenings, karaoke, swap meets, workshops, and much more! Got a suggestion for a MomoCon on Tour event? Let us know! We are always looking for the next opportunity to host events all throughout the Southeast!
Peach Jam 2019will be MomoCon’s very first Game Jam, a 24-hour game development event at 4o4 Esports for up and coming developers! The game jam will have a specified theme that participants (together on teams, maximum 4 per team) must create a game within a 24-hour time frame relating to that theme. Open to students, professionals, artists, designers, coders, and anyone who wants to test their skills at making a game!
THE ANIME VILLAGE AT JAPANFEST!
Mid September in Duluth, GA MomoCon is happy to partner with Japanfest, the Southeast’s largest Japanese cultural festival, to bring the Anime Village! Featuring guests, speakers, vendors, and games, the Anime Village has a little something for all fans! Join JapanFest for a great celebration of Japanese food, fashion, history, and culture!!
Labor Day Weekend in Atlanta, GA MomoCon has partnered with Dragon Con to bring the excellent Japanese arcades from Tokyo Attack that you can find in the Gaming Hall at MomoCon! From Dance Dance Revolution, to Initial D Arcade Stage 7 AAX, continue your gaming after MomoCon and move, groove, and get your arcade on at Dragon Con too!
With the resources and connections MomoCon has garnered through the years, we have hosted unique On Tour events including a formal afternoon tea at the Swan Coach House, Workshop events including Christmas Crafting or Bento Classes, Pokemon GO events in Douglasville and Lawrenceville, Cosplay Bowling at the Riverside EpiCenter near Six Flags, Geeks and Brews! or Adult Karaoke at Southern Sky Brewery, Movie Screenings for films such as How To Train Your Dragon 3 and more!