We had a great 2013 show with wonderful guests and we will soon begin to work on our 2014 lineup. Check back here for updates!


Anaria is a trending symphonic metal band from Boston releasing the first of a four volume series entitled Seasons of the Mind starting in Spring 2014.

Atlanta Radio Theatre Company
Performing live audio drama for 30 years, The Atlanta Radio Theatre Company has been a fixture at Dragon Con since the beginning.

Canadian electro act Ayria combines futuristic-cyber-anime-industrial-goth-princess aesthetic with energetic, nonstop danceable live shows. 

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Bella Morte
Bella Morte is an energetic, melodic, evocative act that explores themes of love, loss, tragedy, hope, and horror through music, with haunting synths, blazing guitar riffs, pounding percussion, and dark, crooner-esque vocals.

Brobdingnagian Bards
The Brobdingnagian Bards are back with a new CD of Celtic absurdity. They mix traditional Irish and Scottish folk songs with Lord of the Rings music to create a unique brand of Celtic filk. 

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One of the most notable Dark-wave bands internationally, The Cruxshadows may write catchy songs, but the band has also depth that extends beyond the dance floor.

Crossed Swords
Nicole Harsch and Mike Sakuta, the Crossed Swords, flourish broadswords, rapiers, and even batlefs clash in their dazzling displays of Hollywood-style combat.

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dj BC
dj BC is best known for his mashup album projects, including The Beastles (Beastie Boys vs The Beatles), and is resident DJ/remixer for Big D and The Kids Table.

DJ Spider
DJ Spider is a nerdy, geeky DJ with fingers in '80s, '90s, dance, ebm, goth, industrial, and synthpop, plus whatever else comes along.

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Emerald Rose
Emerald Rose is genre-defying ensemble whose music ranges from traditional Celtic to mythic and fantasy, with a heavy dose of whimsical comedy and homages to favorite pop culture references.

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The Ghosts Project
Based around sizzling gypsy violin and pounding drums, The Ghosts Project is an improvised music ensemble featuring a revolving lineup of special and unique musical guests.

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I:Scintilla is a female-fronted electronic-rock quartet from Chicago that performs metal-infused electronica signature with elements of synth pop, trip-hop, and indie electro.

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Jabulani is a long-time resident DJ and photographer for Bootie Boston.  He has spun parties all over the US, from San Fransisco to New York, keeping the dance floor moving with a mix of his own and the world’s best and freshest mashups.

Jig to a Milestone
Jig to a Milestone is an eclectic Celtic folk duo that uses unusual instruments like the hammered dulcimer, bouzouki, cittern, and more to bring you their unique spin on traditional and modern music.

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Lips Down on Dixie
Lips Down On Dixie is an Atlanta-based Rocky Horror Picture Show cast that performs weekly Friday midnight shows at The Plaza Theater and is known nationally for their screen accuracy.

Little Jen
Award-winning DJ little Jen is happy behind turntables and laptops playing everything from dubstep to 80s music. Want a downtempo DJ for your hookah lounge? Need a stadium DJ to pump your crowd at 4am? DJ little Jen does it all, most recently at Dragon Con 2012.

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Marquis of Vaudeville
Marquis of Vaudeville is a Musical Menagerie of Melodic Mischief featuring theatrical progressive psychedelic punk cabaret fusing timeworn elements of the old world with newfangled innovation.

Mikey Mason
Melodic geek rock from the nationally touring comedian who gave the world "She Don't Like Firefly," as seen on NBC,,, and more.

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Nerf Herder
Nerf Herder is best known for writing and performing the theme for the iconic Joss Whedon television show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.

New York Jedi
New York Jedi is a stage-combat team that teaches and performs utilizing the iconic weapon of sci-fi fandom, the light saber.

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Pandora Celtica
Pandora Celtica is a five-part acapella group that performs pirate, Celtic, faerie, and fandom music.

Beth Patterson
Beth Patterson is a virtuoso bouzouki player and singer-songwriter, specializing in traditional Celtic, original songs, and twisted parodies, some with a science fiction bend.

Pimpdaddysupreme is a DJ/producer/"infringementalist" whose mashups, cut/paste creations, and audio oddities have been featured in Spin Magazine, Wired, and The New York Times and on NPR's All Things Considered.

Platform One
Platform One is a drum, synth, and vocal trio known for crowd-engaging, high-energy shows. They’ve opened for Ego Likeness, Covenant, and Icon of Coil and have appeared on Electronic Saviors.

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Sci-Fried is powerful Geek Rock about nerdy things like Star Wars, video games, ninjas, and zombies, brought to the stage with a combination of hard-hitting music and over the top antics.

Scratch River Telegraph Company
Scratch River Telegraph Company comes from the mountains of West Virginia, and all the members are avid comic book fans, which spills over into not only their original music but also into the covers that they choose.

Tom Smith
Tom Smith is composer of the official chantey for Talk Like A Pirate Day, music for Steve Jackson Games, Girl Genius's Transylvania Polygnostic University Fight Song, and the Jim Henson tribute "A Boy And His Frog."

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The Blibbering Humdingers
The Blibbering Humdingers perform comedic wizard rock, Harry Potter filks, and other goofy music for nerds.

The Cog is Dead
The Cog is Dead is an energetic, time-traveling steampunk musical act whose mix of fun, catchy music ranges from bouncy and whimsical to dark and sinister.  

The Gekkos
The Gekkos are an accordion/keytar rock band from Florida that writes songs about sci-fi, video games, and space pirates.

The Gin Rebellion
The Gin Rebellion is the musical collective that performs a blend of retro-folk/steampunk fusion spanning several continents and decades.

The Ken Spivey Band
The Ken Spivey Band is a Time Lord Rock Band that combines Victorian steampunk with Celtic revelry.

The Nathaniel Johnstone Band
The vibrant sound of the The Nathaniel Johnstone Band crosses boundaries and borders, resulting in a blend of European, Middle Eastern, and South American music with jazz, rock, surf, folk, gothic, and steampunk influences.

The Wolves of Chernobyl
The Wolves of Chernobyl is a progressive folk act that uses songs about math, binary code, the devil, pickpockets, Prometheus, and Civil War prisons to talk about about relationships, both simple and complex

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Unwoman is a San Francisco-based cellist-singer-songwriter, a favorite solo act at major steampunk, goth, and sci-fi-related events all over North America.

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Aurelio Voltaire
Voltaire is a musician, media personality, and respected authority on all things gothic, horror, sci-fi, steampunk, and all thing related to “geek” culture.

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Weep (Featuring Doc Hammer)

Weep is a rock band from New York City, headlined by Doc Hammer, whose music combines elements of ethereal wave, gothic rock, shoegazing, post-punk, and synthpop.

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