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Jam-packed with legendary folks everywhere you look, these performers radiate amusement and entertainment with their uncanny talents.

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  • Atlanta Radio Theatre Company

    ARTC has been performing original audio drama since 1984. Specializing in science fiction, horror, and fantasy, but branching out into other genres as well, Atlanta Radio Theatre Company brings audiences throughout the southeast region an audio experience specifically designed to immerse the listener in the performance.

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  • The Blibbering Humdingers

    The Blibbering Humdingers are magical masters of musical hi-jinx and mayhem will wizard rock the tea towel right off your house elf! Their unique blend of 80s new wave, 50s do-wop, straight up pop rock, and old-timey sing-songy comedy will leave you laughing and crying for more.

  • Brobdingnagian Bards

    The Brobdingnagian Bards take traditional Irish and Scottish folk songs, mix it up with Lord of the Rings music to create a unique brand of Celtic Filk. And when they say "unique," believe it! How many bands do YOU know that play autoharp, recorder, and mandolin...while wearing KILTS?!

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  • Crüxshadows

    One of the most notable dark-wave bands internationally, The Crüxshadows' motto is "live, love, be, believe," and it serves as a reminder that while The Crüxshadows may write catchy songs, the band has depth that extends beyond the dance floor.

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  • Erin Hill

    Singing harpist Erin Hill (aka Dave Chappelle’s “Pretty White Girl”) performs original sci-fi songs, plus covers (Bowie, Beatles, Radiohead…) with her electric harp. She’s played and sung with Cyndi Lauper, Kanye, Enya, moby, a-ha, Jewel, for two First Ladies, and for royalty. 

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  • Frenchy and the Punk

    Eclectic genre-bending New York Cabaret Rock Duo w/french born singer and veteran punk rock guitarist. Sultry powerful vocals, live looped raucous guitar riffs, named top 25 duos in America by Yahoo Music. A rollicking two person powerhouse. Fun with a capital F!

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  • Hawthorn & Holly

    Hawthorn & Holly are a pop punk band that plays songs about Harry Potter. Started in 2007, these wizards hail from Charlotte, North Carolina. Leah Hamm and Christie Mowery weave gorgeous harmonies with Eddie Mowery on guitars and Dave Beaucar of Baltimore, MD on bass.

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  • Jess-O-Lantern

    Jess-O-Lantern is a spooky songstress! She is acoustic horrorpunk with a a graveyard! She has performed at conventions such as Dragon Con, Horror Hound Weekend, and more, and shared the stage stage with spooky songwriters such as Aurelio Voltaire and Argyle Goolsby. To Jess-O-Lantern, EVERY DAY IS HALLOWEEN!

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  • LandLoch'd

    From the highlands of Scotland and the Moor-infested plains of Spain, two men met upon the seas and decided to share their love of Celtic and pirate music with the masses. LandLoch’d plays music that ranges from traditional Irish tunes to voice-and-drum sea shanties, along with modern Celtic pub favorites.

  • Lips Down on Dixie

    Lips Down On Dixie is an Atlanta based Rocky Horror Picture Show cast which performs weekly Friday midnight shows at The Plaza Theater. Known nationally for their screen accuracy, the cast has made appearances at venues around the Southeast region including Masquerade, Club Future, Chamber, Tongue & Groove, and others.

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  • Mikey Mason

    A nationally touring performer, and with hits with "She Don’t Like Firefly," "Best Game Ever," and "Opposite of Cool," Mikey Mason is a ball of contagious enthusiasm who makes songs that make geeks happy. A truly must-see event each time he performs.

  • Misbehavin' Maidens

    Performing in cosplay, pirate garb, and occasionally plain clothes, The Misbehavin' Maidens are a bawdy nerd-folk band comprised of four women from the Washington, D.C./Baltimore area with a love and repertoire of feminist, sex-positive music, LGBTQIA+ representation, parodies, and fandom references.

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  • Night Sabers

    Night Sabers play nerd pop music about video games, anime, and comic books. Imagine if Tom Petty and Debbie Harry played too much NES growing up and you're starting to get an idea! Their new record, Welcome to Saber School just came out, and the future is looking Saber-riffic!

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  • Tom Smith

    Tom Smith has been breaking hearts, shattering minds, and violating rules of propriety since 1985. His quirky mix of fannish sensibilities, outrageous puns, high-energy folk-rock-etc., and audience interaction has resulted in over two dozen albums and a fan base that extends around the world. 

  • Cybertronic Spree

    More than meets the eye, The Cybertronic Spree are here on Earth with one critical mission: To party like it’s 1986! Join Hotrod, Arcee, Rumble, Unicron, Soundwave, Bumblebee, Shockwave and a Quintesson as they prove they’ve got the power to light your darkest hour.

  • Steam Powered Giraffe

    From their heartwarming nostalgic melodies to their funky cabaret rock, Steam Powered Giraffe’s songs are memorable, infectious, and as unique as the robots themselves. The quirky act combines comedic sketches, improvised android banter, and original music fused with multimedia visuals, billowing steam effects, and robot pantomime.

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  • The PDX Broadsides

    Nerd-pop powerhouse trio The PDX Broadsides make nerdy music for nerdy people about their favorite things: science, space, Shakespeare, and Nathan Fillion's bum. They've played all over the U.S. and they're ready to share their new album with Dragon Con!

  • Atlanta Trombone Ensemble

    The Atlanta Trombone Ensemble started in 1997 and continues today as one of the premier community trombone ensembles in America. Members come from the Atlanta area music community, and consist of professional musicians, educators, and weekend warriors who all share a love of the trombone.

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  • Valentine Wolfe

    Valentine Wolfe is a neoclassical metal/gothic ambient duo consisting of soprano, solo double bass, and prepared electronics. Inspired by seances, post-mortem photography, and gothic literature, 2018 saw two new releases: The Haunting of Mary Shelley, a celebration of Frankenstein, and sounds of a ghostly Christmas, Winternight Whisperings.


Due to professional commitments, the following previously confirmed guests will not be able to attend Dragon Con this year.

  • Ed Brisson
  • Bethany Brookshire
  • Rachel Caine
  • Jason Cordova
  • Kacey Ezell
  • Sean Galloway
  • Jeremy Gillula
  • John Hornor Jacobs
  • Jack McDevitt
  • Jorge Molina
  • James A. Moore
  • Jai Nitz
  • Justin K Parker
  • Jonathan Tarbox
  • Greg Tremblay






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