Twiztid Launching New Pop Culture Convention Next Year


Twiztid have announced that they will be launching their very own pop culture convention next year which will dubbed the Astronomicon and will feature appearances from wrestling legend Mick Foley, horror icon Sid Haig, Friday the 13th star Kane Hodder.

The inaugural event is scheduled to take place on February 9th through 11th of next year in at the Wyndham Garden Sterling Heights, just outside of the duo's native Detroit.

They had the following to say, "We've always said if we did a convention it would be this way and that way... and it's finally all serious now and this is actually happening! We are excited out of this world - pardon the pun but we feel strongly that we can and will turn this into an annual event that will become a staple in entertainment amongst the convention scene. Growing up as nerdies we've attended everything from Comic Cons to Star Trek Conventions so we know what we, as nerdies, want this to be."


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