Started in 2011, Talent for Cons was created as a new way to approach booking Guests for conventions. The TFC parent company, Green Mustard Entertainment, owns and operates a number of fan conventions across the North America. Since 2001, they have designed entertainment for their own conventions and dozens of others. Through these experiences, we have developed a number of relationships with some amazing performers… and we’ve worked with them to help create a streamlined process for booking them at conventions and pop culture events.
Talent For Cons is run by people who run conventions, not “that guy.” We know what you’re looking for and what you need to know to make sure you and your Guest create an amazing experience for your attendees!
We understand how hard it is running a convention. The last thing you need to worry about is whether you’ve covered all the needs expected for your talent. WE MAKE IT EASY.
So read some of our testimonials, check out our talent roster, and then book some talent today. We look forward to helping create a professional connection with your event and an amazing experience for your attendees!
Since starting out back 2011, Talent For Conventions has helped secure talent for events all across the globe! We’ve booked talent for:
80s Toy Expo in Toronto, ON, Canada
Anime Expo® in Los Angeles, CA
Auto Assembly in Birmingham, West Midlands, UK
Charticon in Charlotte, NC
Dragon Con in Atlanta, GA
Fanboy Expo in Tampa, FL
FanimeCon in San Jose,CA
Florida Anime Experience in Orlando, FL
Florida Supercon in Miami, FL
Kami-Con in Birmingham, AL
Kollision Kon in Rosemont, IL
RealmsCon in Corpus Christi, TX
SacAnime in Sacramento, CA
TF Expo in Wichita, KS
WasabiCon in Jacksonville, FL
“Working with Talent for Conventions to book talent for our show was effortless. With great communication and a strong understanding of the convention world, Tracy made the process of booking Rodger Bumpass easy and delivered on everything that was needed for our convention and our fans. We would definitely recommend the company and plan on using them to secure talent for our show again.”