90s nostalgia is in full swing, and a 3-day convention dedicated to the era is coming to the Tampa Convention Center this September. The main draw of the event has to be that the cast of Boy Meets World will reunite live on stage for a special panel discussion about the decade-defining show.
Additionally, the outstanding cast of the tongue-in-cheek TGIF sensation Sabrina the Teenage Witch will also be at the event. It’s billed as the raddest celebration this side of the millennium and it’s not hard to see why. (There’s cinnamon swirls in every announcement IFYKYK).
Melissa Joan Hart, Caroline Rhea, Beth Broderick, Jenna Leigh Green, Nate Richert and for the first time at 90s Con, Salem himself, Nick Bakay will all be in attendance. The actors will sign autographs, be available for photo ops and participate in a Q&A.
90s Con brings nostalgia fueled event to the Riverwalk
Disney Princess Legends Jodi Benson, Paige O’Hara, Linda Larkin, Judy Kuhn and Susan Egan are all set to attend as well. Hear the voices of Ariel, Belle and Jasmine live in person. You may even get to hear their most iconic songs performed.
Danielle Fishel, Rider Strong, Will Friedle, Trina McGee, William Daniels, Bonnie Bartlett, Betsy Randle, William Russ, Matthew Lawrence and Lee Norris are all ready to bring the feels of their seminal show, Boy Meets World, too.
90s Con runs September 15-17 and tickets can be reserved online.
The convention hall will also include tons of activities for attendees. Previous 90s Cons have included games popularized by Nickelodeon. Yes, this includes a wild slime machine. There will also be a market, DJs playing classic hits from 90s, and tons of cosplayers that will spice up your life.
The Tampa Convention Center is located at 333 S Franklin Street
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