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Get in Touch With Your Inner Vampire at the Twilight Convention

Are you a ‘Twi-hard’? That’s a fan of the Twilight books and movies.¬† And if you are, this weekend you’ll get a chance to get in touch with your inner vampire at the first official Twilight Convention, May 14 – 16 at the Sheraton Wall Centre. The event actually started in San Francisco a year ago but this is the first time it has been here in Vancouver.¬† Lots of fans of the Twilight series will attend, including moms and daughters and mainly teens the same age of the teenage celebrities.¬† The event is organized by Creation Entertainment.

Philip Burne-Jones "Le Vampire"

There will be a vampire ball, trivia contests, question-and-answer sessions, costume parades and lots of chances to get autographs and photos with visiting vampire celebrities.  The convention is a great way for Twilight fans to meet each other in person and have a lot of fun.  Dress in your vampire best and be ready for lot of screaming and excitement.

Twilight Stars Attending the Convention:

Friday and Saturday

  • Bronson Pelletier (Jared of the Wolf Pack)
  • Kiowa Gordon (Embry Call of The Wolf Pack)


  • Charlie Bewley (The Volturi Tracker Demetri)
  • Jodelle Ferland (Eclipse’s Bree)

Saturday and Sunday

  • Cameron Bright (Volturi Vampire Alec)


  • Peter Facinelli (Dr. CarlisleCullen)
  • Catherine Hardwicke (Director of Twilight)


Sheraton Wall Centre (map)

1088 Burrard St.,


  • General admission (does not include photo ops, autographs or parties) $10 USD
  • General admission weekend pass $30 USD
  • Tickets including photo ops and autographs $40 USD
  • Complete Twi-Tour express package $269.00 USD

Tickets available at the door.  See Twilight Convention 2010 for further info.

Photo credit:  wikipedia

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    Sheraton Vancouver Wall Centre
    1088 Burrard Street, Vancouver, BC, V6Z 2R9, CA
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