The festival's huge geek market is full of treasures!
Newly released figurines, new posters, rare items directly imported from Japan, cosplay material and other surprises! So here are the exhibitors who will be present during the 2 days of the festival. All you have to do is to organize yourself to go directly to your favorite store ;)
Happïajia is a concept store about Asian pop culture with a focus on Japan and Korea as a priority. Products derived from anime, manga or video games rub shoulders with Kpop albums, lolita clothing, Korean beauty products and more traditional Japanese products. But also confectionery, ramen, make-up, drinks,… At Made in Asia, we focus onRead more »
Lucky Duckling & ReadMore
Lucky Duckling started from the idea of bringing people together in an extremely accessible way. In addition, it is also thé place for your favorite honewine/mead, honey candies and so much more. Because a good book always matches a fine wine, ReadMore Publishing will also be represented with the presence of Dimitri Balcaen, author ofRead more »
Bij O’Donnell Moonshine komen traditie en vernieuwende smaken samen. We bottelen onze likeuren in stijlvolle conserveringspotten, de zogenaamde Mason Jars, net als de gangsters tijdens de Amerikaanse drooglegging. Onze naam komt van de illegaal gedistilleerde “Moonshine” en van Spike O’Donnell, de leider van één van de meest spraakmakende Moonshine gangs uit Chicago.Read more »
In addition to the market, the festival offers many activities: cosplay contests, Kpop shows, manga exhibitions, signing sessions with guests, conferences, concerts, gaming tournaments…