Monday, April 30, 2018

First Dutch culture-multi media convention: HeroesDome!

On June 2 and 3, Gelredome Arnhem will be transformed into HEROESDOME, the first Dutch Heroes-culture multimedia convention. During this weekend, Gelredome is dominated by heroes and heroines from both the fictional world and reality. During HEROESDOME everyone can meet their hero and maybe even become a hero!

During HEROESDOME you can enjoy a weekend full of entertainment. Meet one of your heroes on the Dome floor and score that coveted signature. Or let an artist such as Romano Miller, Ryan Brown, Adam Brown or Valeria Favoccia draw your favorite Hero. You can take a picture with Ghostbusters, The Dutching Dead, who bring the Walking Dead to life, and the Star Wars Stormtroopers.


During the HEROESDOME weekend you can also enjoy a unique composition of memorabilia from The King of Rock 'n Roll, Elvis Presley. You can also take a look at the fan zones of Queen, Star Wars and Ghostbusters and at the Iron Maiden expo. There are also various other hero activities, such as workshops, signing sessions, photo shoots and various Q & A's.

Actors / Guests
HEROESDOME can look forward to the presence of various national and international actors, artists, athletes, musicians, cosplayers, gamers and writers.

Below some confirmed attendees:
Lew Temple [The Walking Dead, Unstoppable]
Ian Buchanan [Twin Peaks, The Bold & the Beautiful, Panic Room]
Tyler Mane [X-Men, Halloween]
Jennifer Rubin [Permanent Record, Screamers]
Renae Geerlings [Halloween, Compound Fracture, Heavenly Sword]
Nick Principe [The Purge: Election Year, Waitress, Halloween]
Sarah Giercksky [Sargad, Rotten Love, Mimes]
Adam Brown - British actor and comedian
The Surfing Crows - musicians
Michael O'Ryan Biltoo - pianist
Fabian Wilnis - former footballer NAC
Gerard Mousasi - MMA fighter
Umbrella Corp. Netherlands - cosplayer
21 Days - gamer
Han Peeters - writer
Edger Hamer - writer


HEROESDOME pays attention to heroes and heroines from the fictional world and from reality. HEROESDOME is therefore also the first hero-culture event with more variety than any other event. An impression of the program that is regularly updated can be found here.

Yes, I want to be there!
Visitors aged 13 years and older can choose from a regular day ticket (€ 17.50), a Saturday or Sunday family ticket (€ 40, -) for 2 adults and 2 children up to 12 years, or a weekend ticket (€ 30, -) . Children under the age of 6 are allowed to enter for € 1.50 if accompanied by a family. Children from 6 to 12 years pay € 7.50 entrance fee. For more information about the tickets click here.

Stay up to date with HEROESDOME via the official Website, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and  YouTube.

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