ComicEx SA, an exciting entertainment experience, is coming to Sun Exhibits, GrandWest on March 23 and 24 2019. This innovative show is bigger and better than before and this year, it’s not just about comics, it has something for everyone. Previously focusing exclusively on comics, cosplay and gaming, ComicEx has evolved into an all-round entertainment brand. 

GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World in Cape Town, the events host, is the largest encompassing gaming, leisure and entertainment destination in the Western Cape and one of the largest of its kind in South Africa. With a bustling casino, hotel, a choice of restaurants and bars, a theatre and a nightclub, this location offers a diverse array of entertainment experiences for all guests.

This festival is all about sci-fi, fantasy, comic, gadget, and what an adventure world has to offer. There will be comics, movies, gaming, paintball and lazer tag events, as well as cosplay, Parkour, live entertainment, music and magic with lots of prizes to be won.

There will be more than 50 exhibitors, over 20 artists, 20 gaming stations and loads of awesome entertainment. You can also take a look around the artists’ alley and chat to the artists themselves to see how they do their awesome work, buy great products from the specialised exhibitors, and even get a free photograph with one of the fantastic backdrops or cosplay characters in the DionWired Cannon photo booths.

ComicEx is a magical event. It’s a place where adults can enjoy being kids again. To make it extra special, the festival also supports local animal shelters, aids environmental organisations, and children’s charities. 

ComicEx is on from 10.30am to 6.30pm on both days. Tickets are available from Computicket and cost R100 for one day, or R150 for the weekend pass. Children under 4 enter free.


Date: March 20
Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Cost: R100


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