Every con can be measured by its trade hall, that’s why for this year, the Brocon Trade Hall is growing. Expect more traders, more stock, and more variety, as well as more artists ready to let their talents shine over the weekend. If you want it, we intend it to be there. As traders are confirmed throughout the coming months they will be added here, so watch this space. If you have any suggestions on what you would like to see, please send us a message about it at the below email or on our Facebook page.
Submissions for the trade hall and artist alley are now open!
If you would like a stall to trade or sell your craft at the convention, please download and fill out the form below. The form must be returned to email@example.com by the 16th of June to be considered. A confirmation email will be sent to acknowledge your application, and we will get back to you on the result as such at the earliest possible convenience.
Please include any special requests in the form, and if you would like your shop logo advertised on our site and social media, please send this to us as well. Please don’t delay; spaces are limited.
N.B. – It has often been asked what the difference between a trader and an artist is, and which to apply for. The difference is rather small but simple however. At Brocon, traders are defined as those who sell merchandise and other items that would have been whole purchased solely for trade, while artists are defined as those who sell merchandise that they have created themselves. Please consider which catagory you fit into before applying. You don’t want to waste your money renting a medium stall (4 tables) for the sake of selling small crafts.