Want to join an awesome fam and help make Ohayocon happen? The New Staff Application is now available! You can read the qualifications and benefits on our Staff page, and then apply from there. If you have any questions, please contact us. We’re committed to accessibility and inclusivity, and there’s free food, so what are you waiting for? Apply now!
Let’s celebrate the 20’s in style with Ohayocon! Registration for our 3 day event is live and only $45 dollars.* Don’t miss your chance to get your weekend pass before the price bumps up to $50 on Sept. 20, 2019.
Already sold? Visit our new registration site to register now or, if you’re still on the fence, our Pricing & Admission Info page to learn more!
*Additional fees may apply. Please check our registration website for details.
Another Ohayocon has come and gone — thank you so much! We couldn’t do it without your support each year.
Did you know you can win a free badge to Ohayocon 20? Just fill out our feedback survey by Jan. 23, 2019 and be entered in the drawing!
We miss you already, and we can’t wait to see you next year!
There are many ways to get to know Ohayocon 19! Visit our schedule page to learn when events are, download the official app or view the online version (the code is “CAMPOHAYO”), and download a PDF of the program guide to keep all the information about Ohayocon 19 wherever you need it! As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact us. See you soon!
We’re less than a month away from the convention and we couldn’t be more excited to present our FINAL guests and our schedule for you to see! eeeee!!!!!!
and lastly but certainly not least…
Oh, and did we mention our schedule? Because, you know, it’s right HERE!
You spoke, we listened! You want to see original characters and designs, gijinka, lolitas, and furries, etc. in an official contest. We want to see your creativity and talent in a whole new light, so we are opening submissions for our all-styles fashion show! Create an outfit inspired by anime, manga, video games, movies, pop culture, fan art, or something completely original.
You may compete with an outfit which you made, and it doesn’t matter whether it’s an original character or one already existing in any medium. We want you to be as creative as possible!
Information and the registration form are available via https://goo.gl/forms/QcV3ZxEAPKzQWCmm1. Good luck!
Hey, you, do you like The Internet? Do you like tight bois and funnymen?! Do you like… memes…?
Well do I have news for you!!
Jirard “The Completionist” Khalil, Alex Faciane, and comics darling Flork of Cows are coming to Ohayocon! These absurdly funny individuals have carved serious names for themselves on the soft, supple, sandstone walls of the world-wide web and you’ll get a chance to meet them this January! Click their pics below for full bios!
Cowboy Bebop voice actor Beau Billingslea, international musical talent Diana Garnet, YouTube cover artist Caleb Hyles, and distinguished anime industry veteran Michael Sinterniklaas will add their voices to our fugue in January!
In the world of anime, Beau has voiced a multitude of characters including: Jet Black in Cowboy Bebop; The Fourth Raikage and Homura in the animated series Naruto; Ogremon, Saggitarimon and Parrotmon in Digimon; Michael in Argentosoma; Seal Walrus in Wolf’s Rain; Gohei in Rurouni Kenshin; Dee Jay in Super Street Fighter II and many others. Beau appears as Captain Abbott of the S.S. Bradbury in Star Trek: Into Darkness. Beau’s sci-fi feature films include The Blob, My Favorite Martians, Leprechaun in the Hood, and Halloween H2O.
Born in Washington D.C., U.S.A., this 100% American is one of few prominent foreign artists signed to a major Japanese record label. Full of cute charm and an insatiable interest for all things Japan, Diana was heavily influenced by her anime-loving father, and was immersed into anime culture at a young age. Her interest became life-changing when she first heard “Yuzurenai Negai” by Naomi Tamura, which inspired her life goal to become a singer in Japan.
Caleb Hyles is a dynamic entertainer and YouTube cover artist, singing a bit of everything, from top 40 and hard rock to Broadway and anime. You can find all sorts of covers on his YouTube channel, which is going 850,000+ subscribers strong! Be part of the Hyles Hype Crew and join him at his concert, sing with him at a sing-along, and ask him anything at his panels!
Having grown up in a theatrical family and being tossed into children’s church choir at a young age, Caleb has always loved singing. He created his cover channel back in 2009 to share his goofy personality on Rockband with friends and family, but he never expected that working on his YouTube channel would turn into his career. Since his viral cover of “Let It Go” in 2014, Caleb has been recognized by the likes of Ryan Seacrest, Tyler Oakley, and DeeDee Magno Hall, along with many others in the entertainment industry.
Michael Sinterniklaas is a veteran of the anime industry and has worked as an ADR Director, actor, voice actor, script writer, sound engineer, mixer and producer. In 1999, Michael founded NYAV Post, a bicoastal recording studio that has worked on over 500 anime and non-anime titles.
Michael is a prolific actor and has voiced countless roles in anime such as Dagger in Black Butler: Book of Circus; Netherlands in Hetalia; Xellos in Slayers Revolution and Evolution-R; Joshua and Kennedy in Pokémon; Lucemon in Digimon; Ivan Karelin, Dark Magician and Mahad in YuGiOh; Origami Cyclone in Tiger & Bunny; Sarutobi Sasuke in Sengoku Basara; Sora and Utakata in Naruto; Age in Patema Inverted; and Takeru in FREEDOM.
Floor Wars is back for its second year, and bigger than ever! Floor Wars is a 1-on-1, all-styles dance battle, which has been widely popularized in the furry community for years, and even longer before that. We’re continuing to work side by side with these dancers from the community to bring you this outrageously exciting and dynamic competition. Break out your dancing shoes, find some cardboard, and get yourself ready, because you’ll need to bring your A-game for this intense dancing competition!
DAD JOKE OFF
Introducing Who’s Your Daddy, Ohayocon’s first dad-joke competition. Teams of two battle it out, using attendee-submitted horrible jokes; if you laugh you tap out. Then a new team comes to challenge the winners until the ultimate Dads are crowned. Can you outlast others in this competition? We will supply the jokes for this competition in order to provide a level playing field, but we need your help! So if you’ve got some great dad jokes in your back pocket, submit them and you might see them in the competition!
There’s only about two months to go until Ohayocon, and we’re getting pumped! See you there!
Attention Campers! We’ve got some exciting new updates from your favorite camp councilors!
International Guests are coming to Ohayocon and we’re extending a BIG camp Ohayocon welcome to the following international talents:
Of which Mika Kobayashi is our FIRST MUSICAL GUEST OF THE YEAR!!! You can take a look at Mika Kobayashi’s Genius page or her bio (click-through the thumbnails) for more info on this stellar vocal artist.
Want to see Mika Kobayashi and our other fantastic guests at the best possible price? Time is running out to Pre-Reg at 55 price!
Oh, and last but definitely not least, Floor Wars applications are open!
“Floor Wars is back for its second year, and bigger than ever! Floor Wars is a 1 on 1 all-styles dance battle, which has been widely popularized in the furry community for years, and even longer before that. We’re continuing to work side by side with these dancers from the community to bring you this outrageously exciting and dynamic competition. Break out your dancing shoes, find some cardboard, and get yourself ready, because you’ll need to bring your a-game for this intense dancing competition.”