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Accessibility FAQ
For a full breakdown of our assistance policy, please CLICK HERE
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Covid worries me, what if I change my mind or the event gets postponed?

We will be acting in accordance with govt regulations and will be encouraging (and depending on regulations at the time, making mandatory) the wearing of masks or faceshields. If you are at risk or have a family member at risk, we strongly encourage you to think hard about whether or not you wish to attend. Tickets are non refundable so once they are purchased we can not refund.

If you wish to have your ticket transferred to another show simply let u sknow.

Is the event wheelchair accessible?

Yes, in addition to having 4 elevators covering all levels, aswell as 4 stair wells covering all levels and 2 escalators. We also allow those requiring special assistance entrance via the guest list queue at 10.30am so that there is no need to join the main queue.


My child/family member requires special assistance when entering the con, what can I do?

Simply come up to the VIP/Guest list entrance at 10.30am and upon proof (ie IAA membership card, medical note etc) we will be able to allow you entry via the short queue as opposed to the main queue. Please do not be offended if staff as you a few questions or for proof listed above as we want to ensure the system is not abused. If you do not have proof ie. IAA card or medical note, just speak to our staff and explain the situation but please respect their decision on a case by case basis. 


Can my carer/carers get a pass?

We are afraid carers must obtain their own ticket at this moment in time. You must apply via this Application Form or check out our Accessibility FAQ


Are there quiet areas/and where can I get food?

We have set aside quiet areas on the level 5 foyer for families (ie prams etc) with food and a rest area to allow an area for you and the small ones to rest.
We have set aside a quiet area on Level 4 foyer for people to rest with tables, chairs and food away from the crowds on the main floor.
We have food stalls located on Level 3 foyer along with tables and chairs as a rest area.

Can I bring my pet?

Assistance dogs are allowed in the convention hall but not other pets. If you are bringing an assistance dog you must have the proper ID, Certification or letter from appropiate certified training body to be allowed inside.


Costume Contest FAQ


Is there a Costume Contest at DCC Spring Edition?

Yes, it will be held Sunday on the Liffey Level. Exact times will be on the schedule once released.


Is there a Costume Contest at DCC Summer Edition?

Yes, from 2pm to 4pm on the Sunday of DCC in the Auditorium (2000 seat venue) on floors 3 to 5 and Saturday from 6pm to 7.30pm for the professional contest.


Professional (16+) - Online Pre-registration only -

Adult/General Entry (16+) - Online Pre Registration/Limited on the day sign ups - 

Under 16's - Online Pre Registration/Limited on the day sign ups - 

Group (All Ages) - Online Pre Registration/Limited on the day sign ups - 

Tots (Under 5) - On the day sign ups only - Children Specific Prizes


How do I enter?



You can find more information aswell as entrance forms HERE


We will have a limited number of spots available for sign ups on the day via a sign up sheet located at our information desk, but please note, spaces are limited!.

Please be ready and in costume by 1.30 at the latest so that we can have you all arranged near the stage. Those of you who are competing in the Professional Category, please note you will have to be ready at 12pm for pre judging which will be located in one of the conference rooms on the Wicklow Level (2nd floor)


How do the contests work?

Professional Category (Summer Only) - You will arrive at 12pm for pre-judging and be ready at 2pm at the Auditorium where the Pro Category begins at approx 3.15pm. You will have approx 90 seconds on stage to display your costume to the audience/judges/hosts and perform a short skit if you so wish (or simply strike some poses!). AV presentations are optional (Only if your application is a success). If your application is a success and you wish to avail of this service then it must be done so in advance. USB sticks given to staff on the day will not be accepted.

Adult/Under 16's/Groups - No prejudging or AV portion available. Simply be ready at 2pm at the Auditorium and wait for your name/number to be called to the stage by the hosts. Once on stage you have approx 60 seconds (90 seconds for groups) to wow both the judges and the audience with what ever means you have at your disposal be it a skit or other method (if you have a prop which lights up use it!). Generic themed music will be playing with generic lighting.

Tots (under 5) - No prejudging or pre booking, just generic music, fun and prizes. We encourage parents to come on stage with your child if they are shy (even better if you are in themed costumes with them!)

Prizes are given in cheque form at the conclusion of the show. If you are late for your slot we are afraid there is nothing we can do.

Please be sure to reference our Weapons Policy to ensure your props can be used during the contest.


Ticket FAQ

Are there weekend tickets or family VIP tickets?

Unfortunately no, we will not be offering weekend tickets or family VIP tickets this year.


What type of tickets are available?

- Free Entry to children under 5  when with a ticket holder over the age of 18.
- Children's Tickets: 12s and Under (Need to be accompanied by a ticketed adult)
- Young Adult Tickets : 13 to 17 years.

- Early Entry Tickets : All ages above 5 can avail of these tickets
- General Entry Tickets: All ages  5 and above can avail of these tickets
- Family Tickets: Includes tickets for 2 adults and 2 children (12 and under) for one day.


- * VIP Tickets have been temporarily withdrawn as we have broken the tickets into Early Entry and Autograph Fast Pass Tickets


VIP Tickets (Single Day):  This ticket entitles the holder to entry from 9.30am for the selected day and includes  


  • -A single photo-op voucher to spend on a photo-op with a guest at DCC* (Voucher covers any photoshoot up to the value of 50 Euro at the event) Barcoded Voucher is given upon registration at the event. Valid ID is required.

  • -VIP Badge and lanyard

  • -Fast Track for Autographs via VIP line (System may operate on a ‘1 and 1’ basis when very busy)

  • -Fast Track for Photoshoot sessions (Allows you to join via the VIP line and using your voucher be guaranteed a photo even if online sales are sold out * Please note, you must arrive at least 5 minutes before the scheduled photo op time to ensure your place. If you arrive late, you will NOT be guaranteed a shoot

  • -Reserved front row seating in guest Q&A’s

  • -Early access from 9.30am via the VIP queue


How much are the passes?

Free Entry to children 5 and under when with a ticket holder over the age of 18.


Please refer to for the latest pricing


I have purchased a stall/craft table, do I need to buy a ticket for my assistants?

Tickets must be purchased during the stall process for your assistants to allow them to hold exhibitor passes. If you have not then you must purchase a normal ticket and they will have to join the main queue.


I have purchased my ticket online, now what?

Once you purchase your ticket you should receive an email from Tixr which will have details relating to your ticket and it will have an attachment in the form of a PDF file. This file is your unique ticket. Please print it off and bring it with you to the venue.


I have purchased my ticket online but have yet to receive an email or my PDF?

Please double check to see if the money has been debited from your account. If it has been then please contact us at and be sure to include all relevant information.


Can I purchase tickets at the door on the day of the event?

We are afraid not. As of August 2022 we have stopped sales on the door. Tickets can only be purchased online.


I bought a ticket online, but my friend has not. Can I reserve a ticket and collect on the day?

We do not reserve or hold tickets for anyone. They must be purchased online or at the box office on the day (be warned, tickets sell out quick)


Can I get a refund if I change my mind or a guest cancels?
*Update 14th Oct* All tickets are final sale and cannot be exchanged or refunded. In the case of an event cancellation without a rescheduled date, a refund (less processing fees) will be automatically issued to each patron on the credit card used to purchase. In the case of an event cancellation with a rescheduled date, tickets will be automatically transferred over to the new dates. By purchasing a ticket to this event, you agree to this purchase policy.


I have bought a Guest Fast Pass or Early Entry ticket, can I bring my children/spouse in early with me? (Not applicable as of March 2022)

If the children are under 5 then yes. Anyone else must have an Early Entry ticket as well for early entry.  if we let children and spouses in early then it defeats the purpose of getting in early before large crowds appear.

Children under 12 can accompany you on your fast pass autograph ticket


Can careworkers come in for free?

We are afraid not, DCC costs alot to run and we have limited tickets available so we need to ensure we cover costs or there won't be a DCC in the future. Carers can avail of a 50% discount on a standard adult ticket on the door once they bring valid proof and ID of their carer status. Please see our accessibility FAQ for more information


What is Dublin Comic Con?

Dublin Comic Con is entering into its sixth year and 9th show and is an event by the fans for the fans, with a range of life size props and costumes from numerous movies, TV programs, comics and games in a state of the art venue located in the heart of Dublin City Centre.
With full size statues and mannequins with a wide selection of screen used displays directly from the studios, interactive sets and displays, workshops, panels, gaming areas, contests, characters in full costume and much more. 
We also encourage attendees to come in costume and have break loose from reality for a day or two! 

What are the dates and times of DCC ‘23 Spring Edition?

Dublin Comic Con Spring Edition 2023 will be held on the 11th/12th of March (a Saturday and Sunday) and will run from 9.30am for Early Entry Tickets (general entry at 11am) until 6pm on the Saturday and 9.30am (general entry at 11am) until 5pm on the Sunday.

Please have your ticket ready for scanning at the door, once scanned you will receive your wristband

Please keep your wristband on if you wish to re enter.

 If you are purchasing a ticket on the day, please note supply is limited of Saturday and Sunday tickets and you must purchase from the sales desk away from the main entrance and then join the main queue.

** Please note if you are not wearing a wristband while in the hall you will be asked to leave and you must keep your wristband on you at all times**
*** Please note that we reserve the right to end ticket sales when the venue reaches capacity ***

Is there a car park on site?

Yes, there is. You can find full information on parking at the following link : and you may pre-book your parking online HERE


Where is DCC being held and how can I get there?

DCC ’18 is being held at the The Convention Centre Dublin ( which is located a on Spencer Dock, Dublin1 in the heart of Dublin City Centre, close to the O2 Arena, Luas stop, Connolly Station and Dublin Port.

For more information on the venue, hotels and how to get to The Convention Centre please check out Venue FAQ


I am not from the area and will be staying the weekend, are there any hotels close by?

There are quite a few close by including; The Hilton Hotel Custom House Quay, The Marker Hotel Dublin, Clayton Hotel Cardiff Lane, for a full list please see our host venues hotel listings here ;


Will there be a time table of events that will occur during the convention?

Please check our 'Show' page closer to the even.


Is the facility wheelchair accessible?



Will there be a costume contest/masquerade?

Of course! What type of convention would we be without one!
You will be given an option to register for the contest when you enter the venue. All costume genres are welcome, . It’s all about what you can create or imagine and all about the fun!


Is there Wi-Fi?

There is Wi Fi available but do not expect to be able to get gaming speeds as there will be many people using the wi fi at one time.

Can I bring my pet?

Assistance dogs are allowed in the convention hall but not other pets. If you are bringing an assistance dog you must have the proper ID, Certification or letter from appropriate certified training body to be allowed inside.



*Please note that we reserve the right to ask you to leave the convention and refuse to refund your money if you are acting in an inappropriate fashion
*Please note that a ticket does not guarantee re entry if we hit maximum capacity for the convention hall and cordoned outdoor area then you may be turned away until there is more space available.
As an attendee there you are not allowed to sell items at the convention, especially counterfeit / knock-off / unlicensed materials. Failure to comply with this will result in removal from the convention. If you wish to sell at the convention the please see our Seller FAQ or contact us directly.
Please be aware that handcarts, trolleys, oversized strollers, rolling luggage, and wheeled backpacks are not allowed in the convention hall as they are a health and safety hazard.
There are no childcare facilities available at DCC so please keep an eye on your children. 


Costume Policy


Please remember that there will be children of all ages in attendance so costumes must cover genitals and must not be of a sexual or distasteful nature. If you fail to comply with this policy you may be removed from the convention without refund.

Please DO NOT touch costumers (or their props) without their permission (ie. no hugging etc) and do not take inappropriate photographs of costumers without their permission.

Dublin Comic Con is a harassment free zone!

We do not tolerate harassment of conference participants in any form.  This includes, but is not limited to: physical assault, verbal harassment, sexual harassment, stalking, unwanted physical contact, unwanted advances, or inappropriate photography. (Inappropriate photography is defined as photography where the subject feels they are being stalked, exploited, degraded, or disrespected through being photographed. While it is reasonable that photographers will be photographing costumers and other parts of the convention, should this photography become harassing or sexual in nature, the photographer will be subject to the above harassment policy.)  Sexual language and imagery is not appropriate for any conference venue. Con participants violating these rules may be warned or expelled from the con (without a refund) at the discretion of the con organizers.

We want DCC to be a harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, fandom, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, political background, body size, race, religion, etc

Harassment is defined by the victim. Participants asked to stop any harassing behaviour are expected to comply immediately.

If you are being harassed, notice that someone else is being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a member of conference staff immediately. If you cannot find a staff, crew, or volunteer member to assist you, please go to the information desks located near registration or near the entrance of the exhibition floor. Please report to us before taking matters into your own hands (such as personally confronting the aggressor or posting on social media).  We have professional security and they are properly equipped for these contingencies.


Exhibitors in the expo hall, sponsor or vendor booths or similar activities are also subject to the anti-harassment policy. In particular, exhibitors should not use sexualized images, activities, or other material. Stall staff (including volunteers) should not use sexualized clothing/uniforms/costumes, or otherwise, create a sexualized environment.



Weapons Policy


Please read this entire policy before attending a Dublin Comic Con.

Compliance with the Weapons, & Props Rules is mandatory for all attendees. DCC, venue staff, and security personnel reserve the right to consider any weapon or prop to be breaking these rules if deemed to be unsafe or likely to cause danger or undue disruption.

The following items are forbidden:

Functional firearms (including, but not limited to, air soft guns, BB guns, cap guns, paintball guns and pellet guns). Functional projectile weapons (including but not limited to blow guns, crossbows, longbows, slingshots, water balloons and water guns). Sharpened metal-bladed weapons.
Blunt weapons (including, but not limited to, brass knuckles, baseball bats, and clubs).
Aerosols or compressed air chambers (i.e. paint, silly string). Projectiles of any kind. 
Heavy items that could be used as weapons (i.e. hammers, spanners, wrenches). 
Protruding nails, barb wire or other sharp items. 

Prop Weapon Guidelines:
DCC and security teams reserve the right to inspect any prop weapon at any point during an event to deem whether it is safe or simply to see how awesome it is.
Airsoft guns are permitted, provided they have no batteries, canisters, or magazines.
Metal airsoft pistols are allowed, provided they are securely holstered.
Whips are permitted but can only be unravelled for photographs, and no cracking is permitted.
Prop bows are allowed if they are unstrung, and cannot be under tension. In other words, they cannot be capable of firing a projectile. Arrows must be secured in a quiver.
Replica foam and resin props are allowed, provided they are not sharp. Wooden props of any kind will be subject to inspection.

Metal swords, even blunt (and similar edged weapons) are prohibited
At no time is the swinging of props permitted. Action poses are acceptable for photographs.
Props that are deemed inappropriate will not be allowed into the venue





What are the set up times/break down?


Set up is from 9am on Friday morning until 6pm SHARP Friday evening for exhibitors and artists .. If you can not make it during those times, please let us know as we do not allow stalls to set up during show times.

You must collect your passes on Friday at the convention centre.
All items must be removed by Sunday 10pm and trading ceases at 5pm. Any remaining items will be considered waste.


Which table/stall is best for me? Please view the stall types below


Custom Stalls

: We offer custom stalls for those who have unique displays or require a specific size for over sized stock.

Premium Pillar Stall

: Best for those who want to be up front and centre with the best all-around coverage of items.

Partitioned Stall (3m x 2m or 2m x 2m)

 : Best for those who want to stand out more and set up a more attractive stall to attract customers or those who are selling high volumes of stock, retail items, games etc. If you are promoting your business, group, service etc this is also an option for you.

Arist Alley Table

 : These tables are restricted to independent comics, handmade craft items, sketches, artists, writers etc. No commercial/mainstream comics or retail products are to be sold in this area. If you wish to sell commercial comics please enquire about a table only or partitioned area.


What is included in my stall?


An Arists Alley or small crafts table gets a table, a chair and one pass
An exhibitor stall of 3m x 2m or 2m x 2m stall gets a table, 2 chairs, 2 passes and wall partitions.
Our venue has no connection points for credit card sales, so please bring your own wireless system or be set up for cash
If you wish to bring extra staff you must purchase additional passes as normal for AA tables and craft tables or through the options available when purchasing the stalls.

** Please note that you as an exhibitor are responsible for any damage done to the table, chairs or partitions at your stall ** 
*** Please note you or your products will not be covered by our insurance ***

Can I use clamps, screws to fix to the table to create displays?

You can use clamps to fix displays, rack etc., to a table BUT you must NOT use any fixings that screw into or damage the table in any way. You will be charged the FULL price of replacing a table if any damage is caused.


What can I use to create a display on the divider walls around my table?

You may not damage or mark the divider. However, you can use blue-tack, white-tack or double-sided Velcro, as long as you ensure no residue is left on the divider. You will be charged for any damage or cleaning costs. If you wish you may bring your own grid to hang over the divider to facilitate displays once it does not encroach on other dealer’s space or public areas.


Can I use my own grid wall/clothes rails?

Yes, you can use your own grid wall/clothes rails etc as long as you stay within your area.


What do we do with our stock when the show closes for the day?

Security is present after the event closes, however, we cannot take any responsibility for your goods. In most cases, it suffices to cover up your goods but it is advised items of very high value be removed or locked away in a secure lockbox


What do we do with our stock after the show is finished?

Please ensure you take all your belongings. If you cannot take all your goods and materials with you for whatever reason please make arrangements with one of the storage providers who can safely store your goods for you to pick up at a later date. Everything left in the hall after breakdown will be cleared and considered to be trash.


Does Dublin Comic Con supply table covers?

No, Dublin Comic Con does not supply table covers. You must supply these and remember, any damage to the table will be your responsibility.


I changed my mind and want to cancel my booking, can I get my money back?

Deposits are non refundable. Adequate notice (at least 90 days before the event), must be given of cancellations for any stalls or Artist Alley tables for money to be refunded.



    • 1. You will confine your exhibitor stand/products to the agreed rented area for event days of Friday  , Saturday  and Sunday of the show

      • 2. You will not be covered by Comic Con Ireland or the Convention Centre’s insurance, if you wish to insure your products/staff you must have your own in place and if dealing with members of the public directly you will require public liability insurance.
      • 3. You are agreeing to comply with the regulations regarding sales of goods and services.

      • 4. You are responsible for ensuring that no damage is done to the table, chairs or wall partitions around your stall by you, your staff and/or products.  Failure to do so will result in you being charged for the damages

      • 5. If you are in the Artists Alley you will only sell artwork/comics/sketches/books

      • 6. If you are planning on selling weapons or items of an adult nature you must contact us first

      • 7. Religious and political institutions are prohibited from trading at the show. 

      • 8. You will comply with the general convention policies, failure to do so may result in you and your stall being removed.


Changing Rooms FAQ


Are there changing rooms at DCC?

Yes, they are normally located on the 2nd floor (as our floorplan changes each show, be sure to reference each floorplan before the show) which can be accessed via lift or escalator. Each room will be marked as male or female and please note, DCC does not take responsibility for any items left in the room. It is not a storage area so you must check in your items you do not wish to carry into the cloakroom. Any items found without an owner will be taken to the organiser's office and returned at the end of the day or placed in the trash if no one claims them in a reasonable time frame. Anyone found abusing the system or in the wrong room will be removed and any sexual harassment/peeping toms etc will be dealt with as a criminal offence and arrested by Gardai present at the show. Please be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page as the location of the room may change 


Panel/Talk FAQ
Do I need a ticket for any of the talks, panels or Q&A's?

No, none of our panels are ticketed but panels and talks occurring in the Auditorium have seating at the front reserved for VIP ticket holders. If a guest has a ticked panel it will be listed under their bio on the main page along with purchase details.


How long are the panels and will there be long queues?

Panels are 45mins approx and start on the hour. We recommend getting there at least 15 minutes early to ensure you get a seat


What rooms are the panels being held in?

We have 3 panel rooms ; The Auditorium/Main panel room, our largest room, located on Levels 3 to 5 ; Panel Room 2, our second largest room located on Level 1 : Liffey level and Panel Room 1, our smallest room, located on Level 1 : Liffey Level. Please see our interactive maps for a full guide.


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