Sword Art Online Exhibition Comes to Australia

Usually when events such as these are announced they're met by a song of "what about Queensland?" or "Perth never gets anything!" but this time SYDNEY misses out. Granted, so do a couple of other states as well but this is still a fantastic opportunity for QLD, WA and VIC otaku to get their fill at the Sword Art Online 2014 Exhibition Tour.

Following on from the hugely successful Evangelion exhibition, Madman are delivering Sword Art Online to our shores with art, storyboards, character designs, photo opportunities and MERCH available at each event.


Madman Entertainment, in conjunction with Aniplex of America, are thrilled to announce a Sword Art Online Exhibition Tour will be coming to select cities across Australia in 2014.

Featuring original artwork pieces from the show including character designs, storyboards, key animation frames and more, the Sword Art Online Exhibition will to give fans a unique behind the scenes look at the creative process and how the hit anime series was created.

The exhibition will also feature a photo area where fans will be able to take photos with Kirito and Asuna, the heroes of Sword Art Online. Additionally, ‘Lisabeth’s Smith Shop’ will be on site, offering patrons the opportunity to purchase official Sword Art Online merchandise never before available in Australia.

Ticketholders to any of the official partner events in each state (WAICON, Supanova) will receive free entry to the exhibition.

The following cities & events will be hosting the exhibition, with more to be confirmed throughout the year:

March 1-2, 2014
Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre 
Website: wai-con.org

Gold Coast
Supanova Pop Culture Expo
April 5-6, 2014
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
Website: supanova.com.au

Supanova Pop Culture Expo
April 12-13
Melbourne Showgrounds
Website: supanova.com.au

Sword Art Online is available to own now on DVD, Blu-Ray and coming soon to digital platforms.


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