All Tickets Available For Burbank CA ‘Supernatural’ Giving Back Tour

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Creation Entertainment opened up all ticket brackets today for it’s Supernatural Giving Back Tour which takes place October 19-20 2019.  The convention location is the Mariott Burbank Airport in Burbank California.

Preferred and General Admission Single Day tickets are now up for sale. These tickets are for reserved and non-reserved seating. These tickets are in addition to the Gold, Silver, Copper and General Weekend packages that were already on sale.

The focus of the Giving Back Tour focuses on charity and giving back to others. There will be many interactive events for con-goers to participate in as well as the usual con panels.

The celebrity guest list is extensive with many fan favorites returning as well as some newer faces. The list includes Misha Collins, Alexander Calvert, Ruth Connell, Kim Rhodes, Briana Buckmaster, David Haydn-Jones, and Adam Fergus. They will be joined by Osric Chau, DJ Qualls, Julie McNiven, Rachel Minor, and Chad Lindberg among others.  Richard Speight, Jr will host with Rob Benedict as co-host and, of course, all music will be provided by the fabulously talented house band, Louden Swain.

Mark your calendars and grab your tickets while they last. You can see all the available ticket packages here.

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Deb joined the staff of Nerds and Beyond early in 2018. She lives in Northeast Oklahoma with her husband, Kevin and works full time as a veterinary technician. She has a B.S. in Criminal Justice with an English minor from Langston University. Her hobbies include, writing fanfiction(especially Supernatural!), reading, gardening, and going to fan conventions. Deb and her husband have begun restoring their own personal ‘Baby’ named ‘Amara D. Impala’ and hope to have her on the road soon. They recently added Castiel’s Lincoln Mark V, appropriately named ‘Feathers’, to the fleet for restoration. You can find Deb on Twitter @Classichassis.
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