The Madman Anime Festival is an annual anime convention held in Melbourne, Australia. And the musical guests for this year are JAM Project and May’n. The convention has a huge range of merchandise for sale at the Madman Anime Festival store, including anime-related products, collectable trading cards, plush toys, figurines and many other anime-related products.

Anime is a popular genre of animation in Japan. It’s a unique form of entertainment where anime stories are about Japanese culture. Anime is often depicted like a Japanese Manga but sometimes it involves fantasy. Anime also involves a large number of other aspects. One of the most important aspects of anime is its character designs.

Madman Anime Festival, one of the largest anime conventions in Australia, is back in December! There’s a range of fun anime events at Madman, including the Anime Music Video competition, cosplay competition, art auction, and more! There will be cosplay performances, panels, and workshops all weekend long, so make sure to stop by the Animelab Arena to pick up some amazing anime memorabilia including authentic anime merchandise, Nendoroid figures and more!

The program for the Madman Anime Festival, which will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from September 3 to 4, is now available.

If you’re an Otaku, Gaijin, or just Kawaii, here is the place for you. Take a peek at the Madman Anime Festival’s schedule.

Tim Anderson, Madman Entertainment’s Co-Founder and Managing Director, stated in a statement, “Madman was established because we loved anime and wanted to share it with people in Australia.”

“This year marks our twentieth anniversary, and we couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate the occasion than by putting on an incredible event that will bring Australian fans even closer to the genre we all love. We’re working hard with Madman’s many partners and connections to make this an unforgettable event!”

The One-Punch Man panel, Sword Art Online live sketching, Yuko Miyamura (Asuka Langley from Neon Genesis Evangelion), and Tiffany Grant are among the highlights (Nojiko in One Piece , Martel in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ).

There will be some gaming on exhibit, thanks to Bandai Namco’s agreement to show titles from Square Enix and NIS America.

Here are some more highlights!

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The Madman Anime Festival tickets are still available. To register, go to this link.Madman Anime Festival

The Anime Festival Expo Schedule is also available in text format.

SATURDAY

Arena at AnimeLab

Stage at the Expo

10:10 Episode 0 of Tales of Zestiria the X will be aired.
10:40 Screening Love Live! Sunshine!! – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
11:40 WHAT THE FRAK LIVE! SBS PopAsia: WHAT THE FRAK LIVE!
12:40 Parade of Cosplayers
13:40 COSPLAY STARS PANEL with A.K. Wirru, Siera & Tomia
14:10 A-Dance Muse’s Performance
14:40 Cardfight Vanguard Outplay Series is being shown.
15:10 Screening: One-Punch Man – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
16:10 Screening: Kuroko’s Basketball – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)

SUNDAY

Arena at AnimeLab

Stage at the Expo

10:10 Screening: Servamp – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
11:10 Screening: Osomatsu-san – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
12:10 Cardfight Vanguard Outplay Series is being shown.
12:40 A.K. Wirru’s Cosplay Workshop
13:40 A-Dance Muse’s Performance
14:10 MYCHONNY! PODCAST LIVE! on SBS PopAsia!
15:10 Siera’s Cosplay Workshop
16:10 Screening: Sword Art Online – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)

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Ticket information

  • The cost of a single day ticket is $40, while a weekend pass is $60.
  • Limited numbers of Madman MegaFan Passes are available for $290 apiece.
  • Tickets go on sale at www.animefestival.com.au on Tuesday, March 22nd.

The 2016 Madman Anime Festival

The Madman Anime Festival is an anime and Japanese cultural festival. The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre hosted the event on September 3rd and 4th, 2016. AnimeLab and Australia’s greatest brand in anime, Madman Entertainment, have teamed together to bring you streaming anime blockbusters straight from Japan, anytime and everywhere.

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