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Hasbro Toy Fans Getting First HASCON Convention

by Paul Strauss
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Do you or your kids love Transformers? How about Magic The Gathering? Or My Little Pony? Well, you’re in luck, because this year, Hasbro is kicking off their first ever HASCON – a family-friendly convention for fans of the company’s many awesome toys and games.

The show runs from September 8 to 10 at the Rhode Island Convention Center and Dunkin Donuts Center in Providence, RI, and will feature exhibits with toys from popular lines like NERF, Play-Doh, Dungeons & Dragons, and GI Joe. Also expect lots of cool licensed toys from the Marvel and Star Wars universes.

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Among the attractions will be a collection of props from the Transformers movies, mingling opportunities with My Little Pony characters, a NERF arena and NERF Modulus building area, a Play-Doh test kitchen, and more. There will also be tons of photo opportunities and hands-on play activities. Add-on or VIP tickets get you access to more activities, including panels with franchise celebrities and creators, movie sneak peaks, dinners, and much more.

You can buy tickets now on the HASCON website. Single day tickets are $30 for kids and $60 for adults, and a three-day pass is $75 for kids and $165 for adults. For those wanting the full VIP treatment, those tickets are quite a bit more, with kids tickets going for $214 and adult tickets going for $642.



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