Popular Cosplayer’s booth will also be on TOYCON, also releases information regarding Meet & Greet event.
Popular Filipina Cosplayer Alodia Gosiengfiao is set to grace again the 13th Philippine Toys, Hobbies and Collectibles Convention (TOYCON PH) this year.
Aside from the Alodia booth, which will be set up for the second time since its debut last year, She will be tapped to host the World Cosplay Summit Philippines National Finals, to be held on the third day of the largest pop-culture event in the country.
According to the post on her Official Facebook page, Gosiengfiao will have a stage performance on the second day of the event on Saturday, June 21. She will portray as Mikasa Ackerman from the hit anime Attack on Titan.
The guest performance will start at 3:oo pm. Fans can troop to the booth after her stage performance at 03:30pm to 05:00pm.
On Sunday June 22, Aside from her meet and greet at her booth, She will host the National finals of the 2014 World Cosplay Summit, where teams from Manila and Davao will battle it out for the right to represent the Country as an Observer in the 2014 World Cosplay Summit, to be held in Nagoya in August.
Fans who would want to take a picture with the noted cosplayer must purchase items from her booth worth PhP500 or PhP1000. Those who purchased her items worth PhP500 will be given a regular ticket while those whose purchases went PhP1000 will be given a VIP Priority ticket and lane.
Both ticket holders will have the chance to have at least one official photo to be uploaded on her official page and one own (or a “selfie”) shot using their own cameras. Either shot can be an individual shot or a group shot. If for when a group wants to have an individual shot taken, they must have each ticket.
Items that is set to be sold on her booth include pre-signed Cosplay prints and “selfie” photographs, Shikishi signed boards, handbags and backpacks designed by Gosiengfiao herself.
All items will be on a limited basis and if each item runs out on the first day, it will not be available on the second day.
SOURCE: Alodia Gosiengfiao on Facebook