Introducing the ApollyCon 2022 Lineups!

August 7, 2021

New year, New Lineup!

*taps on the mic* We’re BAAAACK!

In case you missed it, ApollyCon 2022 will take place JULY 28-31, 2022 in Washington, D.C.!

Below you’ll find the first wave of our announcements: AUTHOR + VENDOR LINEUPS! *throws confetti*

But before we get to that, we wanted to share an important event policy update. In addition to our other event policies, we’ve added a new one for the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic which can be found on our policies page, but we wanted to share it here as well:

COVID-19 Protocol + Masking Policy

The health and safety of our ApollyCon guests + staff is our top priority.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic (and subsequent variants), we will be regularly monitoring CDC + WHO guidance for our event. If needed, we will be requiring attendees to wear masks within all event spaces during the entire duration of our programming/events (including registration) in an effort to prevent the spread of the virus.

If a masking policy is in place for our event, we will communicate this via email, our website, social media pages, as well as with posted signage onsite. Additionally, we will refuse entry/access to any person(s) ages 2 and up not wearing a mask/face covering entering and/or within the event spaces should this policy be in place. Note: Masks/face coverings should cover the wearer’s nose and mouth.

APOLLYCON 2022 AUTHOR + VENDOR LINEUPS

*NOTE: OUR LINEUPS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE(S) AT ANY TIME, BUT WE WILL REGULARLY UPDATE OUR LINEUP PAGES (LINKED BELOW)

You can tap on any of the graphics below to be taken to our lineup page, or go here: https://jenniferlarmentrout.com/apollycon/authors/

2022 APOLLYCON VENDORS

Go to our Vendors page here to find links to each: https://jenniferlarmentrout.com/apollycon/vendors/

TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 22ND, 2021 (TIME TBA)!

MORE PROGRAMMING AND TICKETING INFORMATION COMING SOON!

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25 Comments:


  1. Sarah Cochran said:

    Can you have books signed by authors here? Or is that taboo?

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      We have two signing events just for that! Definitely bring your books!

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      1. Kristina Collins said:

        Do you know which days those signing events will be? I have tickets for the Knockout Book Bash in Louisville on 7/30/22.

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        1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

          ApollyCon 2022 will take place JULY 28-31, 2022. The signing Days are on the 29th for the Titan signing and the 30th for the general signing.
          – Malisa

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      2. Sarah Cochran said:

        OMG YOU HAVE MADE MY NIGHT! I cannot wait to get my first editions signed by you of the covenant series!

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  2. Emily said:

    Do I book hotel now or does that happen when tickets go on sale? This is my first and I can’t wait. Been overseas so never been able to attend anything like this. Thank you!

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      Hi Emily, we suggest you wait to book your hotel until tickets go on sale. If you are able to purchase a ticket you will be sent a link with the ApollyCon room block rate for the hotel. – Malissa

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      1. Emily Hopper said:

        Thank you so much, for the information!

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  3. Heather said:

    What will the refund policy be? Especially in the case that masks are required?

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      ApollyCon tickets as in past years and as with most large events are non-refundable. We ask that everyone consider their own personal and family needs before purchasing a ticket. There will be a resale thread if you choose to purchase a ticket and then can no longer use it. – Malissa https://jenniferlarmentrout.com/apollycon/faqs/

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  4. Maddie said:

    How are authors chosen to take part? Because I was hoping a few of my authors would be there but they don’t seem to be in the list.

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      Authors are selected via the interest list form with varying matrics. Things like having completed forms, a blend between seasoned and new authors, books being released by the requested cut-off time, etc. This coming year for 2022 we had minimal tables to fill from our interest form (which also becomes our waitlist) because authors who were selected for 2021’s canceled event were given priority as that list carried over. On average we get over 1,000 entries on the interest form and unfortunately simply can not accommodate everyone who applies. – Malissa

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  5. Lisa said:

    What is the limit of books that can be signed from each author?

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      You can get as many signed as you want, however, we have a three (3) book/item limit per turn through the line to make sure everyone has a chance. For example, you have 9 books, you will need to enter the author’s line 3 separate times to get all nine signed as they are only to sign 3 at a time. – Malissa

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  6. Sara said:

    I cannot wait!! Jennifer Armentrout, I’m bringing all my Blood and Ash books for you to sign ❤❤❤❤❤

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  7. Kristen Hodgkiss said:

    Hi! If we want books signed we should buy tickets for the 29th & 30th? Also will all authors be there every day? Thank you!

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      The Titan ticket will get you into both signing events, (the Titan and General signing) all other tickets will get you into the Saturday signing. All authors will be at both signing events. So it really depends on if you want to participate in all ApollyCon events and the number of books you are hoping to get signed, are there enough that you would need a second day?

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  8. Jess hughes said:

    How quickly do you anticipate Titan Level tickets selling out? Brunch tickets? I want to get both and will be setting an alarm to make sure I get them!

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      It’s a little hard to say what to expect as the 2022 event is going to be unlike any other after having been off this year and the popularity of the Blood an Ash series. I would plan for them to go very quickly to be safe. – Malissa

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  9. Lynessa Layne said:

    Are there any author tables available to sign up for? I’m on a book signing tour throughout 2022, and would love to join AppolyCon.

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      HI Lynessa,
      Currently, our 2022 Attending Author Line-up is set. We are however using our Interest form as our waitlist and I see you found it and got on it! So if we need to fill tables between now and the event we will pull from there. Thank you for signing up – Malissa

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  10. Kristen Freeland said:

    For children accompanying adults (4 years old) would I need to purchase an additional titan ticket if that is what i get for myself? Or is there another option for children?

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      Children 10 and under are free to attend the event, however, if you do get tickets and decide to bring your little one please email info@apollyconevent.com so we can make a note for the registration team. Also, do keep in mind that strollers, wheeled carts, suitcases, etc are not allowed on the signing room floor so your little ones will need to walk or be carried while you are at the signing, and events while not r-rated, are intended toward an adult audience, so they may see book covers with shirtless men, or hear ‘cuss’ words, etc. – Malissa

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  11. Sara M said:

    Hi!
    I’m not sure if someone asked this question already and I apologize if this is redundant but what is the difference between the Titan and general signing? Other than it being on two different days.
    Thank you!!

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    1. Jennifer L. Armentrout Post author said:

      The Titan signing is only open to Titan ticket holders, so half the number of Attendees. It is the same authors as Saturday’s signing. I hope that helps – Malissa

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