Event Schedule

Event Schedule Updated as of Nov 22 6:30 pm

Vendor Setup Hours


Friday the 23rd: 4pm to 8pmSat the 24th: 9am to 11am


Vendor and VIP Social Hours

Friday: 8pm - 12 MidnightMust have Vendor or VIP Ticket


Brunch Buffet Hours

Sat the 24th: 10am to 1pmMust have Vendor Pass or VIP Brunch Ticket


Open to the Public Hours

Sat: 11am to 7pmSun: 11am to 3pmMust have GA Ticket or VIP Pass

 

Workshop by Thomas Willeford

Sat: : 12:30 pm

Steampunks Illegitimate Children 

Exploring Diesel Punk, Atom Punk, Dragon Punk, Silk Punk

 

Workshop by Professor Mark Donnelly

Sat: 1:30-2:30

  

Panel--- On Victorian Wellness : addressing 19th Century: Manly Arts; Martial Arts; Antiquarian Antagonistics; Vegetarianism; Sherlock Holmes and the strange case of the missing “T” (Hosted by Prof. Mark P. Donnelly)

this session consists of a panel focusing on “Wellness” fads in the late Victorian Era. We will discuss the connection between Sherlock Holmes and Bartitsu. We will discuss the bizarre genius of Dr. Harvey J. Kellogg (and Sylvester Graham). We will discuss ‘amateurism’, ‘antiquarian antagonistics’, ‘kernoozers’, and the ‘nagelschmidt appartaus’.

  

Night Watch Paradox 45 Min Concert

Sat: 2:30 - 3:15

Night Watch Paradox will be performing for 45 mins in the Grande Ball Room    

 

Nicole Oliva

Sat: 3:30

Dark side of Opera     

Workshop by Thomas Willeford and Amber Kulp

Sat: 4:30 pm Victorian Sexuality and it's Modern effects]



Beginners Steps of Viennese Waltz by Allen Chung

Sat: 5:00 pm and 12am (In Adult area afterparty)

45 mins Limited to 12 pairs. This a Partner dance so if you dont have a partner, we will help team everyone up to a suitable partner. Learn the first several steps of Viennese Waltz! Ladies 2-3 inch heels are preferred. Men Dress shoes or Dance shoes. Recommend Fine dress or costume. 


Workshop by Professor Mark Donnelly

Sat: 4pm-5pm

  

Presentation --- Contraptions: the (Rube) Goldberg Variations – Bizarre Victorian Inventions which actucally existed but never caught on (Presented by Prof. Mark P. Donnelly)

History is full of ingenious inventions. Progress through civilization has always been fueled by scientists, engineers and inventors. But not all inventions lead to progress. This presentation highlights some of the most bizarre inventions and ideas to come out of the industrial revolution. These are the Victorian equivalent of the shake weight or the sham wow. Though arguably ingenious and creative, these are the Inventions No One Mentions.

 

 

Douglas Stafford Bad Idea Variety Show

 6pm

Doug Stafford performs his Variety Show. Be prepared to be delighted, teased, and mystified! 




Concert Night Watch Paradox Rock Opera Show:  Magnificent Machines and Astonishing Tales 

 

7pm to 8:30pmMust have GA or VIP Tickets


The Cog is Dead Concert Hours

9pm to 10:30pmMust have VIP or Cog is Dead Add-on ticket
 

Sat Night After Party Hours

10:30pm to 2am

Must have VIP ticket or Concert upgrade Ticket. Cash Bar in Royale Ballroom. Must be 21 or over.

 

Sunday Costume, Gadget / Contraption, Accessory / Prop, and Jewelry Contest

1 pm

Best  Costume, Best  Contraption, Best Accessory, and Best Jewelry will be  judged by a panel of 3 judges. Each  contestant must register by Sat at  4pm, no entry fee. Show and Awards  will be held at 1pm on Sunday. First  Prize for each Category is $100.  Second Prize is $50. Three 3rd place  winners will receive tickets for  free admission for next years event.Judging  will be based partially on these points: hand made, personally made,  static or passive, design, size, materials, complexity, and how  steampunk it is.  


 

  

Workshop by Thomas Willeford

Sun the 25th: 12:00Noon

Victorian Manners and Etiquette for Modern Steampunk