Our next two day convention is August 13-14, 2022.
Guest Announcements for 2022
He’s big, he’s hairy, and he’s here to right wrongs and triumph over evil. A handsome Bear in a Sailor Suit, It’s Bear Sailor Moon! Bear Sailor Moon is a Canadian cosplayer who has become a local staple in Toronto and cosplay award winner. He has won awards for his distinctive take on the classic anime character including Best In Show for his stunning performance at Fan Expo 2017. A master level cosplayer, he is self-taught at sewing and climbed the ranks quickly with his performances leaving tens across the board.
We welcome Bear Sailor Moon as a returning cosplay and musical guest!
Sarah Raughley is an author of fantasy novels and a fan of manga, science fiction, fantasy, and role playing games. She has been nominated for the Aurora Award for Best Young Adult novel and works in the community doing writing workshops for youths and adults. On top of being a YA writer, Sarah has a PhD in English. As an academic, Sarah has taught at McMaster University and acted as a postdoctoral fellow at The University of Ottawa. Her research concerns representations of race and gender in popular media culture, youth culture and postcolonialism.
Molly Searcy is a voice actress known for her work as Akame in Akame ga Kill!, Jeanne in The Case Study of Vanitas, Centorea in Monster Musume, Flaming Belial in Combatants Will Be Dispatched, Rory Mercury in GATE, Isuzu Sento in Amagi Brilliant Park, Mako Reizei in Girls und Panzer, Flare in The Executioner and Her Way of Life, MASKING in BanG Dream!, Polaris Hilda in Saint Seiya, and Honey in Spy x Family.
No stranger to the world of geek pop culture, Bonnie is an actress, singer, and voiceover actor who prides herself on being a “professional nerd.” Her voiceover credits include cartoons, video games, and anime. She has traveled all over the world singing and guesting at comic cons with her nerdy parody band The Library Bards – taking top 40 hits and transforming them into nerdy, geektastic tunes about sci-fi and fantasy fandoms. She has also put together a solo musical act to promote her new solo album, Con Artist, that is set to be released later this year.
New this year, author Aaron Reynolds of Effin’ Birds fame will be bringing his birds and their words, featured on plenty of merchandise. You can look forward to meeting Aaron at his table featuring plenty of Effin’ Birds merchandise as well as a book presentation with Q&A. You may also find him in panels speaking about some of his fandom interests and favourite strong female characters.
Robbie Daymond is an accomplished and active voice actor in anime, western animation, and video games. He may be best known as the voice of Tuxedo Mask in the Viz Media dubs of Sailor Moon and Sailor Moon Crystal as well as the current voice of Spider-man in cartoons and video games.
Returning for a sixth year, Ammie Cosplay is an internationally recognized masters level cosplayer. She has been featured in several cosplay books and various magazines around the world for her costume work and knowledge on costume construction. Ammie believes in sharing the knowledge she has gained through many years of trial and error to help others.
Please Stay Tuned for More Guest Announcements!
You can buy your tickets and pre-order merchandise online. Shipping options for custom T-shirts, coasters, and stickers to be added at a later date. Shipping can also be requested by emailing us for a shipping quote.
You can also buy your tickets from us in person at select in-person events. Please stay tuned to our social media for updates on in-person ticket buying options.
Thanks for joining us Sunday, December 5th, 2021 at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre for a one-day, pop-up fandom and craft market.
Thank you for joining us in July 2019 at our new venue, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre!
We are proud to announce that we raised $714 from our charity auction for Sistering, supported by an additional $100 donation by Pretty Heroes.
We first started as the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration. Now we’re continuing our journey to incorporate even more girl power to meet the demands of fans in Toronto and Canada. We are the first (and currently only) girl power fandom convention in Canada.
Our convention name is a nod to our roots as a Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon convention. We also interpret “pretty” in a myriad of ways that are not restrictive to physical appearance; including the beauty of spirit, mind, and compassion that we see in many inspirational female characters and real-life inspirational females.
We want to encourage everyone to pursue their dreams and define what being a hero means for them. If you enjoy narratives featuring strong female characters – you will find a positive, welcoming space at our events.
More information about our events from 2015-2017 are available at SailorMoonCelebration.com
We hope to see you at our next event at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre!
This event is focused on strong female characters, the characters who support them, and real-life inspirational women because
Every Girl Can Be a Hero.
Please refer to this website and our announcements on our official social media pages for updates regarding our convention. Please note we cannot always respond to social media direct messages for items that will be announced soon if it may delay our announcements.