Madman Anime Festival Expo Stage and Animelab Arena Timetables

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The schedule for Madman Anime Festival, all set for September 3 to 4 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

If you’re an Otaku, Gaijin, or simply Kawaii. Take a look at the timetable for the Madman Anime Festival.

“Madman was founded because we loved anime and wanted to share it with audiences in Australia,” Co-Founder and Managing Director of Madman Entertainment, Tim Anderson, said in a statement.

“Our twentieth birthday is this year and we could think of no better way of celebrating it than creating an amazing event to bring Australian fans even closer to the genre we all love. We are working hard with Madman’s many partners and contacts to make this event truly an exceptional one!”

Some of the highlights include: the One-Punch Man panel, Sword Art Online live drawing, Yuko Miyamura (Asuka Langley in Neon Genesis Evangelion ) and Tiffany Grant (Nojiko in One Piece , Martel in Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood ).

There will be a bit of gaming on display with with Bandai Namco locked in to have games from Square Enix and NIS America on show.

More Highlights are below!

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Text Version of the Anime Festival Expo Schedule

SATURDAY

AnimeLab Arena

10:00 Screening: Sailor Moon Crystal – Episodes 1 & 2 (English dub)
11:00 Guest Q&A: Cristina Vee
12:00 ANIME INSIGHTS: SWORD ART ONLINE with Tomohiko Ito (Director), Shingo Adachi (Character Designer), Atsushi Kaneko (Producer)
13:00 Voice Acting Workshop with Yuko Miyamura
14:00 ANIME INSIGHTS: ONE-PUNCH MAN with Shingo Natsume (Director) & Makoto Furukawa (voice actor of Saitama)
15:00 Adapting Scripts for English Dubs with Tiffany Grant & Matt Greenfield
16:00 Madman National Cosplay Championship Victoria Prelims
17:00 Guest Q&A – Sora Tokui (presented by Bushiroad)
17:30 Concert screening: μ’s →NEXT LoveLive! 2014 ~ENDLESS PARADE~

Expo Stage

10:10 Screening: Tales of Zestiria the X Episode 0
10:40 Screening Love Live! Sunshine!! – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
11:40 SBS PopAsia: WHAT THE FRAK LIVE!
12:40 Cosplay Parade
13:40 COSPLAY STARS PANEL with A.K. Wirru, Siera & Tomia
14:10 Dance Performance: A-Muse
14:40 Screening: Cardfight Vanguard Outplay Series
15:10 Screening: One-Punch Man – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
16:10 Screening: Kuroko’s Basketball – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)

SUNDAY

AnimeLab Arena

10:00 Screening: My Hero Academia – Episode 1 & 2 (English dub)
11:00 ANIME FOCUS PANEL: ONE-PUNCH MAN with Shingo Natsume (Director) & Makoto Furukawa (voice actor of Saitama)
12:00 SWORD ART ONLINE: Live Drawing with character designer Shingo Adachi and guests Tomohiko Ito and Atsushi Kaneko
13:00 Madman 20th Anniversary Celebration
14:00 EVANGELION fan panel: with guests Yuko Miyamura, Tiffany Grant & Matt Greenfield
15:00 Guest Q&A – Sora Tokui (presented by Bushiroad)
15:30 CONCERT: Cristina Vee sings!
16:00 Madman Cosplay Parade
17:00 COSPLAY STARS PANEL with A.K. Wirru, Siera & Tomia
17:30 Concert screening: IA (presented by Japan Foundation Sydney)

Expo Stage

10:10 Screening: Servamp – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
11:10 Screening: Osomatsu-san – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)
12:10 Screening: Cardfight Vanguard Outplay Series
12:40 Cosplay Workshop with A.K. Wirru
13:40 Dance Performance: A-Muse
14:10 SBS PopAsia: MYCHONNY! PODCAST LIVE!
15:10 Cosplay Workshop with Siera
16:10 Screening: Sword Art Online – Episodes 1 & 2 (Japanese with English subtitles)

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Ticket details

  • Ticket Prices are $40 for a single day pass, or $60 for a weekend pass
  • Madman MegaFan Passes are available in limited quantities at $290 each
  • Tickets on sale Tuesday 22 March available at www.animefestival.com.au

About Madman Anime Festival 2016

Madman Anime Festival is a celebration of anime and Japanese culture.  Held on September 3rd and 4th, 2016 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.  Brought to you by Australia’s biggest name in anime, Madman Entertainment and AnimeLab, streaming anime hits direct from Japan, anytime, anywhere.

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