LRR Con Recap

LoadingReadyRun Con! Photos by Andrew Ferguson (www.goldengod.net)

 

What started as a chance for the LoadingReadyRun crew to “hang out and play games with our fans” turned into LRR Con, a convention with multiple panels and events spanning 3 days at the Seatac Doubletree.

The hundreds of attendees spent their time in Magic tournaments, watching LRR sketches on a big screen, competing in geeky trivia, and being entertained by musicians and improvisors. When not taking part in a scheduled activity, they got to hang out and play games with LoadingReadyRun. Everyone seemed to have a fantastic time!

Find more pictures from the event on the DammitLiz Facebook page.

LoadingReadyRun Con!

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LoadingReadyRun has been providing us with fun videos for over 10 years, and now they’re going to provide fun for your faces and bodies live and in person!

In addition to working with LoadingReadyRun on the first ever LRR Con (held at the Doubletree Hotel in Seattle, WA on May 10th!), Dammit Liz Productions will be producing the evening show featuring amazingly talented people like Kris Straub, Kyle Stevens, nerdy improvisers, The Doubleclicks, and members of LoadingReadyRun themselves! The show itself is worth the price of the convention, but the fun doesn’t stop there. The convention also includes a gaming room, a LoadingReadyRun panel, a chance to meet your fave LRRers in real life, great merch, and other surprises!

Find out more information at LoadingReadyRun.com.
Grab your ticket for only $25.
Book a hotel room at a special rate so you can join us by the bar Friday evening before the con starts!

Desert Bus!

Desert Bus

Starting with a pre-show on Friday and going until FOREVER (No, seriously, when does this thing end? It could legitimately go on forever), Liz will be in Canada Desert Bussing with the best of them. She will be producing the Prime Time segments (6-10pm Pacific each night) as well as the pre-show event on Friday from 6:30-8:00pm Pacific.

For those unfamiliar, Desert Bus For Hope is an online charity event where individuals play the game “Desert Bus” and do other various silly tasks while livestreaming 24 hours a day. This continues until donations run out. Last year it went for over 6 days and raised over $440,000.

Desert Bus raises money for Child’s Play, an organization that provides toys and games to over 70 childrens’ hospitals. This organization is very near and dear to Liz’s heart, and she wrote a fantastic post about it a couple years ago.

Cheer Liz and the entire Desert Bus team on by visiting¬†desertbus.org. We can’t wait to see what will happen this year!