Atlanta's biggest pop culture event returned this Labor Day weekend, with 65,000 people attending.
Matthew Lineham, 34, is a Dragon Con exhibitor and New York-based artist who creates images of new wave musicians. His work is inspired by stained-glass church windows and the colorful clothing and personalities of bands from the MTV era, including Athens, Ga. groups R.E.M. and the B-52's.
Tens of thousands of sci-fi, fantasy and pop culture fans once again made their yearly pilgrimage to downtown Atlanta on Labor Day weekend for Dragon Con 2021 — now in its 35th year — after the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to take the event strictly online in 2020.
The 35th annual Dragon Con kicked off in downtown Atlanta on Thursday — with restrictions and precautions in place amid a spike in COVID-19 cases across Georgia. The return marked what many consider to be an institution of the city after the pandemic forced organizers to cancel last year's in-person event.
Organizers of Atlanta’s long-running multimedia and pop culture convention Dragon Con announced a change to their attendance policy on Tuesday — requiring all attendees to either have proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test in the wake of the delta variant currently ravaging the state.
Atlanta’s largest pop culture convention will return in-person this September after the COVID-19 pandemic forced organizers to cancel it in 2020.
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