From: Thursday, Sep 2nd, 2021
To: Monday, Sep 6th, 2021
Dragon Con Atlanta 2021
Dragon Con Atlanta is the city’s perfect excuse to dress as their favorite superheroes and animated princesses during the Labor Day Weekend attracting over 80,000 visitors.
Dragon Con Atlanta bills itself the largest multi-media, pop culture convention focusing on science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe. The event brings together fans across multiple genres including literature, television & movies, comics and gaming, for 3 days of fun in one single convention.
For many Dragon Con fans, the quality of the cosplay and costuming distinguishes this one convention from all the others. Over the years, Labor Day weekend has become a four-day parade of the finest costumes that fans from across the country can muster, many bringing several costumes so that they have something different to wear each day of the convention.
Cosplayers tend to save their best for the nighttime, though, promenading through the hotel lobbies and posing for photos. The gay bars and clubs of Atlanta are packed with hot sexy super heroes and villains and many host special theme nights and special events including the Spectrum Party, the Superhero Underwear party and the “Rocky Horror Picture Show” Live. There are also special LGBTQ panels at the convention during the 4 days.
Where is Dragon Con Held?
Dragon Con Dragon Con will be held in five host hotels including:
- Hyatt Regency Atlanta
- Atlanta Hilton
- Sheraton Atlanta
- Atlanta Marriott Marquis
- Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel in downtown Atlanta
What are the hours for the Dragon Con Convention?
The Dragon Con convention opens at 5 p.m. on Thursday and runs around the clock until 5 p.m. on Monday.
The Dragon Con Parade
Each year, Dragon Con presents parade that is talked about for at least the next twelve months where you can see everything that you can possibly imagine! The Dragon Con Parade takes place on Saturday at 10 a.m. on Peachtree Street in downtown Atlanta.
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Map of Gay Atlanta
The Atlanta gay population lives, works and plays all over the city and even into the suburbs. Midtown has several of the city’s most popular gay bars like Blake’s, Burkhart’s Pub, Bulldogs and Swinging Richards. The Atlanta LBGT populace is also partially responsible for the resurgence of Grant Park in the 1980s. The historic neighborhood was falling into ruins when members of the community started scooping up properties, renovating and restoring them to their original glory. This fever pitch trickled over into the neighborhoods of East Atlanta, Ormewood Park and the Old Fourth Ward. These are all eclectic, funky and tolerant neighborhoods, like most of Atlanta.
Recommended Apartments in Atlanta
Sleeps 6 Guests
West Home is a one of a Kind 2 bedroom 2 bathroom fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher, a microwave, a washing machine loft overlooking Midtown & offers free WiFi and air conditioning
Sleeps 4 Guests
Amazing air conditioned Midtown apartment with 2 bedrooms 1 bathroom, with living room and fully fitted Kitchen, located in Atlanta’s most popular Midtown neighborhood close to bars and lots of restaurants
Sleeps 5 Guests
Amazing Atlanta Fully Furnished air conditioned Apartments features a living room with cable flat-screen TV a kitchen, fitted with a dishwasher, bathroom with a shower, free toiletries. Free WiFi and fitness centre
Sleeps 6 Guests
Cozy Hotel Style air conditioned Condo Located Midtown offering 2 bedrooms, a living room with TV, a fully equipped kitchen, patio and an outdoor pool. Free WiFi, a fitness centre. close to the bars and restaurants
Dragon Con Atlanta
Dragon Con 2019 Cosplay Video
Recommended Hotels in Atlanta
The gay scene is spread across the city of Atlanta, however we recommend you stay in Midtown. Its close to the best bars and clubs plus it is within easy reach of all the other sights and gay districts.
The Glenn Hotel
3 Star, Great Location
Downtown’s first boutique propertywhere eye-popping orange room accents and a South Beach-worthy rooftop bar with one of the best city skyline views amp up the buzz.