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Last month saw VS Gaming, in partnership with Reed Exhibitions Africa and ReedPOP, announce that Africa, and Johannesburg in particular would be receiving an official Comic Con of its own. Slated for 14 to 16 September at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit and International Convention Centre, now tickets for the hotly anticipated event have gone up on sale via Computicket.

The tickets will be sold in two phases, according to the organisers. Phase 1 kicked off at 9:00 this morning, with a single day general admission ticket starting at R120. As of 13:00 today, or when phase 1 sells out, the second phase comes into play, where ticket prices increase to R150.

The full breakdown of tickets prices are listed below:

Phase 1

Friday, 14 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R120
Saturday, 15 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R120
Sunday, 16 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R120
General Admission for all three days – R300

Phase 2

Friday, 14 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R150
Saturday, 15 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R150
Sunday, 16 September - General Admission 1 Day (Launch) – R150
General Admission for all three days – R350

Comic Con Africa also notes the tickets above do not include any extras or add-on events, such as signings or panels. Those looking for VIP or Hospitality packages will have to wait a little while longer, with their availability set to be revealed soon.

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