The Rio Suites Hotel in Las Vegas will be the happening spot this March 8-10. Favorite actors who play hunters, angels, leviathan, and even a Super Fan 99 will join fans from around the world to party with Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki in none other than Sin City itself. Just as the Winchester Brothers do every year, Supernatural fans will make a pilgrimage to Las Vegas.
Stars of CW’s hit television show Supernatural will take a break from saving the world to take part in Creation Entertainment’s Salute to Supernatural. Joining the boys in Sin City will be Jim Beaver, Misha Collins, Mark Sheppard, Richard Speight, Jr., Matt Cohen, Sebastian Roche, Mark Pellegrino, Julie McNiven, Rob Benedict, Chad Lindberg, Samantha Smith, Gabriel Tigerman, Corin Nemec, Emily Perkins, and James Patrick Stuart
With Richard Speight, Jr. as the master of ceremonies, the audience will be guaranteed unending laughter and shenanigans throughout the weekend. To start the party off right there will be the always popular Friday night Karaoke party with Dick and Matt. Joining in the fun will be Chad Lindberg, James Patrick Stuart, Gabriel Tigerman, and Rob Benedict. The audience will also be treated to a special performance by alternative rock band Louden Swain led by Supernatural’s own Rob Benedict. Other activities will include the famous costume contest with a top prize of a $250 gift certificate, a music video contest with $100 gift certificate prize, and cocktail parties with the stars. Of course the fans will marvel at the vendor’s area while they pick up their goodies to take back home with them.
Although the special gold and silver packages have already sold out, there are still general admission tickets available for $109 for the weekend or $30-$60 per day. Photo ops and autographs range from $40 to $65. Unfortunately all photo ops and autographs with Jensen and Jared have already sold out. Tickets can still be purchased online at Creation’s website. Unlike so many other conventions, Creation Entertainment has a strict policy not to "oversell" their events. For anyone who has attended some of the big Comic Con events, they know the pain of paying their ticket and not finding room to even see their favorites. With 40 years of experience Creation is also well known for their organization and fairness to the attendees.