WhoFest 2 - April 24-26, 2015 - Dallas, Texas

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Colin Baker, Nicola Bryant, Nicholas Briggs, Terry Molloy, and Jason Haigh-Ellery


plus Peter Pixie as Master of Ceremonies!


WhoFest 2 News and Notes


Join us: WhoFest 2 will be here before you know it (that's just how linear time works) so register now. It's just $70 for adults for the whole weekend. Youth memberships (ages 6-12) are $35. Kids 5 and under are just $1. (Yes, just $1!)


Meet them: Our 2015 guests include Sixth Doctor Colin Baker, Sixth Doctor companion Peri Nicola Bryant, Davros fron the classic series (1984-1988) Terry Molloy, the new series voice of the Daleks and Cybermen Nicholas Briggs, and Big Finish Productions head honcho Jason Haigh-Ellery, plus a bevy of panelists and surprises.


Get a room: WhoFest 2 will be held at the Westin D/FW Airport Hotel (4545 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063) and rooms are available now at the great WhoFest rate of $104 per night, plus tax. Learn more on our hotel information page then get your room at our WhoFest hotel reservations page.


WhoFest memories: Thank you to everyone who helped make the first WhoFest a huge success! Relive the fun with these articles from DFW.com, the Dallas Observer, and the WhoFest Facebook page.


Find older WhoFest news on our archive page.


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