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FedCon XVIII - Bonn, Germany, May 1 - 3, 2009

the list of guests is now complete and definitive:

Stars of FedCon XVIII 2009


Edward James Olmos
Commander Adama, Battlestar Galactica
Status: Confirmed

Summer Glau
River Tam - Serenity/Firefly
Status: Confirmed

Nichelle Nichols
Uhura, Star Trek: Classic
Status: Confirmed

Colin Ferguson
Jack Carter, Eureka
Status: Confirmed


Jordan Hinson
Zoe Carter, Eureka
Status: Confirmed

Christopher Judge
Teal'c - SG-1
Status: Confirmed

James Callis
Gaius Baltar, Battlestar Galactica
Status: Confirmed

Aaron Douglas
Chief Tyrol, BSG
Status: Confirmed


Adam Baldwin
Jayne Cobb - Firefly/Serenity
Status: Confirmed

John Billingsley
Dr. Phlox, ENT
Status:

Robert Picardo
Holodoc, Star Trek: Voyager
Status: Confirmed

Nana Visitor
Kira Nerys, Star Trek: DS9
Status: Confirmed


Connor Trinneer
Trip Tucker, Star Trek: Enterprise, Stargate Atlantis
Status: Confirmed

Dominic Keating
Malcom Reed, ENT
Status: Confirmed

Jerry Doyle
Michael Garibaldi, Babylon 5
Status: Confirmed

Marc Alaimo
Gul Dukat, DS9
Status: Confirmed


Jeffrey Combs
Shran, Weyoun, Brunt - DS9, VOY, ENT
Status: Confirmed

Max Grodénchik
Rom, Star Trek: DS9
Status: Confirmed

Erin Gray
Col. Dearing, Buck Rogers
Status: Confirmed

Richard Hatch
Cap. Apollo, Battlestar Galactica
Status: Confirmed


Jonathan Woodward
Knox - Angel / Tracey - Firefly
Status: Confirmed

Richard Arnold




more information:

http://www.fedcon.de

attention:
you should hurry if you want a weekend ticket, because they have already sold many of them...

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Comment by StarTrekFan on September 14, 2008 at 12:26am
yes, it is true, but if you search a room not in maritim ( the rooms in maritim are not available, because they are already booked) you should spare a lot of money...
however, I think that it is a great convention; perhaps they invite too many guests and it is the reason for the prize of the ticket.
Comment by databrent on September 13, 2008 at 4:01pm
Great guests! I haven't been to FedCon in eight years...*sigh*.
But I have to say: It's just too expensive, even when I live in Germany, even the weekend tickets! I remember the times when attending this convention was A LOT less expensive (in the 90s), and I loved to be there. I don't know when I'll be ready to spend that much money on a con....hmmm...

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