The Best Thing About HVFF London 2017 -The Fans
Published on June 2nd, 2017 | Updated on June 2nd, 2017 | By FanFest
Another edition of HVFF, but this time in London, and boy did we have a BLAST! We are here to highlight some of the best moments on this convention.
First things first, most people did see the first panel of the weekend. It was the panel with John Barrowman. He was truly funny and super adorable with the children he pulled on stage.
But we all remember how he came on stage, right? He pulled it off so well!
And you guys, your cosplays were on point!
We all could feel the effect that was left after the attacks in Manchester. But, there was a special feeling at this convention. There was a feeling of unity.
"I love you! Thank you for your strength" @MehcadBrooks hugs a young woman from Manchester #HVFF pic.twitter.com/uPAZf2OBLN
— Fan Fest Events (@fanfestevents) May 27, 2017
I’ve never been as proud as I was this weekend to be a part of a community that is SO strong. Can we stand still and applaud the organization for putting our safety first for a second? And of course the extra security guards that were patrolling the grounds to make sure everything was all right. Without them, this convention wouldn’t have been as safe as it was.
But what I thought was the most beautiful thing about this weekend, was seeing the amazing reactions to this convention after. I’ve never seen so many good reactions on a con and I’ve never seen so many happy faces online! Here are some of my favorite posts I saw appear in the Facebook group:
Some were even SUPER excited and started planning for next year. And they made a wish list of who they want at the con next year. Take a look:
I think it’s safe to say that Josh Segarra was pretty popular this weekend!
All in all, this was a great weekend. And we enjoyed it to the fullest. Share your experiences of this weekend with us in the comments below or on our social media pages!
Who will we see at HVFF 2018?!
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