Make history again at HISTORY Con Philippines 2017

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Yes, the ultimate convention that took Manila last year is back once more, and it is bigger! HISTORY Con Philippines 2017 is back from August 10-13, 2017 at the World Trade Center Manila in Pasay City. That's four days of super duper exciting activies and events. Featuring almost 300 exhibits including a special Home & Living curated fair from FYI.

Activities include for this year's History Con such as food fairs, attempting to break another world record, engaging in various workshops and many more! Plus, you can meet your favorite History celebrities in person such as, 'Horny' Mike Henry from Counting Cars, Daniel Colby from The Pickers, Ryu Lim from Forged in Fire, Jamie Dempsey from Ride N' Seek, Justin Moff from Photo Face-off, and our very own Phoemela Barranda and Gaby Dela Merced from Celebrity Car Wars. Not only that, this year, celebrities from HISTORY's sister channel FYI are here too. This includes, John Weisbart and Zack Griffin from Tiny House Nation, and Adam Liaw from Destination Flavour. This year's History Con also have special guests such as basketballer Jordan Kilganon, local historian Dr. Ambet R. Ocampo, medical doctor Dr. Ted Esguerra, engineer Roland Jay Miguel, sculptor Ram Mallari, astronaut Barry Wilmore, and comic book enthusiast Paolo Ollero.

As for admission, tickets are priced from P250.00 for a general admission day pass and P1,500.00 for a four-day History Makers Pass. Tickets are now available online at SM Tickets.

Meanwhile, check the trailer for this year's HISTORY Con 2017 here:

Ultimate Convention Back in Manila Philippines | History Con 2017

History Con is back in Manila. It will be bigger and better in every aspect from last History Con. World Trade Center Manila. From 10th to 13th August. For more details, visit www.historyasia.com/historycon for more details. Watch more HISTORY.


HISTORY and FYI are owned by A&E Networks Asia. BP/Fandom Pilipinas. (Photo, video, and additional info from History Asia)

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