It's so exciting to have Shreveport's comic con, Geek'd Con, back on the schedule for 2021. We had to unfortunately miss the 2020 show due to the COVID pandemic restrictions around the state. But the show is back on for 2021, with a return set for August 13th-15th at the Shreveport Convention Center.

Before the pandemic, Geek'd Con had become one of the biggest pop culture events in the region. With guests like Michael Rooker, LeVar Burton, Elvira, Peter Mayhew, Chris Sarandon, and more.

Now Geek'd Con is coming back in 2021, and tickets are going on sale this week.

The 2021 show has an incredible lineup. Including Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Alice Cooper, Jason Mewes from Jay and Silent Bob of the Kevin Smith universe, Emily Swallow who plays The Armorer in Star Wars' The Mandalorian, Peter Facinelli from the Twilight movies, Murr from Impractical Jokers, Christopher McDonald who played Shooter McGavin in Happy Gilmore, and guests from Harry Potter, the MCU, and more. You can find the full lineup here.

General Admission Tickets, and VIP Tickets, are available now. You can buy them here.

Here are all the ticket details you will need to know:


Kids 5-and-under free ALL WEEKEND!


Includes Weekend Pass, plus shirt, bag, VIP Badge, and One Hour Early Access through Pre-Show VIP Entrance.

$65 EARLY BIRD VIP - A limited number of VIP tickets will only be available before full tickets go on sale

$75 VIP Tickets - Only available in advance, will not be sold at the door. Limited quantity


$10 Friday night only

$25 Single Day (Sat OR Sun only)-Adult ticket ($30 at the door)

$35 Weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) pass-Adult ticket ($45 at the door)


$5 Friday night only (only available at the door)

$15 Single Day (Sat OR Sun only)-Adult ticket (same at the door)

$20 Weekend (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) pass-Adult ticket (same at the door)


$5 Friday night only

$20 Single Day (Sat OR Sun only)-Adult ticket

$30 Weekend pass-Adult ticket (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)


Please call (318) 688-1130 for more details

Convention Hours

Friday (Vendor’s Night) – 6pm-9pm

Saturday – 10am-7pm (VIP Doors 9am)

Sunday – 11am-5pm (VIP Doors 10am)


Do you allow Cosplay?

YES! We highly encourage it!

For costume contest info and Cosplay rules please visit or with specific questions, contact

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

No there is no ID requirements. No age limit. All ages welcome.

What if I bought a weekend pass and lose my wristband?

Oh no! Try not to lose your weekend wristband, if you do please keep your receipt and we will be more than happy to replace your wristband at no additional cost. If you cannot prove your weekend purchase you will have to buy a new weekend pass.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Parking is FREE all weekend long. Check your hotel for shuttle availability.

What can/can't I bring to the event?

No outside food or beverage allowed inside. Personal cameras are allowed. No projectile/sharp/dangerous cosplay accessories allowed. All cosplay must follow the Geek'd Con and Convention Center Cosplay Rules.

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Is my ticket transferrable?

Online tickets are non-transferrable. Physical tickets are allowed to be transferred, gifted, or resold.

What is the refund policy?

Refunds are not available. If you have any refund concerns please contact


• Brief health screening at entrance

• Hand sanitizer will be readily available and each vendor will be required to have hand sanitizer at their booth

• Masks are REQUIRED inside the Shreveport Convention Center by the City of Shreveport, and will be available at the entrance

• Encouraging patrons to remain 6 feet apart

Geek'd Con Lineup 2021: August 13th-15th

After a year off, Geek'd Con is back and we have an amazing lineup! Here's our guest line up for this year's show. If you want to go, you can buy your tickets here.

Legendary Musicians Who Rocked The Hirsch In Shreveport

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