The convention will be held at Costley Mill Park, 455 Costley Mill Road NE in Conyers. Tickets are available at beaconhillshigh.com. Day passes are $99 and a weekend general admission pass is $249. VIP packages range from $800 to $3,000.
A separate Thursday night event where you can dine with the cast at Social Goat Tavern in Covington and compete in an axe throwing competition next door at Ax Town is $199. The convention, which will include panel discussions and meet and greets, is holding a mini-carnival Friday night with rides, games, a costume contest and a chance to dunk Posey in a dunk tank. One of the actors, Orny Adams who plays Coach Bobby Finstock, is holding a comedy show Friday night.
On Saturday, Posey will perform a concert and on Sunday, there will be a game night with cast members.
Posey, by the way, was revealed as the Hawk in this week’s “The Masked Singer” on Fox.
The list of expected attendees:
- Tyler Posey (Scott McCall)
- Tyler Hoechlin (Derek Hale)
- Gideon Emery (Deucalion)
- Linden Ashby (Sheriff Noah Stilinski)
- Shelley Hennig (Malia Tate)
- Holland Roden (Lydia Martin)
- Crystal Reed (Allison Argent)
- Kylin Rhambo (Deputy Mason Hewitt)
- Dylan Sprayberry (Liam Dumbar)
- Ryan Kelley (Jordan Parrish)
- John Posey (Dr. Conrad Fenris)
- Ian Bohen (Peter Hale)
- JR Bourne (Chris Argent)
- Melissa Ponzio (Melissa McCall)
- Orny Adams (Coach Bobby Finstock)
- Adam Fristoe (Adrian Harris)
- Colton Haynes (Jackson Whittemore)
- Max Carver (Aiden Steiner)
- Vince Mattis (Eli Hale)
- Lani Sarem, event host, actress and writer
- Torrance Coombs (Actor seen in The Tudors, Reign and The Originals)
- Sebastian Roche (Actor seen in Odyssey 5, Fringe, The Man in The High Castle, Supernatural and more)
- Stiles’ famous blue Jeep
Atlanta media mogul Tyler Perry has signed a new creative partnership with Netflix that covers eight films over four years.
He has previously produced three films for Netflix: drama “A Fall From Grace,” comedy “A Madea Homecoming” and period piece “A Jazzman’s Blues.” He also has two upcoming films with the streaming service: a World War II drama “Six Triple Eight” starring Kerry Washington and a thriller “Mea Culpa” starring Kelly Rowland.
He has a separate four-film deal with Amazon as well, including “Black, White & Blue,” a police brutality drama, and “Divorce in the Black,” which focuses on a broken marriage. There is also an upcoming documentary about Perry on Amazon called “Maxine’s Baby,” which is set to come out Nov. 17. Perry also continues to produce TV shows for Viacom’s BET+, BET cable network and Nickelodeon.
Sean “Ferrari” Simmons has joined 105.3/The Beat as an afternoon host, taking over for program director Vladimir “DJ Loui Vee” Scott. He is on from 2 to 7 p.m. weekdays.
Simmons first came to Atlanta at V-103 in 2015 before moving to Streetz 94.5 first as an evening host, then afternoons. He was at Streetz for about five years. He most recently spent nine months working in promotions at Warner Records.