Liverpool Comic Con 2022: Ticket prices, guests, parking, Q&A and more

Liverpool Comic Con returns this year after a successful event in November 2021.

Sci-fi fans, comic book enthusiasts and cosplay enthusiasts can meet their favorite celebrities at the event taking place at Exhibition Center Liverpool on May 21-22.

Among the celebrities invited to the event are Vampire Diaries stars Candice King and Matt Davis. Glee stars Matthew Morrison and Heather Morris will also appear.

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Visitors will be able to arrange photos and autographs with guests. Details and prices for photo shoots and autograph sessions with your favorite stars can be found here.

Guests at Comic Con 2022

Candice King

Michael Trevino

Michael Malarkey

david ander

steven kruger

Matt Davis

Danielle Rose Russell

Riley Volkel

summer fountain

Peyton list

Martin Kove


Gianni Decenzo

Courtney Henggeler

vanessa rubio

Joe Seo

Jesse Kove

Robin Lord Taylor

Sean Perwee

Drew Powell

Michael Rooker

Sean Gunn

Pierre Weller

Nolan North

Ian Ziering

Tara Reid

Nadia Hilker

Ross Marquand

Seth Giliam

Dan Foger

Tom Welling

Erica Durance

Michael Rosenbaum

Laura Vandervoot

Sam Jones III

Matthew Morrison

Kevin McHale

Heather Morris

Max Adler

josh susman

David Bradley

Paul McGann

Eddie McClintock

Chad Michael Murray

Ricky Whittle

Barry Pearl

Michael Tucci

Kelly neighborhood

Jamie Donnelly

Dinah Manoff

Randal Kleiser

Joey Cramer

Andy Secombe

Tia Ballard

Clifford Chapin

Kristen McGuire

Felicia Angele

Caroline Ravassa

Mark Lester


Visitors to Comic Con will be able to browse trade booths that sell everything from replica props, clothing and toys to original artwork and more. There are also props and sets from many franchises where fans can enjoy taking pictures and many attractions such as training schools, video games, activities, exhibits, etc.

Questions and answers

There will be a number of Q&A sessions throughout the Liverpool Comic Con weekend. However, a complete list has not been released.

Official programs are available for £1 at the door and at information points throughout the site which will show you where everything is and what time photo and Q&A sessions take place.

How to get tickets

Liverpool Comic Con 2022 is taking place this weekend, May 21-22, at Exhibition Center Liverpool.

There are a limited number of tickets still available, although Saturday is sold out. Here are the tickets still available at the time of publication:

Sunday Adult Early Entry – £26.95

Sunday Adult Standard Entry – £21.45

Sunday child 6-12 early entry – £11

Sunday child 6-12 standard entry – £8.80

Sunday child under 6 early entry – Free

Sunday child under 6 standard entry – Free

Saturday After Party at Camp and Furnace (18+) – £11

Tickets can be purchased through the website.

Car park

There is temporary parking at Liverpool Waterfront Car Park, near Liverpool Exhibition Center near Queen’s Wharf. On-site parking is limited and is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Accessible parking is available on site. Additional parking is also available nearby, with 3,000 spaces across three sites. Each car park is secure and open 24 hours a day. These include:

Q-Park Liverpool ONE, 35 Strand Street, L1 8LT

Q-Park Hanover Street, Gradwell Street, L1 5AQ

Q-Park John Lewis, 17 Liver Street, L1 8LJ

Quai Albert

Are ATMs available?

There is an ATM on site, but it is not always operational during events, so guests are strongly advised to bring cash. There are card terminals at each guest’s table as well as in the photo areas where you can purchase photo ops, autographs, selfies, and COA certificates.

It should be noted that the vast majority of merchants accept cards as well as cash, but always check with the merchant before purchasing an item.

Food and drink

Food and drink options are available throughout the Liverpool Exhibition Centre. You can find out more here .

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Daniel K. Denny