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Title:Anime Expo® - A Celebration of Japanese Pop Culture
Description:The largest anime and manga convention in North America! Join us at the Los Angeles Convention Center, July 1st - 4th, 2017. (Pre-Show Night: June 30)
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Anime Expo® - A Celebration of Japanese Pop Culture
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AMV Competition
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World Cosplay Summit USA
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Academic Program
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Have Questions?
Schedule
Ticketed Events
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Explore what AX has to offer
Anime / Manga
Contests
Cosplay
Culture
Gaming
Music
Shopping
AMV Competition
AMV Theatre
Industry Panels
Manga Lounge
Premieres #038; Screenings
AMV Competition
J-Pop #038; K-Pop Dance Battles
Game Shows
Late Comedy Showdown
Masquerade
Tabletop Gaming
World Cosplay Summit USA
Cosplay Senpai
Entertainment Hall
Gatherings
Masquerade
Photo Sets
Repair Station
World Cosplay Summit USA
Academic Program
Art Show
Butler Cafe
Fashion Show
Game Shows
Lounge 21
Maid Cafe
Night Cafe
Workshops
Arcade
eGaming
Entertainment Hall
Tabletop Gaming
Tournaments
Anisong World Matsuri 2017
AXDance
Concerts
Karaoke
Neon District
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Have Questions?
How To's
How to Attend
How to Host a Panel/Workshop
How to get an Autograph
July 1st-4th, 2017
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anime expo 2017
july 1st-4th @ los angeles convention center
Pre-Show Night: June 30
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Latest Updates
Tensai Okamura joins AX 2017 Guest of Honor Line-Up!
June 8, 2017
We welcome director Tensai Okamura from to Anime Expo 2017 as a Guest of Honor! Okamura will participate in a panel on July 3, 12 #8211; 1 PM read more
Anime Expo 2017 to Host World Premiere of
June 8, 2017
Trials of Bahamut #8211; Real Escape Game
June 7, 2017
Behind-the-Scenes
Performers Announced for Night Cafe + Tickets on Sale this Weekend!
June 1, 2017
Come experience a variety of evening entertainment, games and drinks. Every guest will receive one complimentary drink upon entry. Tables will have the chance to win another round read more
Late Comedy Showdown ticket information!
May 27, 2017
AX 2017 Merchandise Preview: Part One~!
May 22, 2017
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Guest Spotlight
Miss Monochrome
The virtual music idol Ms. Monochrome will be performing at AX this year! Don’t miss her one-time-only panel performance!
Tsunako
Tsunako is the artist behind the cute characters in Idea Factory’s Neptunia game series. Visit IFI’s booth #4410 for an autograph!
Itaru Hinoue
Character designer and illustrator. Her accomplishments include CLANNAD, Little Busters!, and Rewrite.
To Be Announced...
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ANISONG WORLD MATSURI
Anime Expo is excited to present Anisong World Matsuri Los Angeles 2017 on June 30 and July 1, 2017. Created in association with several leading Japanese entertainment companies that brought Anisong World Matsuri to AX 2016, Anisong World Matsuri at Anime Expo 2017 will return on June 30 and July 1, 2017.
June 30 amp; July 1, 2017
Maid Cafe
Maid Cafe is a show and interactive experience with an array of entertainment, including dances, musical performances, photo ops, and more.
Sat, July 1, @ 10AM thru Tue, July 4, @ 12:30PM
Butler Cafe
One of our newest additions, Butler Cafe is an interactive experience which offers an array of entertainment, including dances, musical performances, photo ops, and more..
Sat, July 1, @ 11AM thru Tue, July 4, @ 1:30PM
Masquerade
People from around the world compete in our grand showcase of cosplay and performance.
Sunday, July 2, 2017 / 8 PM – 10 PM
Neon District
Come explore the eclectic lineup of Japanese DJs, quench your thirst at the beer garden, and stand out in exclusive limited edition merchandise.
Mon. July 3, 2017 / 8PM – 2AM
One Punch Mansuri
The highly anticipated “One Punch Man” is finally here! This event will consist of an engaging talk show with special guests: Animation Director Shingo Natsume and Saitama Voice Actor Makoto Furukawa, live performance by JAM Project, a special screening, and more.
Saturday, July 2 / 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM
Love Live Event
Welcome “Love Live! Sunshine!!” to America as they host their very first joint event outside of Japan! This event will include an exciting talk show with several of the new school idol group members: Aqours. In addition, there will also be a special lottery giveaway and more!
Saturday, July 2 / 11 AM - 1 PM
Japan Band Battle
Watch FLOW and OLDCODEX battle against one another in a spectacular rock concert performance! With two opportunities to see FLOW and OLD CODEX, the Japan Band Battle will consist of two shows on Sunday, July 3, 2016. Tickets are available for each show, in which both FLOW and OLDCODEX will perform head-to-head.
Sunday, July 3 / 2-4:30PM and 8-10:30PM
Japan Super Live
Eight artists and groups come together for the biggest anime music festival in America! Join Eir Aoi, JAM Project, Luna Haruna, Minami, Sphere, T.M. Revolution, Yoko Ishida, and DJ Kazu for a music event you don't want to miss!
Saturday, July 2 / 7 PM - 11 PM
COWBOY BEBOP JAZZ CAT EXPERIENCE
Join us for an epic performance of music, storytelling and visuals celebrating one of the most influential anime of all time, Cowboy Bebop!
Monday, July 4 / 11:30 AM – 1 PM
General Info
The Venue:
The Los Angeles Convention Center
1201 S Figueroa St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
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Hotels
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How to Attend Anime Expo
A step by step guide on what to do if you want to attend Anime Expo.
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Press Industry
Anime Expo® welcomes members of the media who are involved in the anime, manga, and/or entertainment industry.
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Code of Conduct
Effective Date:  April 28, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
CODE OF CONDUCT
Following this simple Code of Conduct helps ensure a safe convention and that everyone will have fun.  Your own good judgment and courtesy towards others are key.
Please watch out for each other, take care of one another, help those who need help, and be careful.  Play it clean, sober, and safe!  Please don’t leave the Event with strangers, and make sure that your friends know when you leave or if you are going home early.
Please don’t hesitate to call security if you see anything suspicious.
Minors should not go to hotel rooms with unknown adults.
To participate in and/or attend any SPJA Event (referred to below as the “Event” regardless of whether it’s Anime Expo, Project Anime, or another one of our Events), you must comply with this Code of Conduct in order to attend and/or participate in these Events. SPJA reserves the right to modify and/or update any SPJA policy at any time without prior notice.  Violation of this Code of Conduct may result in forfeiture of your Event badge, your expulsion from the Event and/or termination of your position with SPJA.  Where the Code of Conduct refers to “SPJA’s written consent”, such written consent may be in the form of a separate written exhibitor/sponsorship agreement, vendor agreement, facility rental agreement, or other form of written agreement or permit.  The Los Angeles Event Facilities, event hotels, Microsoft Theater, NOVO theater, and all other places where any Event programming is scheduled are “Event Facilities”.
BADGES
Please be prepared to show proof of age and identification when entering the Event or any program at the Event. We will only accept the following forms of identification: government-issued driver’s licenses or identification cards, passports, or military identification.
Please wear your Event badge at all times during the Event. Terms and conditions printed on the Badges apply to you and you must conduct yourself accordingly.
PROHIBITED ACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
The following, as such violations are determined in SPJA’s sole discretion, are not permitted at the Event or its surrounding areas, including the parking lots, hotels, plazas, and structures:
Failure to be appropriately clothed, as determined by the sole discretion of SPJA. Please follow local laws, rules, and regulations when selecting your costume.
Assaulting, threatening, behaving inappropriately to another person, discriminating conduct of any nature whatsoever, making racial, religious, ethnic, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, or other slurs, bullying, and/or expressing any act of hatred towards another.
Lewd or offensive behavior, such as profanity, obscene language or conduct, exposing nipples or genitals, making recordings in bathrooms, bedrooms, or of nipples, genitals or up skirts.
Conducting commercial or business transactions without SPJA’s prior written consent, including without limitation, selling food or beverages from unauthorized carts, stands, or ice chests inside or outside Event venues or hotels; solicitation of money, contributions, or donations; distribution of commercial advertising or promotional material of any kind, such as signs, flyers, cards, or offers of discounts on rides, or other products or services; or offering samples of items which are sold, available for sale, or available in exchange for a donation or contribution.
Unlawful conduct or failure to comply with the policies, rules, or instructions of SPJA, Event staff, the Event facility, the hotel affiliated with the Event, or law enforcement officers.
Smoking / Vaping:
Never Inside: No smoking or vaping is permitted inside any of the Event Facilities, unless there is a place specifically designated by the Event Facility that permits either.
Limited Outside: Smoking or vaping must be at least 20 feet away from all entrances per California Government Code Sections 7596-7598; no smoking is permitted in outdoor dining areas LAMC 41.50 B 18 b.
Possessing any open can, bottle or other receptacle containing alcoholic beverages, except in areas specifically designated for the consumption of alcohol and in compliance with the SPJA’s Alcohol Policy.
Possessing any illegal substance. SPJA DOES NOT tolerate illegal substances in or around Events.
Any action that impedes the flow of traffic, creates a potential or actual hazardous condition, or is deemed to interfere with Anime Expo. Individuals may be asked to move or discontinue their actions.  By way of example, an individual may be asked to relocate or terminate an activity in order to disperse a crowd which impedes traffic flow.
Any noise or music that is disruptive to other attendees or the operation of the Anime Expo.
No Soliciting
Riding Hoverboards / Skateboards / Non-ADA Scooters / Segways: if you have one of these, please check it in at bag check or, if it fits, please keep it inside your bag within the Event Facilities.
Using Roller Skates / Roller Blades
PROHIBITED ITEMS
Stilts
Weapons (Please see our “Weapons” for more info)
Drones / UAV’s
Illegal Substances
Stickers / Adhesive Graphics (Keep them in your bags/pockets and off the walls/floors of the Event Facilities)
All signs, whether for a costume prop or not, are prohibited unless approved in writing for use by Event staff.
Non-Service Live Animals – we might make an exception for a living Unicorn. Please check in with Con Ops for written permission.
Helium and Mylar Balloons
Lasers or Similar Items
Coolers
Oversized Backpacks / Bags: No bags over the airplane carry-on size are permitted. As a point of reference, the size limit for a standard airplane carry-on is 22 x 14 x 9 inches.  All bags, regardless of size, are subject to inspection at any time.
Motorized Vehicles (i.e. go-karts or kids’ battery-operated vehicles.)
Wheeled Carts / Wagons
Confetti / Loose Glitter (Glitter used on your costumes is OK)
Flammable Liquids
Open-Flame Use
Any activity prohibited by law and/or prohibited by any Event Facilities.
Cosplay Guidelines
Effective Date: April 28, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
COSPLAY GUIDELINES
At Anime Expo (“AX”), we celebrate the creativity of cosplayers and encourage everyone to cosplay whomever they wish–regardless of size, gender, age, religion, shape, color, or even species. Cosplay is all about having fun!
We simply ask that you follow the guidelines below and please keep in mind that AX is an all-ages event.
Shoes are required at all times.
Cosplaying a character that #8217;s barefoot? Please check out this tutorial on how to make #8220;invisible shoes. #8221;
Costumes and clothing should not expose the body in such a way as to be deemed indecent exposure by the City of Los Angeles or the State of California. Private parts must be covered in an opaque material that will not slip or have gaps.
Males wearing tight-fitting costumes are required to wear a dance belt.
Costumes worn on the convention floor must not obstruct or impede the flow of traffic or entryways. If the costume cannot fit through a standard doorway, it may not be allowed during general convention hours. Exceptions may be made day-of for Masquerade contestants.
Attendees with bulky costumes, costumes that obscure the vision, or costumes with large extensions such as wings or spikes, should have a designated “handler,” to assist them through the hallways and crowds.
Functioning wheels cannot be used as part of a costume or prop (i.e. anything that you might ride, push, or pull). We love your creativity, but please save the wheeled costumes/props for your photoshoots.
No costumes may be realistic depictions of American law enforcement, current American military uniforms, first responders, emergency medical personnel, or any official government agent. “Vintage,” historical, any non-current uniforms, and any military or police-style costumes may be addressed at the convention’s discretion (i.e., Resident Evil, Metal Gear Solid, etc.)
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Youth Protection Policy
1.Purpose and Goals
The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (SPJA) recognizes the importance of protecting youth participants in SPJA events and activities, including online activities. SPJA has adopted a zero tolerance policy with regard to actions or behaviors that threaten the safety of young people, including violence, bullying, sexual harassment, sexual assault, and other inappropriate or potentially harmful actions or behaviors. SPJA views the safety and security of all participants—especially young people—as a top priority.
All participants at SPJA events and activities (including online activities) are encouraged to report any unsafe or inappropriate behaviors, conditions, or circumstances, including any violation of this Youth Protection Policy or violation of any other policy or rule intended to promote a safe environment.
This Youth Protection Policy has been developed with sensitivity to the unique cultural aspects of SPJA’s mission, events, and other activities.
The goals of this policy include:
Increasing awareness about potential risks and recognizing each individual’s ability to help protect SPJA’s youth participants;
Inspiring confidence and competence in identifying dangerous situations and behaviors; and
Creating a safe and fun environment for SPJA’s youth participants.
2. Scope
This policy applies to all SPJA-managed facilities and venues and to SPJA events and activities (including online activities), as well as to all individuals involved with or participating in SPJA events and activities, including employees, volunteers, panelists, performers, Guests of Honor (GOH), members of a GOH’s or performer’s entourage, Artist Alley participants, exhibitors, vendors, press (including reporters, photographers, and videographers), and others.
SPJA encourages everyone to:
RECOGNIZE that each individual can help protect youth;
IDENTIFY harmful actions and report them to an SPJA representative immediately;
CREATE a safe and fun environment for youth.
3. Prohibition of Attendance or Participation in an SPJA Event or Activity
SPJA may refuse to admit or may prohibit the participation of any individual who refuses to comply with SPJA policies, including this Youth Protection Policy. Any person who provides inaccurate or misleading information, or who is disqualified from participation pursuant to Section 5 (Disqualifying Criteria) below, will not be allowed to provide services on behalf of SPJA at that year’s events and activities, and may be permanently disqualified from working with SPJA in the future.
Those desiring to provide goods or services at SPJA events must comply with the following requirements, and not be disqualified under Section 5 (Disqualifying Criteria). 
a. Employees amp; Volunteers
All individuals applying for an employee or volunteer role at SPJA must:
complete an online application
provide appropriate and accurate information, including full legal name
complete SPJA’s online youth protection training at www.youthprotectionportal.org/SPJA
agree to SPJA’s Code of Conduct for employees and volunteers
consent to a criminal history background check conducted by a third party vendor retained by SPJA, and
provide truthful information as required by the background check provider in order to facilitate the background check.
b. Panelists, Performers, Guests of Honor, Guest of Honor or Performer Entourages, and Artist Alley Participants
Each panelist, performer, Guest of Honor (GOH), GOH or performer entourage member, and Artist Alley participant who will attend SPJA events is strongly encouraged to complete SPJA’s youth protection training available at www.youthprotectionportal.org/SPJA. The training provides information and tips to help you contribute to a safe and comfortable event or activity environment for all attendees and participants, especially youth.
Although panelists, performers, Guests of Honor (GOH), GOH or performer entourage members, and Artist Alley participants are not required to complete a background check, they are strongly encouraged to do so, and may do so at SPJA’s expense through its third party vendor.  They are also strongly encouraged to discuss internally and with SPJA how to use carefully focused background checks to disqualify people with known histories of misconduct involving youth, as part of an industry-wide conversation about youth protection.
c. Exhibitors, Vendors, and Members of the Press and Industry
Each exhibitor, vendor, member of the press, or member of industry who will attend SPJA events is strongly encouraged to complete SPJA’s youth protection training available at www.youthprotectionportal.org/SPJA. The training provides information and tips to help you contribute to a safe and comfortable event or activity environment for all attendees and participants, especially youth.
Although exhibitors, vendors, members of the press, and members of industry are not required to complete a background check, they are strongly encouraged to do so.  They are also strongly encouraged to discuss internally and with SPJA how to use carefully focused background checks to disqualify people with known histories of misconduct involving youth, as part of an industry-wide conversation about youth protection.
4. Code of Conduct
To promote a safe environment and protect the many young participants at SPJA events and activities, SPJA has adopted a Code of Conduct which specifies behavioral expectations for SPJA employees and volunteers.
5. Disqualifying Criteria
a. Employees and Volunteers: 
Any SPJA employee, volunteer, or applicant for an employee or volunteer position will be deemed ineligible for service or participation at SPJA if the individual:
fails to complete a required screening process or fails to provide necessary information required to complete the check. 
otherwise provides information that is false or intended to be misleading;
was previously terminated from a paid or volunteer position due to misconduct involving a youth; or
was previously found or determined by SPJA to have engaged in misconduct involving youth at or around an SPJA event or activity; or
b. Panelists, Performers, Guests of Honor, Guest of Honor or Performer Entourages, and Artist Alley Participants: 
In addition, and although they are not required to complete background checks, any performer, guest of honor, GOH or performer entourage member, panelist, Artist Alley participant, press, exhibitor, or vendor position will be deemed ineligible for service or participation at SPJA events if the individual:
provides information that is false or intended to be misleading;
was previously terminated from a paid or volunteer position due to misconduct involving a youth; or
was previously found or determined by SPJA to have engaged in misconduct involving youth at or around an SPJA event or activity.
In addition, reportable convictions or disclosures of registrations, for any of the following criminal offenses or registrations will prompt a determination that an applicant for an employee or volunteer role does not meet SPJA’s criminal background screening criteria:
a. Any reportable felony conviction (crimes punishable by confinement greater than one year) involving violence, sexual activity, or harm to children, including distributing alcohol or drugs to minors:
Defined on the basis of exposure for the offense for which the defendant was convicted, pled guilty or pled nolo contendere. If pled down, then the crime to which the defendant ultimately pled.
Defined as all crimes punishable by greater than one year in jail or prison, regardless of how characterized by jurisdiction. If range, alternate sentencing, or indeterminate sentencing with an outer range greater than one year.
b. Any reportable lesser criminal conviction involving force or threat of force against a person
c. Any reportable lesser criminal conviction of a sexual nature or classified as a sex offense including but not limited to ‘victimless’ crimes of a sexual nature such as prostitution, pornography, indecent exposure, and crimes in which sexual relations is an element
d. Any reportable lesser criminal conviction involving cruelty to animals
e. Any reportable lesser criminal conviction involving harm to a minor, including distributing alcohol or drugs to minors
f. Any Sex Offender Registrant
g. Any prior allegations of behavior at an SPJA event or activity that is inconsistent with our Youth Protection Policy.
Appeals Process: Any person for whom a background check is required who does not meet SPJA’s background check criteria will be given the opportunity to: (1) withdraw the application, or (2) dispute the accuracy of the background screening report through an appeals process with the third party background checking firm retained by SPJA.
Any decision regarding disqualified person will be documented and kept in an internal database of persons deemed ineligible for employee or volunteer roles at SPJA.
6. Responsibilities amp; Expectations
a. Youth Participants
Youth participants are present throughout SPJA events. Because of the crowded nature of SPJA events, children aged 13 years and younger must be chaperoned by an adult at all times. All SPJA representatives must be aware of their surroundings. If you notice an unaccompanied child who you believe to be aged 13 years or younger, contact your supervisor, or an SPJA representative who will notify Security or the Appropriate Supervisor. If the situation requires immediate intervention, engage another SPJA representative to assist you in approaching the child and contacting your supervisor.
SPJA representatives are prohibited from caring for children while providing services on behalf of SPJA. All SPJA representatives should ensure that their own children are under the care of an adult while at SPJA events, and should not agree to watch or take care of another person’s child or children for any amount of time, even momentarily.
b. Lost Child Policy
Unaccompanied children aged 13 years and younger are of an especially vulnerable age and are deemed critical missing. Children aged 14 years and older are not considered critical missing unless the child has a preexisting medical condition such as autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, an intellectual disability, or another similar condition.
When a child deemed critical missing is reported missing, SPJA will use all available resources to find the child. A security officer and/or a designated SPJA staff member will stay with the parents or guardians at all times until the child has been found and reunited with their caretaker.
c. Found Child Policy
When an unaccompanied child aged 13 years or younger is found, the child should be escorted to the Event Operations office by two SPJA representatives or security officers—one male and one female. If the child is uncooperative or emotionally distraught, refrain from forcing the child to comply, and remain with the child in the current location. Request additional support if needed. If the child’s parents or guardians have not come forward to claim the child after 20 minutes, notify your supervisor and an SPJA director will contact the police.
When reuniting a child with their parent or guardian, ask for identification before releasing the child back into the custody of the parent or guardian. Document the identification information and a contact number for the parent or guardian.
d. Safety Concerns and SafeSpace Locations
Any SPJA event attendee who feels unsafe or concerned is encouraged to seek assistance from an SPJA representative, or to proceed to a SafeSpace location. Messaging about SafeSpace locations will be featured during SPJA events, and locations will be clearly marked. As an SPJA representative, one of your important responsibilities is to make sure you know where the SafeSpace locations are located, so that you can properly and compassionately assist any attendee who needs to find a SafeSpace.
e. Social Media
Social media is an important part of the SPJA’s events and activities. In most cases, social media sites and accounts are used to celebrate and promote culture. Young people may be more susceptible to negative experiences on social media sites, more likely to fall victim to harmful behavior, and more likely to engage in risky behavior. Some youth use social media to ‘try on’ alternative versions of themselves, behaving more boldly online than they would in person. Adding to the risk is the fact that youth may not have spoken with their parents or guardians about social media safety. SPJA is committed to providing a safe experience for young fans of culture, including on social media sites sponsored or supported by SPJA.
SPJA will not tolerate any conduct, including online activity, that puts young event participants at risk of physical, emotional or sexual abuse or bullying. Under no circumstances may any content of a sexual nature be transmitted to an underage attendee. Any SPJA attendee or representative who violates this strict policy concerning social media is subject to immediate dismissal. In addition, the transmission of any sexual content or requests for sexual contact made to an underage attendee will be promptly reported to law enforcement.
f. Photography amp; Video
Photography is generally allowed and encouraged at SPJA events. However, photography is prohibited in certain areas and all SPJA event participants and representatives have the right to privacy. Thus, permission should be obtained before a photograph is taken, and if an individual indicates that they prefer not to have their photograph taken, this should be respected in all cases, including by professional and amateur photographers. Additionally, no youth attendee should be photographed in private, either on-site or off-site, without a parent or guardian.
If you become aware of a situation where a person has been unwillingly photographed, or an inappropriate photograph has been taken, it is your responsibility to notify your supervisor right away. Persons taking inappropriate photographs or photographs of an unwilling subject are subject to discipline, up to and including immediate dismissal from an SPJA event.
g. Costuming amp; Cosplay
Cosplay is generally allowed and encouraged at SPJA events. However, inappropriate cosplay is prohibited. All SPJA event participants have the right to an expectation of a family-friendly environment. Thus, if you notice someone who is dressed or is behaving inappropriately, it is your responsibility to notify your supervisor right away.
7. Prohibited Activities
a. Abuse and Physical Force
All SPJA representatives are strictly prohibited from engaging in violent behaviors while at SPJA events, including but not limited to abusive or offensive language, hitting or shoving. If you become aware of violent behaviors involving youth, notify your supervisor right away.
This policy does not apply to official demonstrations of martial arts or other performances.
b. Sexual Contact or Communication
All SPJA representatives are strictly prohibited from engaging in sexual activity or contact or discussing sexual activity with any under-age participants. If you become aware of prohibited sexual contact or sexual communication involving youth, contact your supervisor right away.
Some SPJA events and activities feature adult programs that include discussions or displays of content that is sexual in nature. This content is restricted to adults 18 years of age and older. Any SPJA representatives who witness youth participants entering, participating in or attempting to gain access to adult-only programs should contact their supervisor right away.
c. Bullying and Harassment
In addition to the avoidance of physical, emotional and sexual abuse and inappropriate contact, SPJA representatives and participants are strictly prohibited from engaging in bullying or harassment of other participants or SPJA representatives. If you become aware of a bullying or harassment situation, notify your supervisor right away.
d. Inappropriate Photography
Photographs may not be taken in restrooms, dressing rooms, or from an angle intended to expose or reveal a participant’s undergarments or any part of the body intentionally covered by a costume.
8. Reporting
a. Child Abuse Definition
SPJA defines child abuse as any action or inaction that injures or creates the possibility of injury to a child or youth. Injury may be physical, psychological or emotional in nature.
b. Suspected or Actual Child Abuse or Injury
Under California law, SPJA representatives are not mandated reporters of suspected or actual child abuse. However, if you suspect that a child or youth is being injured or abused by anyone—including a parent, guardian, caretaker, unrelated adult, or another child—SPJA requires that you notify your supervisor right away. Your supervisor will be able to help you assess the situation and determine the appropriate steps to take to resolve your concerns.
c. Escalation Process
If you witness an incident, or you are approached by an SPJA attendee who has been a victim or who has witnessed an incident of abuse or misconduct, notify your supervisor right away. Your supervisor will be able to help you assess the situation and determine the appropriate escalation process.
d. Anonymous Report
The SPJA Youth Protection Portal, www.youthprotectionportal.org/SPJA, contains a reporting form through which anyone can report an unsafe or concerning situation or incident. Although employees and volunteers are required to report incidents to their supervisors directly without delay, please make sure you are also familiar with the online reporting form.
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General Liability Release and Waiver
In consideration of being permitted to participate in this convention, event, or meeting organized by the Society for Promotion of Japanese Animation (“SPJA”) (each referred to as the “Event”), I hereby acknowledge and agree to the following terms and conditions of participation (this “Waiver”):
    I have read, understand, and agree to abide by the Code of Conduct and Weapons Policy for this Event, which are incorporated into this Waiver as though set forth herein. I understand and agree that this Waiver, together with any other policies or instructions posted on the web site or communicated by employees, officials, officers, volunteers, or other persons affiliated with or acting for or on behalf of the SPJA, the City, or any Official Hotel, are effective and apply to me at all times when I am present on and around the Venue and Official Hotels in connection with the Event. The “Venue” refers to the location at which the Event is held. “Official Hotels” are hotels that the SPJA has explicitly designated as such for the Event. The “City” refers to the city in which an Event is held.
    I understand that my participation in any activity at the Event is voluntary. I FURTHER UNDERSTAND THAT SOME ACTIVITIES AT THE EVENT, SUCH AS BUT NOT LIMITED TO DANCING OR ROLE PLAYING, HAVE INHERENT RISKS AND DANGERS, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OR INJURY TO MY PERSON OR PROPERTY, AND THAT AS A CONDITION OF BEING PERMITTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE ANY ACTIVITY AT THE EVENT, I MUST ASSUME AND ACCEPT ALL RISKS OF HARM, LOSS, OR INJURY THAT MAY ARISE FROM OR BE RELATED TO PARTICIPATION IN THAT ACTIVITY. I HEREBY WAIVE AND RELEASE, indemnify, and hold harmless the SPJA, the City, the Venue, the Official Hotels, and their respective officers, directors, employees, agents, affiliates, contractors, volunteers, managers, sponsors, funders, attendees, public officials, successors and assigns (“Released Parties”), from any and all demands, damages, losses, liabilities, causes of action, lawsuits, attorneys’ fees, and/or claims of every kind and nature, whether known or unknown, in law or equity, that I ever had or may have, arising from or in any way related to my participation in the Event, including acts or omissions by third parties such as medical providers and vendors of food or drink, arising from or in any way connected with my participation in the Event. I understand the nature of the Event activities in which I participate and represent that I am qualified to participate in such activities. I further acknowledge that I am aware that the Event will be conducted in facilities open to the public. I agree and warrant that if at any time I believe conditions of an Event activity to be unsafe, I will immediately discontinue further participation in the activity. I intend and desire for this Waiver to be interpreted as broadly as permitted under California law. This Waiver does NOT apply to any acts of gross negligence or intentional, willful, or wanton misconduct on the part of any Released Party.
    In the Event of any injury or illness to me during my participation, I authorize the staff of the Event, the SPJA, the Venue, or any Official Hotel to seek and obtain such emergency or medical services as may be deemed necessary at the time, but understand and agree that they shall not be obligated to do so.
    I understand and acknowledge that if I break, deface, harm, or damage any real or personal property in connection with my participation in the Event, including but not limited to property of the Venue, any Official Hotel, or the City, I shall be solely and personally responsible for paying any and all costs and incidental or consequential damages relating to the replacement or repair of the damaged item or facility.
    General Terms. No waiver or amendment of any provision of this Waiver will be effective unless in writing. This Waiver shall be construed using the laws of the State of California, except as they apply to conflicts of law. The language in all parts of this Waiver shall be construed as a whole in accordance with its fair meaning, not for or against any party, and without regard to any statutes that provide for the language of an agreement to be construed against the drafter. If any provision herein is determined to be unenforceable, that provision shall be severed and all other provisions shall remain in effect. I consent to the jurisdiction of any federal or state court within Los Angeles, California. This Waiver shall bind and be for the benefit of myself, SPJA, and our respective heirs, fiduciaries, successors, and assigns. I have not relied upon any promise, representation, or warranty in signing this Waiver. This Waiver will continue in full force and effect even after the conclusion of the Event. You understand and agree that your electronic submission of agreement to this Waiver constitutes an electronic signature that is just as legally binding as your signature on a hard copy of the Waiver. Further, you agree that no certification authority or other third-party verification is required to validate this electronic signature, and that the lack of such certification or third-party verification shall not in any way effect the enforceability of this Waiver.
I SUBMIT THIS WAIVER VOLUNTARILY, OF MY OWN FREE WILL AND FREE OF PRESSURE, DURESS, OR THREAT OF DURESS. I HAVE READ THIS ENTIRE FORM CAREFULLY. I UNDERSTAND AND AGREE THAT BY ACCEPTING THIS WAIVER, I HAVE GIVEN UP CONSIDERABLE FUTURE LEGAL RIGHTS. MY SIGNATURE IS PROOF OF MY INTENTION TO EXECUTE A COMPLETE AND UNCONDITIONAL WAIVER AND RELEASE SPJA OF ALL LIABILITY TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW. I AM OVER 18 YEARS OLD AND I AM MENTALLY COMPETENT.
Parent or Guardian’s Additional Release for MinorsIn consideration of the minor attendee (the “Minor”) being permitted by the SPJA to participate in the Event, I the undersigned represent and affirm that I am the parent or legal guardian of the Minor whose name appears above and that I have the authority to enter into this agreement on the Minor’s behalf. I understand and agree that the above terms and conditions apply to the Minor and to me. I further agree to indemnify and hold harmless the SPJA from any and all claims that are brought by, or on behalf of, the Minor, and which are in any way connected with the Minor’s participation in the Event. I represent and warrant that I am over 18 years old and I am mentally competent.
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Recording Policy
Effective Date: April 28, 2017
RECORDING POLICY: TAKING PICTURES
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
Recordings of You:  You are advised and given notice that SPJA permits people and companies to take photographs and make recordings at SPJA Events, and post them on social media and use them for many lawful purposes.  By attending the Event, you agree to be photographed or recorded during the Event (in still photographs, audio recordings, video recordings and any other media, now known or hereafter discovered, hereafter “Recordings”), by attendees, vendors, SPJA, and others without compensation.  By attending the Event, you grant to SPJA the rights, but not the obligation, to reproduce, display, distribute, perform, create derivative works from, and otherwise use any SPJA Recordings of you in any media and in any manner throughout the world in perpetuity, including on the internet, broadcast, live simulcast, satellite and other transmissions.
Your Recordings of Others:  You are generally allowed to make Recordings in all common areas of the Event, with the exception of the Art Show, backstage, and restricted areas.  Specific rules and restrictions regarding Recordings apply to specific venues, concerts, and Events, such as when a Guest of Honor prohibits photographs of their performance. If you are unsure, please check for signage, and if you do not see any, be respectful and do not make Recordings.
As a courtesy, and without changing this policy in any way, please obtain permission first to make Recordings of any individuals or costumes.  If someone asks or otherwise indicates that they do not wish to be recorded, do not record them.  The SPJA will make reasonable efforts to enforce this policy, but given the proliferation of recording devices and the ease with which Event attendees may conceal their recording devices, it is understood and agreed that SPJA shall not be liable for violations.
Recordings of the Event or its employees, staff, or attendees for the purpose of sale to anyone, or for distribution or publication to the press is expressly forbidden unless advance written permission has been obtained from the SPJA, and is permitted under the policy of any venue in which you desire to make a Recording.  Except as prohibited above, individuals may make Recordings for private listening/viewing, provided that such Recordings clearly identify the Event, date, and location at which they were Recorded.
All bloggers and members of the press and staff are additionally required to conform to the SPJA’s Press Policy http://www.anime-expo.org/press/ and we encourage attendees to become familiar with those rules.  Violation of this Recording Policy may result in forfeiture of your Event badge, your expulsion from the Event and/or termination of your position with SPJA.
ADA
Anime Expo is dedicated to serving all of its attendees. Our Event Operations department is ready to offer a hand to visitors with special needs such as:
ASL interpreters for the deaf at large panels and events
Limited number of volunteer interpreters available for individual assistance
Special limited seating for programming events
Registration service for attendees with mobility issues
If you are an attendee with disabilities, Anime Expo wants to make your experience as fun and as entertaining as possible, but there are a few limitations on what can be provided. Please note:
Programming rooms fill up quickly, and all seating is on a first-come, first- served basis, so special seating may not be available if you wait until the last minute to get to the room. Please read your program and plan your day accordingly, keeping in mind the popularity of most events.
Please try to provide at least 30 days notice if you will be requesting any special aides such as ASL interpreters. Anime Expo understands that things can change last minute and will attempt to accommodate as best as possible with last minute notices.
For additional questions or special requests, please contact us at ADA@anime-expo.org
Program Room Policies
Policy Effective Date: May 18, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time.
PROGRAM ROOM POLICIES
Program Rooms include:
Live Programming Rooms (i.e. panels and Q amp;A #8217;s)
Workshops
Video Rooms
These rooms will be checking badges upon entry. Please ensure that your badge is valid for that day and in clear view of room personnel to assist with line control.
WHAT IS REQUIRED TO ENTER:
Program Rooms:  All Program Rooms require verification of your badge and will check your badge upon entry. To help the lines move quickly, please be sure that your badge is valid for that day and is in clear view of room personnel.
Ticketed Events:  Ticketed Events require both a Badge and Ticket to enter the Ticketed Event. Please see our http://www.anime-expo.org/ticketing-faq/ for more information.
18+ Events:  All 18+ Panel Events, Workshops, and Video Screening Rooms will require a wristband from either an Info Services Booth (located in South Hall, 2nd Floor Concourse Hall, and West Hall Lobby) along with a valid Badge.  Only those who verify with acceptable ID that they are 18 years of age or over as of the event date will be granted a wristband.
To receive the appropriate wristband attendees will need to present a valid ID to an Info Services Booth (located in South Hall, 2nd Floor Concourse Hall, and West Hall Lobby). The below is a list of ID’s that will be considered valid:
State Driver’s License
State Identification Card
Passport
Military ID
There will be no exceptions to the types of identification. Re-entry into the room will require the wristband. Please refrain from tampering in any fashion with wristbands provided for entry. If you are over the age of 18 you may not escort another person under the age of 18 into the room. Please do not leave children unaccompanied to attend an 18+ event.
ORDER OF ENTRY
When a room opens for entry we will allow attendees to enter in the following order:
Disabled Services Priority Access Sticker Holders: These stickers can be retrieved from an Information Booth. Please procure them prior to arriving to the event.
Premier Fan Badge Holders and press with valid Anime Expo® Press Badges.
All other valid Badges with access to Live Programming, Workshop, and video rooms.
PLEASE NOTE:
Oversize Cosplay Props: These must be placed against the wall; do not place them in the aisle or on adjacent seats.
Photo/Video Policies:
Panel/Workshop Rooms: Permissions depend on each individual guest and presenter, therefore photo/video policies will be announced at the beginning of events as each has its own policy.
Video Rooms: No filming or photos allowed.
ROOM CLEARING
The following rooms generally WILL NOT be cleared between normal Panel Events:
Live Programming 1: LACC Petree Hall
Live Programming 2: JW Marriott Platinum Ballroom
EXCEPTIONS: Room clearing WILL occur prior to a Ticketed Event (i.e. concert, AMV Competition, Masquerade, etc.), fashion show, and 18+ content tracks.
In the event either room reaches capacity two separate lines will form outside: 1 General Attendee Line and 1 Premier Fan Line.
As Attendees leave the room a corresponding number of Premier Fans will be allowed entry first. Attendees in the General Attendee Line will be allowed in when the Premier Fan Line is empty.
The following rooms WILL be cleared between Panel Events:
Live Programming 3: LACC 408AB
Live Programming 4: LACC 411 (Theater)
Live Programming 5: LACC 404AB
Workshops 1: 403B
Workshops 2: 406AB
Video Rooms
Video Rooms may be cleared in preparation for highly anticipated showings. Please check mobile app session descriptions for more details.
Weapons Policy
Weapons Policy
Effective Date: April 28, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
WEAPONS POLICY
Your participation in SPJA Events means that you agree to comply with this Weapons Policy. An “Event” shall mean any event held by The Society for Promotion of Japanese Animation (“SPJA” or “we”), such as Anime Expo®, or Project Anime®.
You further understand and agree that, for your own safety and the safety of everyone at an Event, SPJA has the absolute and immediate discretion and right to inspect your costumes, prop weapons, and any other item you bring to the Event. We may temporarily or permanently remove any attendee in our sole and absolute discretion at any time for violating this Weapons Policy — because your safety, and the safety of every attendee is of the upmost importance.
No Real Weapons Are Allowed at an Event.
This includes firearms, knives, curio, relic, antique firearms, any form of ammunition, any item designed or manufactured with the intent to cause death or serious bodily injury, whether carried openly or concealed, even if any such weapons are inoperable or unusable, and irrespective of whether you are licensed to possess such weapon. Items that may otherwise be legal for you to own or carry are not welcome at any Event if they violate this Weapons policy. The following are examples of weapons that you CANNOT bring to an Event:
FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, RIFLES, SHOTGUNS, HANDGUNS, BLOWGUNS, TAZERS, LASER POINTERS, LASER-AIMING DEVICES OR SIMILAR LASER DEVICES, EXPLOSIVES OR OTHER INCENDIARY DEVICES, KNIVES, LIVE BLADES/SWORDS (INCLUDING KATANA AND OTHER MARTIAL ARTS STYLE SWORDS), DAGGERS, SWORD CANES, SWITCHBLADES, BALI-SONG (BUTTERFLY) KNIVES, AXES, HATCHETS, METAL POLE-ARMS, CLUBS, WOODEN/METAL BATS AND PADDLES, HUNTING BOWS, ARROWS, NUNCHUCKS, BRASS KNUCKLES, WHIPS, PEPPERSPRAY/MACE, POWER TOOLS, STILTS, VUVUZELAS, ANY ITEM DESIGNED OR MANUFACTURED WITH THE INTENT TO CAUSE DEATH OR SERIOUS BODILY INJURY TO ANY PERSON OR PROPERTY, ANY ITEM THAT IS ILLEGAL IN THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA, OR ANY ITEM THAT APPEARS, IN SPJA’S SOLE DISCRETION, TO BE DANGEROUS OR WHICH WOULD POSE OR PLACE OTHERS AT RISK OF HARM, IMMEDIATE OR OTHERWISE. 
Prop Weapons Are Allowed Only If They Are Peace-Bonded by Weapons Check.
Prop weapons are inoperable weapons that support the overall look of your costume or character. For example, plastic Airsoft guns, Nerf guns, water guns, dart guns, disc guns, pellet guns, and cap guns are prop weapons.
Prop weapons must be submitted to “Weapons Check” for Peace Bonding. SPJA has the sole discretion to approve prop weapons. Anime Expo’s Weapons Check booths are located in both the South Hall Lobby and the West Hall Lobby. Other Event Weapons Check booths shall be designated in the programs and on signs.
We may revoke Peace Bonding at any time in our sole discretion. For example, we will revoke approval if you use or brandish the item in an inappropriate fashion (like play-fighting, swinging the weapon around, or if someone is hit intentionally or otherwise). We will also revoke approval if we receive complaints about the way you are using or displaying your prop weapon or futuristic device, or if you tamper with the device that Weapons Check uses to show that your prop weapon has been Peace Bonded.
Peace Bonding Rules
If a prop weapon is, or was, at any time capable of firing anything, it must be rendered permanently inoperable in order to qualify for Peace Bonding. You can do this by, for example, permanently plugging the barrel with glue, caulk, or any non-removable substance. You must be able to prove that the prop weapon is permanently decommissioned upon inspection. Bring tools if necessary.
In addition, to be Peace Bonded, your prop weapon must meet the following criteria:
Your prop weapon cannot be more than 7 feet (2.13 meters) long or weigh more than 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms).
Prop explosives cannot be made out of metal.
All swords or bladed martial arts prop weapons must be blunt-edged and cannot have any sort of cutting or sharpened edge (no live steel). Prop metal swords must have a sheath and must remain in the sheath for the duration of the Event. Whenever possible, for the purposes of keeping prop metal swords in sheaths, the sword must be anchored or otherwise secured to the sheath. We also reserve the right to anchor bladed weapons shut.
All prop bows must be unstrung or have a low-tensile thread and be incapable of shooting.
All prop arrows must have non-metal, blunted tips.
Metal chains must be less than 12 inches long and no more than one inch thick.
Non-metal chains must be under a reasonable length so as not to pose a safety or fire hazard.
If your prop weapon is a toy, look-alike, or imitation firearm,  then federal regulations (15 CFR § 272.3) require that it either be translucent enough to,  permit unmistakable observation of the device’s complete contents, or must have at least one of the following:
An Orange Solid Plug in Barrel: Have a blaze orange (Fed-Std-595B 12199) or orange color brighter than that specified by the federal standard color number solid plug permanently affixed to the muzzle end of the barrel as an integral part of the entire device and recessed no more than 6 millimeters from the muzzle end of the barrel; or
An Orange Barrel Marking: A blaze orange (Fed-Std-595B 12199) or orange color brighter than that specified by the Federal Standard color number, marking permanently affixed to the exterior surface of the barrel, covering the circumference of the barrel from the muzzle end for a depth of at least 6 millimeters; or
Entire Surface Coloration:  Coloration of the entire exterior surface of the device in white, bright red, bright orange, bright yellow, bright green, bright blue, bright pink, or bright purple, either singly or as the predominant color in combination with other colors in any pattern.
Peace-Bonded Weapons at the Event.
You may display your prop weapons only as costume pieces. Do not swing or brandish your prop weapon in any way that could be considered unsafe or threatening.
You may pose with a prop weapon in a brandishing manner, so long as no reasonable person would interpret it as anything but a pose for dramatic effect. Event staff or management may stop your posed brandishing in their sole discretion.
Please put your prop weapons away when leaving the Event site at night so that you don’t get the attention of local law enforcement. SPJA cannot be responsible for any actions taken by local law enforcement  agencies – such as detaining and questioning you – if you decide to display or brandish your prop weapons at or outside of the Event.
Martial Arts Performances amp; Demos
You may display working martial arts weapons during, and 30 minutes before and after, a performance that has been approved by Event management in advance.
Of course, you must use common sense to avoid harming any person or property. You must conceal or wrap the weapons when transporting them to and from the demonstration, and you must remove the weapons immediately after the demonstration. Con staff reserves the right to stop any performance or demonstration in their sole discretion.
Law Enforcement Uniformed Costumes Are Prohibited
COSTUMES THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT OR OTHER EMERGENCY RESPONSE PERSONNEL UNIFORMS ARE NOT PERMITTED AT THE EVENT.
It’s just not safe to impersonate local law enforcement, emergency personnel, or first responders. SPJA has the absolute right and sole discretion to decide whether your costume looks too much like one of these uniforms, and to request the removal or modification of that costume. Should you refuse to cooperate, we may expel you from the Event in order to protect the safety and welfare of everyone at the Event.
If You Buy Weapons at the Event
If you buy a prop or other weapons at the Event, you must immediately submit it to Weapons Check or immediately remove it from the Event hall.
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Privacy Policy
Effective Date:  April 28, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
SPJA Privacy Policy  
Your privacy is important, so The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation (“SPJA”) has created this privacy policy to let you know what information we collect when you visit the SPJA site, the Anime Expo®, the Project Anime® site, and the sites for any other Events we may produce (“SPJA Event Sites”), why we collect it, and how it is used. The terms “you,” “your,” and “yours” refer to you, the person utilizing our site and agreeing to this policy. The terms “we,” “us,” and “our” refer to SPJA and events it produces, including but not limited to Anime Expo®, Project Anime® (“SPJA Events”) and to SPJA’s affiliates and subsidiaries (if any).
What Information Is Collected and Why?
“Personally Identifiable Information” means any information that may be used to identify an individual, including, but not limited to, a first and last name, home or other physical address, an email address, phone number, and other billing and contact information.
We may collect information, including Personally Identifiable Information, from you, including:
Registration information: When you purchase tickets for SPJA Events, register as an attendee (fan, industry or press), exhibitor, sponsor, panelist, workshop leader, press, photographer, or otherwise contact us about the event, we may collect Personally Identifiable Information from you, in order to provide services, events, and access to you.
Service Logs: We may automatically receive and log certain technical information when you visit our site, including your IP address, browser type, cookie information, links you have followed, and the page(s) you have requested, in order to respond to your requests, and protect and improve our services.
Communication: When you communicate with us (through email, forms on this site, or other channels), we may retain those communications and contact information in order to respond to your requests, improve our services, and contact you in the future.
Third-Party Services: When you use our site, we may partner with third parties, such as Eventbrite, Twitch, and ShareThis, to provide certain services, including advertising. When we share information with them, we do so in accordance with this policy. Those third parties may have different privacy policies, and we encourage you to read them.
When collection of information is optional, we will indicate that on the relevant collection form.
Is Information Shared or Disclosed?
Except as listed above, Anime Expo does not rent, sell or share personal information it collects about you to or with third parties. Information collected from you is only used to support SPJA, your use of SPJA Event Sites, and to comply with any legal requirements.
SPJA may disclose personal information if required to do so by law or in the good faith belief that such action is necessary to: (1) conform to the edicts of the law or comply with legal process served on SPJA or any SPJA Event Sites; (2) protect and defend the rights or property of SPJA; or (3) act in urgent circumstances to protect the personal safety of users of SPJA, any of the SPJA Events, their services, or the public.
If SPJA should ever merge with or transfer its assets to another company, we may share your Personally Identifiable Information with any non-profit entity with whom we merge or to whom we transfer our assets, and such a successor will have the right to use such information in accordance with the terms of this policy.
How Do We Store and Protect Your Information?
SPJA protects the security of your information while it is being transmitted to us by using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption. In addition, once we receive payment information, we maintain that information in encrypted form on secure servers.  Payments made by those registering to attend SPJA Events may be made to and through third-party service providers such as Eventbrite, whose privacy policies also apply to such payments.
Personally Identifiable Information collected on this site is stored and processed in the United States and in other countries.
We may retain your information as long as permitted or required under applicable laws.
How Do We Deal with Children’s Information?
Children can view the SPJA Event Sites without any Personally Identifiable Information being collected. However, in some areas of the SPJA Event Sites it is necessary to collect Personally Identifiable Information from children. We do not collect more Personally Identifiable Information from children under the age of 13 than is necessary for them to participate in the SPJA Events. We obtain verifiable parental consent for the collection, use or disclosure of such information by requiring purchase of a corresponding ticket by an adult and verifying parental or guardian’s consent when SPJA Event tickets are collected at the event.
We will always honor a parent’s request for: (1) a description of the specific types of personal information collected from their child by SPJA; and (2) removal of the information collected about their child from our database. If you would like to deactivate your child’s account, email privacy@spja.org. Parents may obtain any Personally Identifiable Information collected from their child by emailing privacy@spja.org.
How Do You Consent to This Privacy Policy?
By using this site, you agree to the terms of this privacy policy, and those of our Terms and Conditions at www.anime-expo.org/legal/. In case of a conflict, our Terms and Conditions take precedence.
How May We Update This Policy?
We may occasionally update this policy. When we do, we will also revise the “Effective Date” date above. If we make material changes, we will notify you either by placing a prominent notice on the home page of our site or by directly sending notification to any users who have registered with us. We encourage you to periodically review this policy to stay informed about how we are protecting the information we collect. Your continued use of this site constitutes your agreement to any policy changes.
What Technical Choices Do You Have About Data Collection?
Cookies are small text files stored by your browser in your computer when you visit our site. We use cookies to improve our site and make it easier to use. Cookies permit us to recognize users and avoid repetitive requests for the same information. Most browsers allow you to refuse cookies by changing a setting, but the site may no longer function correctly if you do so.
We currently do not participate in or utilize any frameworks that respond to “Do Not Track” signals from you.
How Should You Contact Us?
If you believe that SPJA has not adhered to this Privacy Policy, please contact us by emailing privacy@spja.org or by postal mail:
Legal Department-Privacy
c/o The Society for the Promotion of Japanese Animation
1522 Brookhollow Dr., Suite 1
Santa Ana, CA. 92705
USA
Main Events Policies
Policy Effective Date: May 18, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time.
AX MAIN EVENTS FAQ AND POLICIES
“Main Events” are events held at LACC West Hall B, LACC Petree Hall, Microsoft Theater, or The Novo (“Main Event Venues”), and many Main Events require that additional ticket purchases be made, in addition to an event badge, in order to attend  (“Ticketed Events”). Each Anime Expo® Main Event (a “Main Event”) has its own rules when it comes to appropriate behavior. Please abide by those rules as stated below.
These rules apply to all those attending any Main Event, including Anime Expo Attendees, Volunteers, Staff, Press, and Industry in the Main Event Venues.  Any violation of these rules occurring in a Main Event venue will count towards the convention’s one-strike policy for Main Events.
MAIN EVENTS FAQ
What are the Anime Expo Main Events?
The Anime Expo Main Events include:
Anime Expo Concerts and Special Events
Anime Expo Masquerade Contest
Anime Music Video (AMV) Contest
SPJA Charity Auction
Welcome Ceremony
Closing Ceremony
Late Comedy Showdown (Age 18+)
What is the difference between “ticketed” and “NON-ticketed” Main Events?
“Ticketed” Main Events include the following events:
Concerts (such as Anisong World Matsuri)
Special Events
Anime Expo Masquerade
Anime Music Video (AMV) Contest
Late Comedy Showdown
“Ticketed” Main Events require a valid AX badge and a valid Main Event ticket for entrance to those particular Main Events.
“NON-ticketed” Main Events include the following events:
Welcome Ceremony
Closing Ceremony
SPJA Charity Auction
“NON-ticketed” Main Events only require a valid AX badge for entrance to those particular Main Events.
If we exit the Main Events venue, are we allowed to re-enter?
For LACC Petree Hall:
Re-entry is allowed.
For LACC West Hall B:
There is no re-entry once you exit the doors.
For Microsoft Theater:
There is no re-entry once you exit the lobby doors.
For The Novo:
There is no re-entry once you exit the main doors.
MAIN EVENTS POLICIES
For 18+ Main Events in Main Events Hall (Hall B), it is required that you have an 18+ wristband at the door prior to check in, or you will be turned away. Wristbands at LACC can be obtained at any Information Service Booth or Event Operations (Room 508B).
For 18+ Main Events in NOVO or Microsoft Theater, it is required that you have your ID with birth date readily available prior to check in, or you will be turned away.
All pre-approved AX Press/Industry badges must remain in the “Press” section during the Main Events.
Due to the high volume of people attending the Main Events, the following should be noted for safety and fire hazard reasons:
NO SELFIE STICKS.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES(bottled water is acceptable).
No excess or large baggage 12” x 12”. (Suitcases, luggage, duffel bags, etc. are not allowed.)
No oversized costumes or oversized props (with the exception of Masquerade contestants).
No weapons (i.e., swords, knives, bokkens, daggers, etc.)
No skanking or moshing.
No standing on chairs.
No running in the aisles or rows.
No smoking.
No signs.
No re-entry into LACC West Hall B.
No re-entry into Microsoft Theater.
No re-entry into The Novo.
PHOTOGRAPHY AND VIDEO POLICIES
Welcome Ceremony, Closing Ceremony, Late Comedy Showdown (18+), and SPJA Charity Auction.
No flash photography (photography WITHOUT flash is allowed), for the safety of our Guests of Honor and/or AX Volunteers on stage.
Video recording is allowed.
No selfie sticks.
Photos and videos must be for personal use only, with the exception of Anime Expo Archive Volunteers and registered, pre-approved Press representatives.
Please leave restricted items, such as oversized bags and oversized costume props, in your car, hotel room, or at Bag Check. 
Bag Check is available in Room 501ABC in the West Hall of the Convention Center.
AX Masquerade
No flash photography (photography WITHOUT flash is allowed), for the safety of our Guests of Honor and/or AX Volunteers on stage.
Video recording is allowed.
No selfie sticks.
Photos and videos must be for personal use only, with the exception of Anime Expo Archive Volunteers and pre-approved Press members.
Please leave restricted items, such as oversized bags and oversized costume props, in your car, hotel room, or at Bag Check. 
Bag Check is available in Room 501ABC in the West Hall of the Convention Center.
Main Event Concerts and Special Events
Unless expressly announced from the stage at a Main Event Concert or Special Event, the following policies apply to all Main Event Concerts and Special Events.
Each Concert and Special Event’s Guest of Honor has a different set of photography and video recording policies. 
These policies apply to all Main Events held in Microsoft Theater or the NOVO. Everyone in attendance will be subjected to mandatory bag checks by the Event Venue’s staff and required to go through metal detectors upon entry.
These policies also apply to all Main Event Special Events held at LACC Hall B.
No photography.
No video recording.
No audio recording.
No selfie sticks.
By attending, you agree not to bring any photography or recording devices into the Main Events venue.
Please leave restricted items in your car, hotel room, or at Bag Check.  Cell phones and cameras should be kept in bags or pockets for the duration of the entire Main Event.
If you are found using your phone to record audio, record video, or take pictures during the Main Event, you will be removed from the Main Event and no refund will be issued for your event ticket or Anime Expo badge.
Bag Check is available in Room 501ABC in the West Hall of the Convention Center.
Any attendee(s), non-authorized Press, Anime Expo Attendee-Volunteers, or Anime Expo Volunteers violating the photography and video recording policies or the Main Event Policies  will be subjected to immediate deletion of all relevant media stored on the device, one strike on the badge, and, at the discretion of Anime Expo Volunteers, ejection from the venue and badge revocation for the remainder of the convention.
Attendees are highly encouraged to utilize Bag Check in Room 501ABC in the West Hall of the Convention Center prior to arriving at a Main Event Venue.
All attendees, Press, Industry, AX Attendee-Volunteers, and AX Volunteers attending the “ticketed” Main Events must have valid AX badges and valid Main Event tickets.
All attendees, Press, Industry, AX Attendee-Volunteers, and AX Volunteers attending the “NON-ticketed” Main Events must have valid AX badges.
Those found loitering in aisles will face immediate ejection from the venue and receive one strike on the badge or, at the discretion of Anime Expo Volunteers, badge revocation for the remainder of the convention.
All attendees, Press, Industry, AX Attendee-Volunteers, and AX Volunteers are subject to the Anime Expo Code of Conduct.
*NOTE: Policies are subject to change at any time at the discretion of the Guests of Honor and/or Anime Expo.
Contact Information
For any questions and concerns on the Main Events Policies, please contact mainevents@anime-expo.org.
For Main Events Ticketing inquiries, please contact ticketing@anime-expo.org.
For Anime Expo Registration and badge inquiries, please contact registration@anime-expo.org.
For Press inquiries about the Main Events Policies, please contact press@anime-expo.org.
Alcohol Policy
Effective Date: April 28, 2017
Anime Expo® and the SPJA reserve the right to modify and/or update this policy at any time in their sole discretion and without prior notice.
ALCOHOL POLICY
SPJA is committed to providing a safe and family-friendly environment for everyone’s attendance. SPJA expects its employees, staff, directors, and each of their guests or representatives, to follow all applicable laws and regulations and to refrain from consuming alcohol in the presence of minors, serving alcohol while at the Event, or bringing outside alcoholic beverages onto the Event premises.
SPJA does not serve alcohol.  SPJA’s employees, staff, directors, and all SPJA representatives, including interpreters and those assisting Guests of Honor, are prohibited from serving alcohol.  Adults 21 and over may order alcoholic beverages from the hotel, room service, and other places that legally serve alcohol and have required liquor licenses.  SPJA does not encourage drinking.  If you are legally permitted to drink and choose to do so, SPJA asks that you drink responsibly.
Prohibited alcohol conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following behavior:
Consumption of alcohol by any person younger than 21 years old (a “minor”).
Providing alcohol to, or facilitating the provision of alcohol to, any minor.
Consumption of alcohol in any hotel room in which a minor is staying or in which any minor is present.
Consumption of alcohol from any source other than the hotel concessions, room service, Lounge 21, or any other places that legally serve alcohol and have liquor licenses.
Violation of any federal, state, or local law regarding alcoholic beverages.
Violation of any policy of the Event facility or any Event vendor or concessionaire regarding alcoholic beverages.
Violation of this Alcohol Policy may result in forfeiture of your Event badge, your expulsion from the Event and/or termination of your position with SPJA.
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