“The Sopranos” television drama on HBO now has its own officially licensed fan convention, which will take place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on December 17-18, 2022, with the show’s creator and members of the cast in attendance.
Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment and Creation Entertainment touring convention company made the announcement on August 31, 2022, building on the popularity of the award-winning series that follows mob boss Tony Soprano, leader of a criminal organization, and his family.
The show originally aired from 1999-2007, and can be streamed now on HBO Max.
During the convention, fans will experience on-stage panels, interviews, and audience Q&As, and can take part in trivia competitions and a Sopranos-inspired costume contest.
Among the actors and creators who will be featured at the event are David Chase (creator, writer, producer), Edie Falco (Carmela Soprano), Dominic Chianese (Corrado “Junior” Soprano), Robert Iler (A.J. Soprano), Vincent Pastore (Salvatore “Big Pussy” Bonpensiero), Aida Turturro (Janice Soprano), Federico Castelluccio (Furio Giunta), and David Proval (Richie Aprile).
Additional cast will be announced, and convention attendees can meet the actors for autographs ($45-75) and photos ($55-$99). Pricing for photos and autographs are based on which actor is chosen.
Senior VP of Creation Entertainment Erin Ferries said, “The Sopranos has long been my favorite TV show and it is a pleasure to see its enormous popularity today. The opportunity to bring our brand of live fan convention entertainment to this project is a dream come true for our company and we can’t wait to mob it up with our fellow fans this December.”
Tickets and ticket packages are on sale now. Single-day tickets start at $65, ticket packages run from $129-$699, and VIP experiences are extra.
For more information visit SopranosConvention.com.