Tha Crazy of Comic Con part 2

Another crazy event that was going on outside of SDCC was the Machete promotion party. Located a few blocks from the convention center in an open lot, free tacos were served by the cast and crew of the Machete! That’s right, Director Robert Rodriguez, Danny Trejo, and Michelle Rodriguez were personally serving up taco delights to fans. The tacos were followed by an all night rave complete with low-riders, music, and Machete dancers. It was pretty amazing. Yet another special treasure found deep within the Gaslamp. Check out the videos to see more:

4 thoughts on “Tha Crazy of Comic Con part 2

  1. I’m loving how you are covering the other aspects of SDCC. In many ways it is the madness of the Gaslamp that makes SDCC such an awesome time. Even though my 4-day doesn’t have Preview Night this year, I know I will still be in the Gaslamp Wednesday night.

    • Thanks and I am glad it is helpful. Yes, there is a lot to do downtown even if you don’t go to the Con. The next post will be my absolute favorite one. Prob will post Monday. Thanks for visiting and commenting!

  2. Hey man… sorry to keep bombarding you with questions.

    I know booths will handle autograph signings differently but generally are you able to take pics with the celebrities?

    I’m a bit disheartened because practically all pics I see online are of the celebrities and not of attendees next to them.

    I saw video from last year of White Collar’s cast signing and one girl did get a posed pic with one of the lead actors. I wasn’t sure if that is something that is shunned upon at SDCC.

    Thanks for the help!

    • Good question. Typically, the celebs will go from their panel directly to the showroom floor to a designated booth by their studio. They are usually only out for an hour or so for autographs, so the bigger the name, the bigger the crowds. Sometimes you have to get tickets just to stand in line- and that isn’t guaranteed either. If you can get to the celeb, photos are no problem (as long as you are quick). Like anything at SDCC, if you really want it, you have to ask a lot of questions, take initiative, and work hard. Good luck and thanks for commenting!

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