Can I vend at BondCon? At BondCon 2014 the only vendors will be our sponsors. If you are interested in sponsorship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For BondCon 2015, there will be a vendor fair for all other vendors who are interested.
Yes! We encourage you to dress in your fetish attire to attend all BondCon events.
Yes, you can purchase a la carte tickets here on the BondCon website. Click on the BondCon logo at the upper left of your screen to go back to the home page where the ticket links are listed. Packages are no longer available.
Yes! With live demos by some of the top doms/dommes and riggers from around the world in our vendor Fair, plus tours and workshops, there will be plenty of entertaining and educational things to do during the day.
Yes, a dungeon will be open during the main party, with a dungeon master. Due to state law, sex will not be permitted at the party, as alcohol will be served.
Only for the dinner or parties where alcohol is served. The Fair, tours, and workshops will be open to all of those 18 and older.
Then you’ve come to the right place! You can watch the demos at the Fair, and hosts will be available to answer any questions. You can also learn at our many workshops, which will cover novice-level to master-level instruction.
The Fair entry will have a ramp. As the building is historic, the workshops, tours, and parties will be accessible only by stairs.
Attendees will be allowed to take still photographs during the the Fair. However, you must obtain the permission of the models first. In other words, you must directly ask the model or any other person you wish to take a picture of before doing so. Video is not allowed.
We will be documenting the event to acquire footage that can be used in promo videos for next year’s BondCon. There is a chance that your image may appear on the Internet. If you are concerned for your privacy, a mask or another means of disguising your identity is recommended.
We recommend that you take public transportation. Street parking is very limited, and much of it is metered and has time limits. There are a few pay lots in the neighborhood. The rates can be high, and the lots are often not monitored for security. We recommend not leaving anything of value in your car if you do drive.
We are located 2 blocks from the 16th Street BART station. To plan your trip on BART and/or MUNI, visit www.511.org.