Exhibitors / Artist Alley

Frequently Asked Questions



Directors of Operations:  Jen Palmer jen.palmer@phoenixcomicon.com & Lee Palmer  lee.palmer@phoenixcomicon.com

Exhibitor Hall Manager: Kellie Ambrosia kellie.ambrosia@phoenixcomicon.com

Exhibitor Hall Coordinator: Roxanne and Flip exhibitor@phoenixcomicon.com

Artist Alley Coordinator: artist.alley@phoenixcomicon.com


Existing Exhibitors / Artist Alley:

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Information for Interested Artists and Vendors

With Phoenix Comicon’s growth, we will no longer be offering an open sale of booths and tables in our Exhibitor Hall. We have a wait list that will be rolled over every year.  If you are interested in being added to the wait list, please send the following information to one of the emails addresses below.



Business (if applicable):



No. of Exhibitor Tables (Artist Alley):


No. of Exhibitor Booths (Vendor):

Links to websites, portfolios or social media:

Wait list for Phoenix Comicon (yes/no):

Wait list for Phoenix Comicon Fan Fest (yes/no):


If you are requesting an artist alley table or booth, please contact Kellie, Roxanne or Flip at exhibitor@phoenixcomicon.com

To qualify for an Artist Alley Table, you must not be selling any third-party merchandise.  Artist Alley Tables allow for the sale of items created or produced by the artist.  Artist Alley Tables do not allow for the sale of mass produced work that the artist is not involved in.  For example, one cannot bring in an old Spider-man Comic Book collection to sell...unless that artist worked on that Spider-man collection in some capacity.  If you do not meet this requirement, you will have to wait for an Exhibitor Booth to become available.


Tax Information for Exhibitors & Artist Alley

The State of Arizona and the City of Phoenix require any exhibitors or creators who are selling product (either re-sale or original creations) to obtain temporary sales permits for the collection of sales tax. The Phoenix Comicon has no role in this process, other than to provide links to the forms for the convenience of our exhibitors and creators. Any questions regarding these applications should be directed to the State and City Department of Revenue's, respectively.

Vendor Information