Annual convention in Columbus, Ohio.
Annual convention in Coralville, Iowa.
Annual convention in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
Annual anime convention in Tulsa, OK.
Annual convention held in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada. Features a masquerade, karaoke, video games, board games, vendor room, artist's alley, AMV contest, and art contest.
Annual convention in Madison, Wisconsin.
Annual Yaoi convention in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Annual convention in Evansville, Indiana.
Annual convention in Rosemont, Illinois. Anime Midwest, organized by AnimeCon.org, was first held in 2011 in St. Charles, Illinois.
Annual convention in Minneapolis, Minnesota. AniMinneapolis, organized by AnimeCon.org, was first held in July of 2011 at The Northland Inn in Minneapolis.
Annual convention in East Peoria, Illinois. Anime-ZAP!, organized by AnimeCon.org, was first held in 2010 in Peoria, Illinois.
Annual convention in Omaha, Nebraska.
Annual convention in Davenport, Iowa. Anime-zing!, organized by AnimeCon.org, was first held in 2010 in Davenport.
Annual convention held in Orlando, Florida. Typically held in the summertime.
Annual convention in Huntington, West Virginia.
Annual convention in Atlanta, Georgia. MomoCon originally started as a free event on Georgia Tech's campus.
Annual convention happening in Lisle, Illinois.
Annual convention held in Long Beach, California. Anime California was first held in 2014 in Orange County, California.
Annual convention held in Portland, Oregon.
Annual convention in Roanoke, Virginia.
Annual convention in Houston, Texas.
Organization that disseminates and celebrates yuri and shoujoai in anime and manga, and organizes occasional events.
Annual convention in Toronto, Canada.
Annual 1-day convention in Bowling Green, Ohio. Animarathon was first held in 2003 and celebrates all aspects of anime and Japanese media.
Annual convention in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.