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Mark Your Calendars, Because ClexaCon Is Coming

ClexaCon Announced for 2017


Say what you will about them, but Clexa fans are serious about their ship, and their dedication to it has been taken to an entirely new level. ClexaCon has just been announced, and it is exactly what it sounds like: a convention dedicated entirely to Clarke and Lexa from the CW’s The 100.

The convention, which will take place March 3-5, 2017 in Las Vegas, is a chance for fans to commemorate Clexa and their relationship. Boasting a guest list that includes the likes of AfterBuzz TV journalist Ben Bateman, author Dr. Elizabeth Bridges, and actor, LGBT personality, and YouTuber Kaitlyn Alexander, among others, ClexaCon is panning out to be a promising show.

Attendees will have the opportunity to meet other die-hard Clexa fans, have Lexa’s warpaint applied at the ‘Grounder Makeup Booth,’ and discuss all things The 100, Clarke, Lexa, and Clexa. Panels will also be held discussing the importance of LGBT representation on TV and Clarke and Lexa’s relationship. A special memorial will be held on the evening of March 3rd, the one-year anniversary of the fateful episode that ended in Commander Lexa’s death and spurred the LGBT Fans Deserve Better movement.

While the final details are still being worked out, you can stay updated by visiting the ClexaCon website and following ClexaCon on Twitter.

Written by Allison Schonter

Binger of TV. Writer of words. Forever daydreaming about fictional characters. My current obsessions include The 100, The Walking Dead, Fear The Walking Dead, and Wynonna Earp. So go ahead and talk to me about those.


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  1. Oh my. This sounds absolutely amazing, this kru never cease to impress me. I wish I could travel that far away but I’ll be sure to stalk every attendee on every social media ever.

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