Ronin-Expo is an annual convention at the Japanese American Cultural & Community Center in Los Angeles, California.
There is an area for merchants to sell their products, as well as an open stage to view live performances. There are also different rooms for gaming/other activities, and a beautiful area for photoshoots and other live performances! This beautiful area can be seen in one of the photos below with my friends, The Library Bards, during their soundcheck.
I know this post is late since it isn’t Pride month anymore, but I still wanted to get this post up.
This event was created by friends at Nerdbot, a media company that brings entertainment within the nerd community. They also recently created and hosted Anime Pasadena, which I previously posted.
For any Flash fans, they made a Reverse Flash: Origins, which you can find on their website!
I had a lot of fun this year! I marched in the parade again with the Queer Nerd Alliance! The full gallery will be posted on my Flickr account. I saw a float of a bar where I shot photos of Mr. Long Beach Leather a while ago for LA Weekly. It was great meeting new people and seeing them proudly show their pride!
I look forward to next year, as well as the Pride event in LA!
This was the last shootout at around the Merry-Go-Round before we went to a different location within Griffith Park. Those photos will be up soon.