Stranger Things stars Millie Bobby Brown and David Harbour are coming to Sydney and Perth

  • Carina Nilma
  • March 7, 2017
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Grab a box of eggos (or your nearest waffle substitute) and crack out the Dungeons And Dragons kids, coz Supanova Pop Culture Expo has us going to the Upside Down!

In massive guest announcement news for their Sydney and Perth tour in June this year, Millie Bobby Brown and David Harbour, stars from the hugely successful Netflix series Stranger Things will be coming to Australia for their very first convention visit. Stranger Things is a nostalgia laden trip back to the 80’s and was one of 2016’s most popular new series, as well as giving Millie Bobby Brown her breakout starring role as the superpowered mysterious Eleven. Joining her in the series was the lovable brooding police chief Hopper pplayed by David Harbour, intent on helping Eleven and her friends find their missing friend who disappears under mysterious circumstances.

And just to add to the pop culture nostalgia, Christopher Lloyd, most famous as the eccentric Doc Brown from the Back To The Future trilogy, plus Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman‘s own superhero Dean Cain, and also the gorgeous Julie Benz from Buffy The Vampire Slayer will also be on the lineup.

All of these guests and more will be taking part in exclusive question & answer panels, as well as professional photograph and autograph opportunities where fans can meet their heroes.
Not to mention cosplay, fan clubs, musical performances, creative master-classes, tournaments and an expo full of shopping possibilities so there’s something for everyone.

Supanova’s June tour will hit the following locations –
Sydney Showground, Olympic Park – Friday 16th – Sunday 18th June 2017
Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre – Saturday 24th – Sunday 25th June 2017

For more information check out Supanova Pop Culture Expo’s website or Facebook pages.


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Carina Nilma

Office lackey day-job. Journalist for The AU Review night-job. Emotionally invested fangirl.