The 100 stars Eliza Taylor, Lindsey Morgan and Zach McGowan are among the guests announced for the second annual Unity Days convention in Vancouver.

After their successful first The 100 fan convention earlier this year, Unity Events has unveiled their impressive line-up for the second annual Unity Days in Vancouver, Canada — aka The 100‘s very own City of Light.

Described as an “intimate fan experience like no other,” the 2018 convention will take place from January 19-21, at the Pinnacle Hotel Harbourfront, which is located in the Coal Harbour neighbourhood of downtown Vancouver.

Eliza Taylor (Clarke), Lindsey Morgan (Raven) and Nadia Hilker (Luna) will be attending on Saturday, with Zach McGowan (Roan), Tasya Teles (Echo) and Sachin Sahel (Jackson) lined up for Sunday. One additional guest is yet to be announced for each day.

The actor panels will be moderated by Jo Garfein, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Cancer Gets LOST charity drive.

Not only does the convention take place in the city where The 100 actually films, but I have it on good authority that Unity Days is a fun and friendly experience, bringing together fans from near and far and providing plenty of opportunities for meeting members of the cast.

Meet-and-greets, photo ops and autograph sessions are included with some pass levels, and can alternatively be purchased as add-ons at any level. On the official Unity Days website you can read much more about admission costs and the different passes that you can purchase.

If you’re considering attending your first The 100 convention, as I have been, Unity Days should be an all-round pleasant, inclusive experience; last year’s attendees have been raving about it on my timeline all year, and I’m happy to report that I will be attending the 2018 convention as well.

No news yet about what panels we can expect, but I do know that at some point during the weekend myself, Tiffany Vogt from Seat24F and Yana Grebenyuk from TV Fanatic and UntitledTV will be participating in a reviewers’ panel, talking about our experiences writing about and doing press for the show.

The entire convention is organized and run by a hard-working, passionate team of The 100 fans: Leana Santos, Miah Bannerman, Linda Suurhoff and Shayne Bannerman.

Follow Unity Days on Twitter for more information, and to get all the latest updates! Make sure you use the hashtag #UnityDays2018 when tweeting about the event.

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