Kansas City Convention Center, Kansas City, MO | Wed to Sun, August 17-21, 2016.

Hugo Voting open!


Voting for the 2016 Hugo Awards and the 1941 Retro Hugo Awards are open!

The Hugo PIN emails have gone out to members of MidAmeriCon II and voting will remain open through July 31, 2016. You can vote online or via mail-in ballot. Please remember that you must be a member of MidAmeriCon II to vote in the Hugo Awards.

Memorial Day Offer!

Memorial Day Membership Offer!


Memorial Day Weekend Only, we are offering a special Weekend (Fri-Sun) Pass* for $150, or for just $50 more you can purchase a Full Attending Membership (Wed-Sun) which gives you two more days of programming and events, ability to attend the Retro Hugo Swing Dance plus voting rights for the Hugo Awards and the option to vote in Site Selection!

This offer is available online (and in person at ConQuesT and Balticon) Friday, May 27 through Monday, May 30.

*Weekend passes do not include Hugo Award or Site Selection Voting rights.


Art Show Registration Open!

The Winter's Tale by Kinuko Craft

The Winter’s Tale by Kinuko Craft

We are thrilled to announce the opening of our Art Show Registration! The art show at MidAmeriCon II will feature works of art from internationally-renowned artists and new voices alike, in a range of styles including traditional media, digital art, photography, jewelry, and many more. Head over to sign up, read over the policies and get ready for a wonderful and amazing Art Show!

Guests of Honor

Kinuko Y. Craft
Patrick and Teresa Nielsen Hayden
Tamora Pierce
Michael Swanwick
Each Worldcon selects a small number of Guests of Honor for the highest recognition that the event can grant, essentially a Hall of Fame for the science fiction and fantasy field. MidAmeriCon II has chosen to honor Kinuko Y. Craft, Patrick Nielsen Hayden, Teresa Nielsen Hayden, Tamora Pierce, and Michael Swanwick. All of our guests have made great contributions to the world of science fiction and fantasy and we are so pleased to be able to celebrate and honor these contributions with them in Kansas City. In addition to our Guests of Honor, our Toastmaster is the superb Pat Cadigan.