A report from the 2019 Brass Screw Confederacy steampunk festival in Port Townsend, Wash.
The eighth Brass Screw Confederacy Steampunk Festival, held June 12-14 in Port Townsend, drew its highest attendance ever. It featured a Mad Science theme and performances by UK chap hop artist Professor Elemental. We have a report and photos.
The annual steampunk festival will host Prof. Elemental, a “Mad Science” exhibition, and more
Steampunk enthusiasts in the Pacific Northwest will take to the streets of Port Townsend, Washington, as the Brass Screw Confederacy steampunk festival returns June 7-9. The program includes two performances by Professor Elemental.
The organizer of the immersive steampunk con hopes to launch a West Coast edition in 2020
The organizer of TeslaCon, the immersive steampunk convention in Wisconsin, is making plans for a Seattle event that will likely debut in spring 2020. “We really want to bring our version of steampunk out there,” says founder Eric Jon Larson.
Organizers of the Seattle steampunk convention cited low ticket sales
The organizers of Steamposium announced late Tuesday that they have canceled the event. It was scheduled to take place Oct. 26-28 at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center in Seattle. The announcement appeared on the event's website.
Fairhaven Steampunk Festival in Bellingham to serve up music, costumes, vendors and more
Steampunks will roam Fairhaven Village Green in Bellingham, Washington as the Fairhaven Steampunk Festival: Mr. Flip’s Carnival of Wonders & Curiosities takes place on Saturday, July 28, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A Victorian seaport near Seattle will host the Brass Screw Confederacy steampunk festival
“Perilous Expeditions” will be the theme as the Brass Screw Confederacy steampunk festival returns June 8-10 to Port Townsend, Washington. The city is described as one of three Victorian seaports in the U.S.
Yes, some cities are steampunk hotspots, but ranking them is an exercise in absurdity
A few years ago, a real estate blog crunched some numbers to rank "The 50 Most Steampunk Cities in America." A few criteria were reasonable, but others were ridiculous. Here's our take.