Citing low ticket sales, the organizer pulls the plug on the immersive steampunk event in Tampa
Aethertopia, the immersive steampunk event scheduled for June 29 and 30 in Tampa, Florida, has been canceled due to low ticket sales. Lead organizer Anthony Sakovich announced the news in a June 26 post on the event’s website.
It’s the second year for the immersive steampunk gathering at the Florida State Fairgrounds
This story was a preview of Aethertopia, the immersive steampunk event scheduled for June 29 and 30 in Tampa, Florida. However, the event has been canceled.
Inspired by The Wild Wild West, David Carlyle transforms horse trailers into small homes
Photo Gallery: An ill-fated business venture led a semi-retired landscape architect to a pastime converting old horse trailers into Victorian-style homes on wheels. David Carlyle calls it a hobby, but he’s sold the trailers for about $30,000 each.
SWFL SteamCon to feature authors, cosplayers, music, makers, and . . . Hamster Wars?
An event originally conceived as a book fair will return October 13 to Fort Myers, Florida, as SWFL SteamCon. The program includes authors, music, makers, costumes, parasol dueling, tea dueling, and a sporting event known as Hamster Wars.
The first-ever Aethertopia in Tampa promises to celebrate the “Genius of Steampunk Makers”
For two days this summer, a steampunk city will rise in Tampa as Aethertopia makes its debut July 7-8 at the Florida State Fairgrounds. “We are attempting to build a 50,000-square-foot movie set,” the organizer says.
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.