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Middle East Film & Comic Con Announces Family Passes for Legendary Festival of Pop Culture

 Middle East Film & Comic Con Announces Family Passes for Legendary Festival of Pop Culture

Special family ticket prices offer options for 1-Day and 3-Day passes.

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 7 February 2022: The ultimate festival of fantasy and sci-fi-fun is headed to Abu Dhabi next month, with something to entertain and thrill the whole family – with special family bundle passes now on sale to make sure no one misses out on the action.   

The 10th edition of the Middle East Film & Comic Con (MEFCC) will take place between 4 – 6 March in the UAE capital, with pop-culture fans of every age having the chance to meet their heroes in person made all the easier with the special offer tickets, which are on sale at Platinumlist, Virgin and BookMyShow.

Packed with Marvel, DC, sci-fi and fantasy, and pop-culture fun, fans in the region can buy a one-day Family Pass that includes four tickets with a 10% discount for the total bundle, costing AED 410 rather than AED 460. Superfan families can go for the three-day ticket that includes four passes with a greater discount of 25%, at AED 840 instead of AED 1,120.

General tickets start from AED 115 for a one-day pass, AED 280 for a regular three-day pass, AED 500 for a three-day VIP pass and AED 2,500 for a Super VIP pass. VIP ticket holders will get access to fast-track entry and special queues at meet-the-stars sections, with each VIP ticket granting one exclusive celebrity meet-and-greet with a photograph or autograph voucher along with one hour of exclusive event access on Friday 4 March before the doors open to the public.

MEFCC recently announced some of its star-studded line-up that includes Hollywood actors Michael Rooker and Jon Bernthal, American voice actor Charles Martinet, and British actress Nathalie Emmanuel. Rooker is best known for his portrayal of Yondu Udonta in the blockbuster Guardians of the Galaxy movies and has thrilled fans for decades with his take on complex characters in films and TV shows such as The Walking Dead and The Suicide Squad.