For 15 years, we have followed the journey of two brothers as they trek across the world hunting supernatural creatures of all kinds, from Changelings to Djinn, Hellhounds to Leviathan, Wendigo and even the Devil himself. It has been an incredible ride, in a badass 67’ Impala, but alas, all good things must come to an end. We are all still reeling at the thought that Supernatural is ending and unsure what the future holds.

I have been an avid fan since the premiere of the first season. I remember sitting down with my sister and watching it as it aired, completely thrilled that there was finally a show that catered to my interests of all things creepy. While there are a multitude of horrifying elements throughout the show, there is so much more than that. The show delves deeply into the importance of family and the bonds of friendship. The Supernatural fandom has and will always be considered a family.

While this may be the end of the road for the boys and their fallen angel companion, it’s not the end for the fans. Creation Entertainment has done it again and has managed to whip up another magical weekend where the Supernatural family can come together. On April 17-19, 2020 at Gaylord Opryland Hotel, in Nashville, Tennessee, the star-studded cast will come together for another event to remember. Join us as we extend our southern hospitality and welcome Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, and many more to Music City.

Included in the event will be karaoke and a pajama party, live music, Q&A panels with the faces of the show, as well as the behind the scenes talents, etc. There is also the opportunity to meet your favorite characters up close and personal! Photo ops and autographs are available for purchase, as well as some intimate experiences for smaller groups like Ruth Connell’s “Witching Hour.” There will be tons of fun to have for everyone involved whether you’ve been a fan since day one, or you’re new to the franchise.  To those already ahead of the game and are planning to attend, just remember that while the show is coming to an end, we still have Creation’s Supernatural Convention to be reminded that “family don’t end with blood.”

You can purchase tickets here.

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