Bi Wales goes to BiCon



BiCon 2019

1st to 4th August

Lancaster University

A few of committee and members are going to BiCon 2019. We’d love you to join us there.

How do I book?

BiCon has residential onsite accommodation as part of the event. To book with accommodation you need to book and pay or arrange to pay by 31st May.
Day and weekend tickets without accommodation are available right up to the event.

Book here:

1st to 4th August

Lancaster University

How do I book?

BiCon has residential onsite accommodation as part of the event. To book with accommodation you need to book and pay or arrange to pay by 31st May.
Day and weekend tickets without accommodation will still be available until the event, but accommodation won’t be.

Visit 2019.bicon.org.uk/tickets/

What is BiCon?

BiCon is a weekend-long educational and social gathering for bi people, their friends, partners, and others with a supportive interest in bisexuality. We don’t all use the labels “bi” or “bisexual” or even agree on what it means to be bi, but bisexuality is the common theme. BiCon is has been held in a different part of the UK each year since 1984. We expect several hundred attendees, with around 25% attending for the first time.

‘Con’ as in convention? Or conference?

We don’t think we have to be just one! As a convention, we are social and fun with discussions, dancing, games, music, crafting and costume parties. As a conference, we have more serious workshops on issues around bisexuality and related (and not-so-related!) topics.

We run from Thursday night to Sunday afternoon, but you can come along at any time and join in. We provide comfortable self-catering accommodation on-site as well as day and weekend passes which operate on a sliding scale linked to your income.

BiCon is proud to implement a code of conduct and is committed to making our event accessible.

What is BiCon?

BiCon is a weekend-long educational and social gathering for bi people, their friends, partners, and others with a supportive interest in bisexuality. We don’t all use the labels “bi” or “bisexual” or even agree on what it means to be bi, but bisexuality is the common theme. BiCon is has been held in a different part of the UK each year since 1984. We expect several hundred attendees, with around 25% attending for the first time.

‘Con’ as in convention? Or conference?

We don’t think we have to be just one! As a convention, we are social and fun with discussions, dancing, games, music, crafting and costume parties. As a conference, we have more serious workshops on issues around bisexuality and related (and not-so-related!) topics.

We run from Thursday night to Sunday afternoon, but you can come along at any time and join in. We provide comfortable self-catering accommodation on-site as well as day and weekend passes which operate on a sliding scale linked to your income.

BiCon is proud to implement a code of conduct and is committed to making our event accessible.

 

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