Critical Role Live: Indianapolis 2016

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Not only will there be an questions and answer panel at Gen Con 2016 featuring the cast of Geek & Sundry’s Critical Role, you can also see the gang do what they do best, play dungeons & dragons live.

NOTE – THIS IS AN OFFSITE EVENT, as such you will NOT Need an Gen Con badge to attend, just a ticket for this event.

Critical Role brings the campaign out of the dungeon and onto the stage! We invite you to be our first Indianapolis live audience. This episode will feature Matt Mercer, Marisha Ray, Liam O’Brien, Laura Bailey, Taliesin Jaffe, Sam Riegel, and Travis Willingham

Saturday August 6th Hilbert Circle Theater Indianapolis, IN Start Time 8:00PM (Which is a few blocks from the Convention Center)


  • General Admission Ticket: $60
    VIP Ticket: $200 (includes poster and meet and greet)

Both General Admission and VIP tickets provide you a seat within the respective sections. Exact seat assignment is first come, first serve. All parties that wish to be seated together should arrive early to secure seating. Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

You can buy your tickets HERE



  1. critters suck /

    60 bucks is ridiculous

    • Draculetta /

      I have to agree.. and so is the $200 VIP ticket.. I mean, I love Critical Role..But Geez…

  2. They just sold out a 200+ theater with prices of $40 and $150. And the $200 VIP seats in Indy have already sold out, so it would seem that there is sufficient demand to justify that price point. It’s really not that different from plays, musicals, concerts, or sporting events when it comes to pricing to be honest. Everything’s expensive these days.

  3. I’d do anything to get a VIP ticket, I fell asleep last night during CR and had no idea they were coming this way. If you have an extra or cannot go PLEASE reply to this post!

  4. Cards Against Humanity folks are doing their big concert on Friday, and now this? Gencon is turning into more and more of a ‘production’ like San-Diego Comic-Con than a Game convention….. And these prices are proof of it.

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