With nearly 70 Million total views on YouTube, vocal impressionist Brian Hull is the latest guest announced for London Ontario’s Forest City Comicon featuring Project Play coming to the London Convention Centre on Saturday, September 23.
Hull shot to viral video fame in 2014 with his rendition of Frozen’s “Let It Go” featuring the spot-on impersonations of twenty-one Disney characters. The video garnered 500,000 views in its first two days and continued to grow, surpassing 27 million views today. Hull has continued to showcase his vocal talents, which include stunningly accurate impersonations of hundreds of characters. His most recent viral hits, seen by millions, include “Disney Pixar sings Hello” and “Disney Pixar sings Moana“.
Fans can catch Brian Hull on the show floor at the event and at his all-ages stage presentation, included free of charge as part of admission, while seating lasts.
Tickets for the Forest City Comicon featuring Project Play are available now online at discount advanced pricing through www.forestcitycomicon.ca or through selected stores in London. Kids age 12 and under enter free with adult supervision.
About Forest City Comicon
The largest event of its kind in London is a celebration of nerd and geek culture like no other: The Forest City Comicon is a London, Ontario based comic con that is set to return for its fourth season in 2017 in partnership with Project Play featuring costumes, vendors, panels, board games, video game tournaments and more. The event is a celebration of nerd culture and the popular culture that surrounds it. The 2017 event will run Saturday, September 23 at London’s best venue: the fabulous London Convention Centre.