BrunchCon NYC Tickets
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Rated 1 out of 5 by DisappointedAna from Worst event I have ever been to. Let's begin with the fact that entrance to the venue was a disaster. We stood in line for one and a half hours to get into an event where people already had tickets to. Also, after making said line once we got to the front of the line the crew directing the lines bunched everyone up in a room and the line where people were pushing to get in first. Even though there were 2 check-in tables only one was set up with the utensils necessary so you had to push through the other check-in table to get what was needed. Once we got inside it was a complete mess. According to the voucher given to us there were 7 sections we but in reality there was one long continues disorganized mess. I was able to get 1 drink and maybe 3 bites when my group and I decided that this was not worth it and we went to have real brunch and not be stuck in what I could only imagine purgatory must be like. All in all I would never attend other event hosted by this company.
Date published: 2017-03-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by TCfromCTBadBrunchcon from Horrible! I was the second person in line for general admission which is the only reason why I got to enjoy the event for about an hour. After the first hour, or so, by 11:45 the event became a mess! Trash cans overflowing, no organization, tooo many people, long chaotic lines! I felt bad for the vendors, they were all very good, but dealing with that crowd was impossible for anyone. It should have been done in shifts or something, too many people all at once. Poor vendors even had trash piling onto their tables because people ran out of a place to put there stuff. This was all despite the plastic cheap champagne glass that fell apart and the flimsy paper plate that barely held anything. On another note, I had brought a small purse and there was no bag issued to general admission to hold vendors items they passed out and no one had informed us to bring a bag. The event was just a disaster. Not to mention the lines for "bottomless mimosas" were so long that we were only able to get one the whole time. The bathrooms were so disgusting that I ended up leaving to use the grand central bathroom since theirs were overflowing and so much worst than a train station bathroom. A money hungry event that had potential to be great with the awesome vendors, but sold way to many tickets and turned out to be the worst event ever! I feel bad for the people that didn't even get to any of the food and waited in line for 1-2 hours! I am sure the vendors didn't enjoy it as well, poor guys.
Date published: 2017-03-27