• Tabitha St. Germain Heading to BronyCon


    BronyCon is ramping up their guest announcements with Tabitha St. Germain! She even has an awesome OC pony. I never knew that.

    Go get the presser below.




    BRONYCON WELCOMES BACK VOICE ACTRESS TABITHA ST. GERMAIN

    (BALTIMORE)—Get ready to show off your fashion this Summer because BronyCon is excited to announce that fashion horse voice actress Tabitha St. Germain is returning to Baltimore this July 8-10.

    In “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,” St. Germain is the voice of Rarity, Princess Luna, Nightmare Moon, Granny Smith, Mrs. Cake, Photo Finish, Rarity's mother, Derpy, Suri, Pound Cake and others.

    Beyond MLP, St. Germain provided voice to many other animated-TV series such as “Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch,” “Littlest Pet Shop,” “Slugterra” and many TV  incarnations of Barbie. St. Germain, no stranger to the My Little Pony brand, also voiced many pre-generation-four characters, including Scootaloo, Twinkle Wish, Minty, Thistle Whistle and Wysteria.

    But her talent isn’t just limited to animation. All in all, St. Germain has appeared in over 300 productions, both on stage and on tv. To learn more about St. Germain’s exciting career and other guests coming to Baltimore this Summer, visit BronyCon’s guest page.

    To register for this event, visit BronyCon’s registration page. Badges for BronyCon will cost more at the door, so don’t wait! Also make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+ to be the first to hear our latest announcements.

    About BronyCon:  Based in Baltimore, Md., BronyCon is the premiere convention for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fans of all ages that draws over 10,000 attendees from all over the world. This year’s event, scheduled for July 8-10, 2016 at the Baltimore Convention Center, will celebrate the five-year anniversary of BronyCon. The convention features special guests, diverse programming and a multi-night music festival. For more information, check out bronycon.org.

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