FINAL GIRL FESTIVAL

FINAL GIRLS FINISH LAST

What/Who
Makes A
final girl?

The final girl trope has evolved throughout the years, from early final girls most often being damsels in distress, to more modern final girls who are more likely to survive due to their own abilities. 

We believe the final girl should be celebrated more than the villain, because they are the heroes of the story. 

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KIM
DIRECTOR

ACTOR

AUTO
$TBA
SELFIE
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COMBO
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HARLEY
QUINN SMITH

ACTOR

AUTO
$TBA
SELFIE
$TBA
COMBO
$TBA

CERINA
VINCENT

ACTOR

AUTO
$TBA
SELFIE
$TBA
Combo
$TBA

KATIE
FEATHERSTON

ACTOR

AUTO
$TBA
SELFIE
$TBA
COMBO
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Vendor Information

No vendor space will be reserved by submitting an application alone. Submission of an application does not guarantee you will be approved for space.

10×10 Space: $600

5×10 Space: $300

Each space comes with one table, two chairs, and two passes.

Why Volunteer
With Humble
Enterprises?

Travel With a Group That's Like Family, In A Good Way
Behind the Scenes

Learn what it takes to put on an event from the ground up, from people who have been doing this for almost a decade. Don't be afraid to ask questions and learn along the way. It's fun to learn.

Community support

Everything we do is to make those attending the event have the best time possible. Knowing that we are responsible for providing a wonderful experiences is both rewarding and fun.

Build Social Skills

Worried you are an introvert? So are plenty of us! We will make sure to allow you to be yourself while also helping us become better overall as a whole.

Make New Friends

Some of our best friendships have been made through our connections and conversations involved with putting on events. We can agree on at least one thing.

Work Hard

Putting on events is a tremendous amount of work; we are not going to lie. However, our love for what we do keeps bringing us back for more.

stay humble

At the end of the day, we are providing entertainment and fun to the public. Let's all remember that in our interactions and attitudes at events.