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This charity event will be my only public appearance for 2015.

Inspired by similar events with Kevin Smith, Stephen King, and Neil Gaiman, AN EVENING WITH BRIAN KEENE is a live, 2-hour performance including brutally honest, incendiary, hilarious stories and anecdotes from two decades of writing horror fiction, a lengthy Q&A with the audience, the exclusive world premiere of my new short film FAST ZOMBIES SUCK, and much more. It takes place Thursday, July 23, 2015 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Williamsburg, VA as part of the 2nd Annual SCARES THAT CARE WEEKEND Charity Horror Convention.

Admission to the performance is free with the purchase of a Scares That Care Weekend pass. As with all other Scares That Care events, 100% of the proceeds go to the charity. (If you would like more information on the charity, click here.)

AN EVENING WITH BRIAN KEENE will be filmed for eventual release on DVD. Proceeds from that DVD will also go toward the charity. As this charity is very near and dear to me, this event will be my only public appearance for 2015. I will be available all weekend long to sign books. It is my sincere hope that you will come for the weekend, see the show and the movie premiere Thursday night, and have me sign your books and offer you my thanks throughout the rest of the weekend. Bring the family and make it a summer vacation. Both the convention and the town of Williamsburg have lots to offer.

We expect the hotel to sell out quickly, so don’t delay. Click here to secure your Scares That Care weekend pass and reserve your hotel room. And I’ll see you next year.

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UPDATE #1: As of 9/4/2014, there are less than 40 hotel rooms left. Reserve yours now!


  1. Also. Just wondering if you think tickets will sell out real quick? I would like a little time to save, but if it is something that might sell out real soon I’ll buy a ticket for me and my friend this week.

    1. There will probably be convention passes available for a while, but I imagine the hotel rooms themselves will sell out fairly quickly (and I think the auditorium where we’re holding this event has a max capacity). So… yeah, I wouldn’t wait too long.

      1. Thanks Brian. I got a ticket for my friend and I. I’m looking forward to shaking your hand in person! Thanks for organizing this event. I have a lot to look forward to in 2015! =)

  2. Hey Rude – Don’t you dare bail. I owe yourself and the missus some gourmet grub in exchange for the cookies that have landed on my doorstep over the years. Sounds like an awesome evening. This is why you are the best, BK.
    Jeff Prettyman

  3. Hey Brian, so I got my ticket for the weekend, but I totally missed the hotel rooms. Do you happen to know of another hotel really nearby? Sorry to trouble you.

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