QBC 2019 STARRING KEITH HERNANDEZ!

QBC 2019 STARRING KEITH HERNANDEZ!

by The 7 Line October 16, 2018 0 Comments

We love the QBC, and this upcoming January 19th is set to be a doozy. As they have for the last couple years, Katch in Astoria will host the 6th annual offseason gathering of Mets fans. This years headliner is none other than Mets A-List Superstar Keith Hernandez. 

Each year the Queens Baseball Convention picks up more steam, and this will be a guaranteed sell out. Tickets will go up at some point in November, and due to capacity and fan comfort, just 400 will be available. You should absolutely keep your ears open for the on sale date. 

Besides Keith's panel/Q&A/autograph session the day is filled with other guests, panels, and vendors. It's a really cool experience to be in such an intimate setting hearing players talk candidly up close and personal. It's an interaction like no other for Mets fans. 

Prices are fair, and you can always get in the door for around $75 for the autographs/meet and greet. Compared to what some others charge just for a signing alone, it’s always a steal.

Follow @QBConvention, and check out QueensBaseballConvention.com to stay in the loop about the on sale date. 




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