The 11th annual VidCon is starting to look a lot like the first TikTokCon.
After previously confirming it’d welcome 10 TikTok stars including Gil Croes (23.5 million followers), Jay Croes (20 million), Spencer X (23.5 million), ThunThun Skittles (7.3 million), and Brittany Broski (aka Kombucha Girl, 2.7 million) as featured creators at this year’s event, VidCon has added eight more notable TikTokkers to the roster.
Chief among the new additions are megastar sisters Charli and Dixie D’Amelio, who have 30.5 and 12.1 million followers, respectively. Known as frequent collaborators of TikTok creator collective Hype House, the duo (along with their parents Marc and Heidi) signed with UTA in January. In the weeks since, they’ve scored major deals: Charli partnered with Prada and was invited to a front-row seat at the lauded brand’s Milan runway, and Dixie accepted a lead role in digital studio Brat’s new Chicken Girls spinoff Attaway General.
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Other TikTok luminaries newly confirmed for this summer include Avani Gregg (11.9 million), Payton Moormeier (10.8 million), Noen Eubanks (10.1 million), Benji Krol (7 million), Alex Guzman (5.7 million), Drea Okeke (4.4 million), Isabella Avila/onlyjayus (4.4 million), and Seth Obrien (1.5 million).
They will join more than 150 featured YouTubers–including MatPat, Joey Graceffa, Elle Mills, Kat Blaque, The Fitness Marshall, and James Charles–June 17-20 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif. (Featured creators attend the convention for free in exchange for appearing at panels, meet-and-greets, and other events.)
You can see the full roster of featured creators here. Tickets to VidCon 2020 are $50 for Saturday-only admission, $115 for four-day Chaperone-level admission, $125 for four-day Community-level admission, $180 for four-day Creator-level admission, and $750 for four-day Industry-level admission.