Pull up a chair and get comfy as Rooster Teeth co-founder and Red vs. Blue creator Burnie Burns delivers the ‘Storytime’ opening keynote at PAX Australia 2017, taking place October 27-29 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

The Chief Creative Officer of Rooster Teeth Productions, Burnie’s body of work also includes 2015 sci-fi comedy Lazer Team, The Sims parody series The Strangerhood, and anime-influenced web series RWBY. For these and his numerous other projects, Burns, named one of The Hollywood Reporter’s “Top 25 Digital Stars” in 2015, has garnered multiple award nominations from The Webby Awards and International Academy of Web Television.

Do you realise this will be the fifth year that PAX will take place in Australia? How crazy is it to think about how much has happened since we first launched the show in 2013?

So badges for PAX Aus 2017 are now on sale, click this link to acquire yours right away at our early bird prices.

Additionally, we’ve added some cool limited edition items you can pickup at the same time, including a mystery bag full of mysterious mysteries, and a sweet set of custom PAX Aus branded dice from Level Up Dice.

Plus, just by simply buying your badge you automatically go into our draw to win a Nintendo Switch and a copy of Zelda Breath of the Wild (terms & conditions apply).

A new year, a new PAX Aus, as we return to Melbourne for our fifth show down under!

This year PAX Aus will take place from the 27 to 29 of October, which should provide some cheaper flights and accom, being not so close to the Melbourne Cup.

Badges will be available to purchase on the 14th of March (just after PAX East), so be sure to set a reminder in your chrono device or simply follow our official Facebook page for guaranteed notifications.

Early bird tickets will save you $5 AUD on the full ticket price, Friday Only, Saturday Only, and Sunday Only tickets will cost $65 AUD, Three Day Passes will cost $165 and includes recorded national delivery. International Three Day passes will cost $165 AUD. Attendees wishing to bring their own computer, can also purchase a BYOC pass for an additional $45 AUD.

So ends the 4th PAX Australia.  Huge thanks to all the Enforcers who made it all possible, our exhibitors for bringing all sorts of cool stuff to look at, and all our attendees for giving us the reason to keep PAX Aus alive each year. We hope you all had fun, and we ESPECIALLY hope you’ll come back next year, it’d be a very lonely, boring party without you.

See you in 2017!

It’s merch. It’s new. And it’s headed your way Australia. 

Check out a sneak peak of just some of the PAX Australia exclusives below.

Stop by the Merch Booth next to the Tabletop Area or Merch Lite in the Exhibition Centre Foyer during PAX Australia, Nov 4-6, to see the whole line available. But be quick. Lots of these items are extremely limited in inventory!