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Whether they are flying high at practice or soaring through a spectacular air show, it is always a thrill to see the Blue Angels cut across Pensacola skies. Pensacola Beach hosts a Blue Angels show every July while the Blue Angels host their last show of the season over Naval Air Station Pensacola every November.
That was the recurring sentiment of those who attended the jam-packed Pensacon on Saturday.
Dave Dorman, voted by fans as the number one “Star Wars” artist ever, is one who thinks the convention needs more space due to its high attendance.
“It’s definitely a balance because we want to make sure that people are comfortable on the vendor floor, but we still want to allow as many as possible on the vendor floor at the same time,” Manning says.
“I think it’s just growing pains of a brand new show,” he says.
“I certainly enjoy it and love the fans down here, and I’ll certainly come back.” Michael Daw, a local guest artist who graduates from Pensacola State College this May, sees the large crowd as a positive thing for Pensacon.