Trust us … we’re not about to tell you what to wear to Comic-Con (besides your official Comic-Con T-shirt … click here to pre-order our 2014 shirts)! But you should keep in mind a couple of things: even though San Diego weather in late July ranges from warm to downright hot, the Convention Center and other official SDCC areas (the Marriott Marquis and Marina, the Hilton San Diego Bayfront, the Manchester Grand Hyatt, and the Omni San Diego hotels, plus the Horton Grand Theatre), can be chilly due to air conditioning. We recommend you bring along a light jacket, hoodie, or sweater, for your days inside Comic-Con’s various locations and nights outside, when San Diego tends to cool down a bit. And don’t forget your most comfortable shoes … the sheer size of Comic-Con in the Convention Center means you’ll be doing lots and lots of walking each day!
Remember your first, best, and most accurate source for information—including our daily Toucan Tip—is right here on the Comic-Con website and Toucan, the only OFFICIAL SDCC blog. Bookmark Toucan and the Comic-Con Front Page for the latest updates for the big show!