Starlight Glimmer/Kerry Sheridan coming to BronyCon 2015!

BronyCon_2015-Guest_Announcement-Kelly_Sheridan-Press_ReleaseHave you been enjoying Season 5 of My Little Pony: Frienship is Magic?  Well if you haven’t had a chance, get to steppin’, because you’ll need to be in the know come BronyCon time.  Why?  Because besides the usual compare/contrast/squeefest that goes on during Baltimore’s penultimate pony party, Starlight Glimmer will be there!  Okay, maybe not the actual pony (maybe not…), but voice actress Kelly Sheridan definitely will be.

Read on for the full deets!  Now if you’ll excuse me, I need to re-watch that two-part season opener again…

Press Release




(BALTIMORE)—Hold onto your cutie marks before you lose them because Kelly Sheridan will make her debut at BronyCon this Aug. 7-9 in the Baltimore Convention Center!

Shining in as the “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” season 5 opening villain, Starlight Glimmer, Sheridan is no stranger to My Little Pony, having voiced many characters in previous generations including Melody in “My Little Pony Tales.”  Her voice acting career spans over 20 years and includes appearances such as Sango in “InuYasha,” The Scarlet Witch in “X-Men Evolution” and the voice of Barbie across most of the Barbie movies.

Visit BronyCon’s guest page to learn more about Sheridan’s career and other guests coming to Baltimore this Summer!

To register for this event, visit BronyCon’s registration page. Badges for BronyCon will cost more at the door, so don’t wait! Also make sure you are following BronyCon on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, and Google+ to be the first to hear our latest announcements.

About BronyCon:  Based in Baltimore, Md., BronyCon is the premiere convention for My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fans of all ages. Last year’s event drew more than 9,600 attendees from all seven continents. This year’s event, scheduled for Aug. 7-9, 2015 at the Baltimore Convention Center, is expected to trump that figure. The convention features special guests, diverse programming and a multi-night music festival. For more information, check out

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