The Saenger Theatre was built in 1925 and housed Vaudeville-type road shows, Broadway plays, and motion pictures. Fully renovated, it now is a hub for performing arts in Pensacola.
The Saenger houses two venues: a 1,600-seat theater, where the most popular panels will be held; and upstairs meeting rooms to be used for additional panels. Badge holders can ride trolleys between the Saenger and the Bay Center for free.
Join us at the Saenger on Saturday and Sunday of Pensacon.
Please note that everyone entering the building must pass through a security checkpoint.