The First Ever Krofft Kon is Taking Place This Weekend!


TV POP CON presents KROFFT KON is the FIRST ever con dedicated to the talents of Sid & Marty Kroft. This will be a 70s kids dream! The historic Orinda Theatre will even be transformed into “Living Island”. Come meet your favorite stars that you watched each Saturday morning while eating a bowl of cereal from your TV tray. (yes, cereal will be served). The day will include episodes, Q&A’s, lectures, costume contest, trivia games and allow you to meet the stars from your favorite Krofft shows.



Confirmed guests include: Sid and Marty Krofft along with Pufnstuf, Butch Patrick from Lidsville, Wesley Eure and Kathy Coleman from Land of the Lost, Johnny Whitaker from Sigmund and the Sea Monsters, Sharon Baird from H.R. Pufnstuf, Land of the Lost, Sigmund and the Sea Monsters and Lidsville, Caroline Ellis from the Bugaloos will join the events from Spain via Zoom. Plus, special Krofft alumni guest, Christopher Knight from The Brady Bunch Hour! The Pufnstuf Movie (1970) will be shown at the end of the evening to close out this fun filled day of nostalgia and fond memories. 


PufNStuf Movie Song - Entire Cast - "Living Island"


Derek Zemrak, founder of the KROFFT KON, discusses how the event was born, “The idea of KROFFT KON came about when Butch Patrick, Lidsville, and I were talking about doing a classic TV weekend event. Butch threw out Krofft shows and I quickly responded – love it, let’s do it! And here we are. The event had blown up with attendees flying in from all over the country. The VIP seats sold out in less than 30 hours. KROFFT KON is a 70s kid’s dream. Just think about all 50+ year adults re-living their Saturday mornings in front of our family’s TV set.”


Admission is only $25 for all day. Tickets at the door will be $30. For more information visit


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