Update - DPCC has officially been canceled for 2020. The city of Denver continues to use the convention center as an overflow medical facility, and intends on doing so through the end of the year.Denver Pop Culture Con (formerly Denver Comic Con) was originally scheduled for 3-5 July - July 4th weekend.
It‘s been postponed to 27-29 November - Thanksgiving weekend.
The city is currently using the convention center as a temporary medical facility.
Over here in Germany we had the "Power of the force-Con" scheduled for the beginning of May, but it was moved to mid-July. The funny thing is that large conventions are forbidden until August and the organizer does not react to questions about refunds or coupons. Very unprofessional, a small **** storm is starting to build up and heading into his general direction.Star Wars Celebration's site says they haven't yet decided. (August 27-30)
Los Angeles Comic Con's site says nothing about being delayed or cancelled, yet I can't find an option to purchase tickets. (September 25-27)
Ontario (California) Comic Con was rescheduled from May 16 & 17 to August 8 & 9.
A week ago I would have said an August date was optimistic, but suddenly things are opening up.
From what ive heard, even Celebration 2021 has been cancelled.Got an email yesterday from Star Wars Celebration (Anaheim California 27-30 August 2020) saying it has been cancelled.
As with LA Anime Expo, ticketholders have the option to roll over their tickets to the 2021 event.
Word on the street is they don’t want to conflict with D23, which is in 2021.You're right! OMG. I hadn't even noticed that they had jumped over 2021.
I corrected my post above, thanks for pointing that out.
The good news (for me) is that it's still in Anaheim. Going to let the tickets roll over, if that's an option.