The mother of all Star Wars conventions will not return until 2022
The news we’ve all been fearing has finally been confirmed. Star Wars Celebration 2020 has officially been canceled. The event was due to take place this summer at the Anaheim Convention Center but due to the global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic – the event organizers were left with little alternative but to cancel this year’s event.
The official Celebration Twitter account posted the confirmation: Check out the official post below:
Due to the impact of COVID-19, we’ve made the decision to cancel Star Wars Celebration 2020. While this news is disappointing, we’re happy to announce #StarWarsCelebration will return to Anaheim in 2022. Full statement with ticket transfers/refunds info at https://t.co/o2ObVULVVF pic.twitter.com/CnRWHZhuDq
— StarWars Celebration (@SW_Celebration) June 15, 2020
Even though this cancelation will come as a blow to the millions of Star Wars fans around the world, the organizers ended on a positive note by confirming that the event will return to Anaheim Convention Center between the 18-21, August 2022.
Check back for the latest updates as they emerge.
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