Star Wars Celebration Is Still On (For Now)
Fans planning to attend the massive Star Wars convention should keep an eye on their email for updates in the coming weeks.
With event cancelations due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic still rolling it, the future is looking mighty uncertain for some of the big mainstays of the pop culture convention world. San Diego Comic-Con recently canceled for the first time in its fifty-year history alongside Anime Expo, one of the largest anime conventions in the United States. Now, Star Wars Celebration is fielding the possibility of canceling their event, which is scheduled to be held in August.
Celebration released this statement via email today for fans, confirming that, as of right now, the event is still scheduled to take place as planned, but due to the fluid nature of the current situation, decisions are still being made.
Fans planning on attending the event should keep a close eye on their email in the coming weeks for further updates.
Star Wars Celebration is held around the world with past locations ranging from Chicago to Orlando in North America. 2020 is the second time the convention has scheduled a stop in California after being held in Los Angeles back in 2007.
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