LA Comic-Con will run from December 3 to December 5, 2021. The event will take place in person but there will also be virtual components.
THE Comic Con will officially take place in December 2021. While LA Comic-Con is relatively green compared to New York Comic-Con and San Diego Comic-Con, it has quickly become a thriving convention with others. The very first LA Comic-Con took place in 2011 and ran every consecutive year until 2019. The convention was originally scheduled to be held in 2020 but was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. It’s now been over a year since the last LA Comic-Con.
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The LA Times has confirmed that LA Comic-Con will be held in December as an in-person event. Typically, LA Comic-Con will take place over three days from December 3-5. The event will be held at his usual home at the Los Angeles Convention Center. After the cancellation of Comic-Con in 2020, it was expected that the agreement could be renewed in September 2021. However, after observing the evolution of the first quarter of 2021, Chris DeMoulin, general manager of the parent company of LA Comic Con, Comikaze Entertainment, decided it would be better to push the event back to December, saying:
Now that we have seen how 2021 is going, we have concluded that the new December dates seem the most accessible for the most fans. At this point in the year, more people will likely feel safe attending an event in person, and we also wanted to make sure that our dates didn’t interfere with people’s vacation plans.
The December convention will be held primarily in person. However, there will be virtual components at the convention. Those who want to stick to streaming will still be able to participate in live panels and talent meets and will have virtual access to all main and secondary panels. The convention has already listed some of its big headliners including Zachary Levi (Shazam!), Tom Welling (Smallville, Lucifer), Frank Miller (Sin City, Daredevil), Tom Kenny (Sponge Bob SquarePants) and Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad, Better call Saul, the Mandalorian). Now that the official dates have been set, tickets will sell out quickly. Tickets can be purchased on the Comic-Con site, and all tickets purchased for September 2021 can be transferred to the new December dates.
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: LA Times
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