Free parking, comfy chairs, and more: San Diego Comic-Con to hold at-home version of event

The coronavirus pandemic caused San Diego Comic-Con to cancel its annual July event, but, the conference announced Friday that an at-home version of the event would be streamed this summer.

News 12 Staff

May 11, 2020, 3:48 PM

Updated 1,469 days ago

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Free parking, comfy chairs, and more: San Diego Comic-Con to hold at-home version of event
The coronavirus pandemic caused San Diego Comic-Con to cancel its annual July event, but, the conference announced Friday that an at-home version of the event would be streamed this summer.
In a tweet, the convention says, “Coming soon… Free parking, comfy chairs, personalized snacks, no lines, pets welcome, badges for all, and a front-row seat to… Comic-Con at Home," the announcement video declared.”
The convention was originally slated to begin July 23.
The date of the virtual event will be officially announced.
The festival producers vowed a return to the live event next year on July 22-25, 2021.
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