…Did Creation Just Lose the Official “Star Trek” License for Their Vegas Convention?Mary Anne ButlerNERDBOT

As we assumed would happen, one of the few remaining in-person events still scheduled to be happening in 2020 has made the difficult decision to shift to 2021. We’re speaking this time of the annual Creation Official Star Trek Convention that transports to Las Vegas.

Creation’s Official Star Trek Convention was scheduled for December 9th-13th, 2020 at the Rio in Vegas, but has now been rebranded, and rescheduled to August 11th-15th, 2021 (still at the Rio).

The announcement is an interesting one, which reveals that next year’s event will no longer be sporting the official “Star Trek” title.


We are renaming the convention “Creation Entertainment Presents The 55-Year Mission Tour.” We’ll have over 100 celebrity guests as usual, multiple tracks of non-stop programming, contests, music, cosplay and surprises, plus partying galore. We’ll immerse our attendees into the positive and loving atmosphere with thousands of other fans, as we all celebrate Gene Roddenberry’s legacy. CBS is not an official partner of this event.


Creation will be launching a new event website later this month.

This story is developing. We have reached out for comment to both Creation and CBS.

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As we assumed would happen, one of the few remaining in-person events still scheduled to be happening in 2020 has made the difficult decision to shift to 2021. We’re speaking this time of the annual Creation Official Star Trek Convention that transports to Las Vegas. Creation’s Official Star Trek Convention was scheduled for December 9th-13th,
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