The pandemic has caused many events to move virtually this past year but if current trends continue, it won’t be unrealistic to expect the return of in-person comic cons in the not-too-distant future. One of Los Angeles’ largest shows, L.A. Comic-Con, is planning to return this December.
The show, which will be held from December 3rd – 5th 2021, is offering early bird packages at 20% off. They will be sold starting on Friday June 11th for a limited time. In addition to the traditional offerings, they will also provide streaming content and virtual access to live panels, talent meet-and-greets, main stage and secondary panels.
Chris DeMoulin, CEO of Comikaze Entertainment, L.A. Comic Con’s parent company said:
“We couldn’t be more excited to be planning to welcome fans, celebs, the studios, exhibitors and shoppers back to L.A. Comic Con! In a ‘normal’ year, we kick off ticket sales four to six months before the event with “early bird pricing” as a thank you to our dedicated fans who come every year. These special prices are available for a limited time, and they allow everyone a chance to plan ahead and get the best Comic Con value of 2021. This is our guaranteed lowest price of the year.“
Confirmed guests attending this year’s L.A. Comic Con include Giancarlo Esposito from Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul, and The Mandalorian; Zachary Levi, best known for his leading roles in Shazam!, Chuck, Tangled, and many more; Tom Welling, best known for his roles in Smallville and Lucifer; comic legend Frank Miller, best known for Sin City and Batman: The Dark Knight Returns; and Tom Kenny of Spongebob Squarepants fame. Keep an eye out on their webpage since new guests will be added weekly.
Tickets purchased for last year’s event that was cancelled are still valid for this December. All tickets purchased for L.A. Comic Con 2021 are subject to normal ticket provisions, with roll-over available if the event is postponed or rescheduled. Based on COVID-19 precautions prevailing in December, if L.A. Comic Con switches to day passes (versus two sessions per day) given the requirements to accommodate social distancing and reduced crowd density, all three-session tickets will automatically be converted to three-day passes.
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