Star Wars Celebration rises to 2022 dates
Star Wars Celebration is coming a few months earlier than expected!
Star Wars Celebration is back, and the popular gathering of fans and celebrities will take place again in 2022 war of stars is controversial, there is one important thing that connects us all: We just really love Star Wars.
Starting in 1999, fans of the franchise will be able to come together to celebrate this galaxy we all hold dear while we see and get to know some of our favorite stars. It’s a good time being a fan of the Star Wars franchise.
The event has now postponed dates. According to the website, the event has been postponed from an August date to a May date in order to safely celebrate with fans. “In order to provide the best possible fan experience and after further deliberation with our hotel and venue teams, we have decided to adjust the dates for the Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2022 from August 18-21, 2022 to May 26-29. 2022. These new dates bring fans more incredible deals to enjoy at Star Wars Celebration! ”
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The team behind Star Wars Celebration is doing a good job to accommodate the change. If you had tickets for Celebration and are no longer able to attend, they are ready to offer ticket refunds and adjust accordingly. But it’s nice to know that fans of the Star Wars universe can soon get together to celebrate. Major events like Star Wars Celebration were canceled in 2020 due to COVID restrictions and concerns. With no events like San Diego Comic-Con and New York Comic-Con, we met virtually to celebrate our favorite franchise. It was fun, but it wasn’t the same as being surrounded by other fans and sharing our passion for these properties.
When it comes to talent, nothing is still set as we are more than a year away from the actual celebration, but the team behind Celebration are working hard to make sure hotels are set up and that those who have tickets are ready to leave . We all love the galaxy far, far away and this shift brings that excitement to a boil. We’ll be together again and everyone will scream how much we love Star Wars when the event returns next year.
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