Ani-Me Con 9.0 Postponed to May 2020

Ani-Me Con Postponed

In response to the COVID 19 pandemic, Ani-Me Con 9.0 has been postponed to May 2020.

The convention was set to take place on March 21st to the 22nd at the Fresno Fairgrounds. Due to the COVID 19 pandemic, Ani-Me Con 9.0 has been pushed back to May 2nd and 3rd 2020. The announcment was made in the following post:

Ani-Me Con team is currently working with vendors and special guests regarding the new date. It has so far been confirmed that Jackie Lastra and Ian James Corlett have agreed to appear at the new date. They are also working to find new guest to make up for the ones who can not appear for the new date.

Ani-Me Con 9.0 will take place is one of the largest anime conventions in the Central Valley. More information about the new plans will be announced in the coming months.

If you can’t make it to Ani-Me Con 9.0 then check out the many conventions that are set to take place in the Bay Area and surrounding region. We will work to provide updates and announcements when they become available.

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Author: Sarah Watson

I'm an SF State student who likes video games and anime, what more needs to be said.

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  1. Looks like that won’t happen either since they extended the lock down to May 3rd. Not gonna go to a convention packed with smelly weebs after surviving COVID 19.

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