Convention Calendar

Welcome to the Geekiary Convention Calendar!

We’ve attended over 80 conventions, across four continents (North America, Australia, Asia, and Europe), from the years 2013-2020. We’ll continue bringing you coverage via blog, YouTube, and all of our social media accounts.  Links to our various social media accounts can be found in our sidebar.  Follow along!

Each new convention will be added to this calendar and older conventions will be documented with links to our coverage below our upcoming cons.

Will you be at any of the same cons we’ll be at?  Give is us a shout! Twitter is the most reliable way to contact us when a con is happening, so try there first.

PAST CONVENTIONS

2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017
2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013

 

2021 Cons*:

All 2021 scheduled convention attendance is dependent upon regional herd immunity for in person attendance, or reasonable digital accommodations.  This list is subject to change. 

San Diego Comic-Con
July 22nd-25th, 2021
San Diego, CA

Attendees: Angel, Jamie, Khai

Awesome Con
August 20th-22nd, 2021
Washington DC

Attendees: Jessica W

Flame Con
August 20th-22nd, 2021
New York, NY

Attendees: Jamie

DragonCon
September 2nd-6th, 2021
Atlanta, GA

Attendees: Bekah, Tara

New York Comic Con
TBA, 2021
New York, NY

Attendees: Jamie

Anime NYC
November 19th-21st, 2021
New York, NY

Attendees:  Jamie

10 thoughts on “Convention Calendar

  1. Hi there. How do I find out if Arrow and Supergirl will be at Comic Con in San Diego this year? I realize that in the past they have attended and have done panel discussions but I cant seem to find that information on the Comic Con website.

    1. Excellent question! San Diego Comic-Con is different from other conventions as they don’t announce guests officially until a couple of weeks before the con (except for their featured comic guests which have all been announced for 2016). However, individual studios typically start announcing things about this time. I would follow the official twitter and facebook accounts of the shows you’re interested in as well as their associated networks. You might also want to follow some of the SDCC specific accounts for announcements, but your specific shows may get buried in all the announcements they are going to make. I have some recommended blogs linked on the right of the page ->

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