The Press Release:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mischief Management has secured new dates for all its 2020 events — Con of Thrones, LeakyCon Orlando, PodcastCon, and LeakyCon Denver — while keeping
the events in the same host cities as previously announced. Mischief looks forward to celebrating together with all of our attendees and guests in a safe and exciting way in 2021.
“Normally, we would be moving our events to different cities each year. Instead, we have worked with local venues to assure the events we promised can still take place,” says Melissa Anelli, CEO of Mischief Management. “With more time to properly develop these events we are looking forward to an incredible 2021. Our entire community has been expressing such kindness and patience during this unprecedented time, and we thank them and can’t wait to see them again.” Continue reading Mischief Management Postpones 2020 Events, Announces Dates For 2021→
The Press Release:
ReedPop, the world’s largest producer of pop culture events, today announced that BookExpo and BookCon are going virtual with a full slate of free online programming to take place on May 26-31, the originally scheduled week of BookExpo and BookCon 2020.
BookExpo Online 2020 will offer the marquee programming that attendees look forward to each year, including the Children’s & Adult’s Book & Author Dinners, the Buzz Book panels, spotlights on New Graphic Novels and Picture Books, and curated content for librarians. BookExpo will also hold an additional day of programming in July featuring timely content curated with booksellers’ goals in mind. Continue reading ReedPOP Announces “BookExpo Online” and “BookConline” Virtual Events For May→
As you all know, the world around us is in a very alarming and uncertain state as a result of the Coronavirus Pandemic. Based on its rapid spread and in efforts to stem it off while preventative measures are worked on, events are being postponed or cancelled all together. Readers might recall that both the New York International Auto Show, Architectural Digest Design Show and the Tribeca Film Festival have been postponed with only the Auto and Design Shows having new dates so far. Click the highlighted text for more details on those happenings. This update brings us up to speed with this years BookExpo. Read on.
To our BookExpo, UnBound & BookCon community,
Booksellers, librarians, authors, publishers, fans and everyone passionate about this industry are what make these events so special. At every step and with every decision, we have you in mind, so it’s our responsibility to make sure that your health and safety come first at all times.
After many hours of conversation, we have decided to postpone BookExpo, UnBound and BookCon from May to July 22-26 at the Javits Center. We have been closely monitoring the outbreak of COVID-19 in New York and around the country. Following the guidance of health officials, we are now complying with the State’s request that large gatherings be postponed to ensure the well-being of everyone involved with our event. Continue reading Event Update: A Message From BookExpo→
The Press Release:
As a result of the ongoing health concerns from the spread of the coronavirus in the region, the New York International Auto Show has been rescheduled to August 28 – September 6, 2020. Press days are August 26 & 27, 2020.
“We are taking this extraordinary step to help protect our attendees, exhibitors and all participants from the coronavirus,” said Mark Schienberg, president of the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association, the organization that owns and operates the New York Auto Show.
“For 120 years, ‘the show must go on’ has been heavily embedded in our DNA, and while the decision to move the show dates didn’t come easy, our top priority remains with the health and well-being of all those involved in this historic event. We have already been in communication with many of our exhibitors and partners and are confident that the new dates for the 2020 Show will make for another successful event,” Schienberg added. Continue reading Breaking: Organizers Announce Rescheduling of 2020 New York International Auto Show→
Concerns about the coronavirus have been growing by the day and with this come the cancellation and postponement of many big scheduled events in the interest of public safety. Earlier today, I reported on my PiercingMetal website about the cancellation of both the Emerald City Comic Con and the SXSW Festival and now comes new about the upcoming Architectural Digest Design Show. Read on for their official statement.
The Press Release:
After careful consideration, the Architectural Digest Design Show, originally scheduled March 19-22, 2020, has been POSTPONED to June 25-28, 2020. Growing concerns over the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak have prompted the rescheduling by the Show Management, Condé Nast, and many of its operating partners. Our top priority is the health and safety of our exhibitors, attendees, volunteers, and staff. We will provide ongoing updates as necessary. All purchased tickets for the show on March 19-22, 2020 will be honored for entrance to the show on June 25-28, 2020 on Pier 94. For inquiries and updated information, continue to check addesignshow.com – Linked below.
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Piercing Ken Thoughts: I’ve already marked the new dates for this event on our calendar in the event that you get sidelined and forget when June rolls around. Let’s hope that by then this whole outbreak has been dealt with so that all can get back to some sense of normalcy. See you next time.