Vegas Fan Fusion, a new event this year scheduled for Sept. 28-30 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, has been canceled.
Phoenix Fan Fusion, the flagship event, is held over the Memorial Day weekend each year. Long known as Phoenix Comicon, it rebranded for 2018 as Phoenix Comic Fest before adopting the Fan Fusion branding.
The company’s latest announcement:
It is with regret and our apologies that we announce that planning for Vegas Fan Fusion has been postponed and Vegas Fan Fusion 2018 will not be held as scheduled. A variety of factors influenced this decision, including unexpected costs to present the caliber of event you deserve.
If you have purchased memberships, signed up as a panelist, or have purchased exhibitor space, you will be contacted by our team directly.
We love the Vegas community and have truly enjoyed being a part of it.
Thank you for your support.
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