LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Lexington Comic & Toy Convention (Comic Con), Kentucky’s biggest weekend of geekery, has been further postponed until March 25–28, 2021 it was announced Friday by Central Bank Center.
Tickets from previously scheduled 2020 dates are still valid and have been automatically transferred to the new March 25-28, 2021 date. Tickets for the 2021 show are available now at . Tickets will also be available at the door based on availability. All ticketing, exchange, refund, or date inquiries should be directed to [email protected].
Celebrity photo ops purchased by patrons for the 2020 date will be automatically refunded to the buyers within the next 14 days. Photo ops for the 2021 date will go on sale in November.
According to Comic Con event producer Jarrod Greer, “We have tried since March to ensure a safe and happy convention environment for our patrons and it has become apparent that a 2020 date is just not in the cards. The Central Bank Center and Downtown Hyatt Hotel have been great in helping us get a date locked in to move forward with and we are happy to have come up with a solution that can ensure the health and safety of everyone involved. We firmly believe that through everyone’s continued cooperation we will be able to give Lexington the event it deserves, albeit a bit late.”
For more information visit www.lexingtoncomiccon.com.