Kevin Boyd

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  • Birthday 10/14/1969

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  1. Unfortunately things are still not at a point where the show can be held and Toronto Comicon has been cancelled. See you in 2022!
  2. Provided vaccinations are well underway we will hopefully see open borders and international travel by the summer. Lot of talent working in Canada in all of our genres should it be an issue, but the hope is it won’t be.
  3. Note that the show dates have moved to the Plan B dates in mid-August
  4. The Edmonton Comic and Entertainment Expo returns to the Edmonton Convention Centre on October 1-3, 2021. Website
  5. Fan Expo Dallas returns in 2021, later in the year than traditionally held, on September 17-19 at the Dallas Convention Center. Please take note that because the show is in September, there will not be a Fan Days/Festival event in Irving in October as traditionally held. It will return in 2022. Website
  6. Our biggest event of the year, Fan Expo Canada is currently scheduled to return on August 26-29, 2021 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North and South Buildings). Website
  7. Fan Expo Boston is scheduled to return in 2021 to the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on August 6-8. Website
  8. The Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo is scheduled to return to Calgary Stampede Park on July 30-August 2, 2021. Should be noted that because of the holiday, the show will run Friday to Monday instead of Thursday to Sunday. Website
  9. Fan Expo Vancouver, the only event we were able to host in 2020, is scheduled to return later in the year on June 25-27, 2021 at the Vancouver Convention Centre. Website
  10. Megacon Orlando is currently scheduled for August 12-15, 2021 at the Orange County Convention Centre (North/South Concourse). The show was originally announced for March but we have opted to go with the backup dates in August. Planning is currently underway for this event, but we are also monitoring COVID-19 spread and potential restrictions. Website
  11. The Toronto Comicon is on the schedule for March 19-21 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre South Building. Whether this show happens or not is currently dependent on what the COVID-19 gathering restrictions are closer to event time. Website
  12. I don’t believe there are any plans at the moment to do anything in 2020. I suppose there is still the possibility of reviving the holiday market in Calgary. If it is I will let people know.