Comic Con Cape Town confirms cancellation, claiming COVID-19 coronavirus concerns

Citing government’s decision to ban public events of more than 100 people for the next 90s days, local expo organiser Reed Exhibitions Africa has announced that Comic Con Cape Town, originally expected to open 1-3 May at the Cape Town Stadium, is now postponed until 2021.

According to its Facebook page, prospective visitors can refund their tickets, or choose to use them for next year’s expo instead, scheduled for 24-27 April.

Cape Town, your heroes are still coming. Comic Con Cape Town is not saying goodbye, but rather “see you all soon!” And with their typically positive attitude the team has a silver lining: Comic Con Cape Town will now be a full four epic days in 2021.

Comic Con Cape Town’s website has also been updated with the new dates, and a FAQ for the now-cancelled 2020 expo.

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