The inaugural Anime Frontier Powered By Crunchyroll has been postponed until 2021 due to concerns over the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Original set to take place in the Fort Worth Texas Convention Center in Fort Worth, Texas, on May 20-22 of this year; it has been delayed until May 14-16, 2021.
“After tremendous deliberation, we feel postponing until 2021 is the only right decision we can make,” said Anime Frontier Show Director Peter Tatara. “We look to create an inviting, exciting, safe, and healthy celebration for Texas’ anime community – and there’s no way to achieve this now without putting this same community at COVID-19 coronavirus risk.”Via Anime Frontier
A Japanese pop-culture festival coming from the creators of Anime NYC, Anime Frontier it is set to bring fan-favorite Japanese entertainment, celebrities, brands, gaming, and more, to the community that loves them. The cautious plan to move the convention to next year won’t stop it from being a can’t miss event.
All attendees who purchased tickets to Anime Frontier will have the option to roll their tickets over to the 2021 festival or receive a refund. Exhibitors can also either roll their booths over to next year or receive a refund.
Details for Anime Frontier 2021, including tickets and guests, will be given throughout the year, so stay tuned to their site for more info.
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