Star Wars Celebration Event Returning To California

After a very successful event being held in Chicago earlier this year, the 2020 Star Wars Celebration expo is returning to the state of California. The event should give us more details about future Star Wars movies, TV shows and more.

All of the info was announced via StarWars.com as the event is coming to Anaheim.

Much like past events, it will run for four full days featuring tons of Star Wars content for fans to consume. You can look at the full announcement posted down below.

"StarWars.com is excited to announce that Star Wars Celebration will return to Anaheim, California, on August 27-30, 2020, at the Anaheim Convention Center. The world’s biggest gathering of Star Wars fans, Celebration is an official production from Lucasfilm and ReedPOP, honoring the past of a galaxy far, far away while looking ahead at what’s to come — from new movies to upcoming shows, games, and comics. Tickets go on sale June 21 at 9 a.m. PT. Star Wars Celebration Anaheim 2020 will be four fun-filled days of major announcements, immersive exhibits, an interactive show floor, screenings, exclusive merchandise, celebrity guests, panels, autograph sessions, fan-inspired activities, costumes, and other surprises. From young fans of Star Wars animated shows to die-hards fueled by the nostalgia for the original Star Wars trilogy to families that enjoy Star Wars together, there’s something for everyone at Star Wars Celebration. For Star Wars fans, there’s nothing else like it."

It will probably be a more quiet event since there will not be a new Star Wars movie until the year of 2022.

Between that time though, there are many TV shows planned to air on Disney+ due to launch later this year.

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