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YouTube Returns as VidCon's Sponsor, More 2023 Featured Creators Revealed!

YouTube Returns as VidCon's Sponsor, More 2023 Featured Creators Revealed!

Exciting news has been unveiled for the upcoming 2023 VidCon!

The Anaheim convention will have YouTube back as it’s title sponsor for the new event, coming this summer.

YouTube was the main title sponsor of the annual digital creators convention from 2013-2019, and even sponsored the VidCon livestream in 2022.

“YouTube has always been an integral part of VidCon because it is one of the biggest players in the digital ecosystem,” Colin Hickey, Senior Vice President, Operations at VidCon, shared in a statement. “We are thrilled to have them return as the title sponsor to help drive our mission of putting digital culture and its creators center stage. We look forward to seeing how they showcase the evolution of the creator ecosystem across all of three of our tracks. The diverse and exciting new batch of top and emerging creators we just added to our lineup for VidCon Anaheim in 2023 is also very exciting.”

In addition, VidCon also just announced more featured creators who will be in attendance at the 2023 event in Anaheim.

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VidCon Announces 2022 Featured Creators & Free Livestream!

VidCon Announces 2022 Featured Creators & Free Livestream!

The 2022 VidCon event is revealing who will be in attendance!

It was just announced on Tuesday (February 22) which creators will be at the event, which takes place June 22-25th in Anaheim, Calif.

This is the first time that VidCon will be in person, after the last two conventions were canceled due to the pandemic. While there was a virtual event in 2020, the 2021 event was canceled in it’s entirety.

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VidCon Cancels 2021 Event Amid Rising COVID Cases, Announces 2022 Dates

VidCon Cancels 2021 Event Amid Rising COVID Cases, Announces 2022 Dates

Fans will no longer be able to go see their favorite online creators in October.

VidCon has announced that the upcoming 2021 convention has now been canceled, due to rising COVID-19 cases.

Though there will no longer be an event this year, the annual convention will return to the summer in 2022.

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VidCon 2021 Announces More Featured Creators - The Try Guys, Eva Gutowski & More!

VidCon 2021 Announces More Featured Creators - The Try Guys, Eva Gutowski & More!

The 2021 VidCon event is getting a little bit closer, and the convention just announced another round of creators that will be in attendance!

This year’s event returns to in-person at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, Calif., from October 21 – 24th.

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VidCon Announces 2021 In-Person Convention Dates

VidCon Announces 2021 In-Person Convention Dates

The annual digital creator convention VidCon is going back to being held in-person this year!

The convention just announced that the 2021 event will be back in Anaheim this fall, October 21-24, 2021.

“As many of you know, VidCon is typically in the summer. Unfortunately, because of the pandemic, we’re not confident that a summer event will be feasible. We DO think that by fall we’ll be able to get together in person,” they shared. “While we miss you and the magic that online creators bring to real life, we want to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for our attendees, creators, staff and sponsors. Waiting just a bit longer gives us the best chance to safely bring that magic to everyone.”

VidCon 2021 will be adhering to COVID-19 health and safety procedures, “which may evolve as the situation develops and may include being required to wear face coverings for the duration of the event while on-site, social distancing, and non-invasive temperature checks. Refusal to cooperate with these procedures on-site will result in ejection from the venue without refund.”

In addition, the first batch of content creators that will be in attendance has been announced: Spencer X, Antonio Garza, Brent Rivera, Molly Burke, DangMattSmith, InquisitorMaster, Aaron’s Animals, Isra Hirsi, Taylor Cassidy, Alan Chikin Chow, The Montoya Twinz, MeganPlays, Alex Wassabi, Sofie Dossi, Trevi Moran and VidCon co-founder Hank Green.

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VidCon 2020 Is Going Virtual With 'VidCon Now' - Get All The Details!

VidCon 2020 Is Going Virtual With 'VidCon Now' - Get All The Details!

The world’s largest celebration of online video and digital creators, VidCon, is coming right into your homes!

Earlier this year, the 2020 VidCon was cancelled due to the pandemic, but now it will be happening all summer long with VidCon Now.

“We are excited to bring the power of VidCon to our three distinct audience-centric tracks across a variety of the world’s top digital platforms with VidCon Now,” General Manager Jim Louderback said in a statement. “VidCon has the unique opportunity during this time to bring our community of passionate fans, emerging creators, and industry professionals together for the same top tier programming you would expect from our IRL convention – delivered into the safety of everyone’s homes – for free. It also allows us to amplify and expand upon important conversations within the community thanks to participating execs, platforms, and creators.”

Creators that will be taking part in the virtual event include Brent Rivera, James Charles, Gigi Gorgeous, Emma Chamberlain, and more!

VidCon Now will begin THIS Saturday (June 20) with weekly programming from Tuesday through Saturday, FREE of charge.

“With a focus on programming that is inclusive, diverse, insightful, and fun, VidCon Now will aim to inform, entertain, and connect. Content will include virtual concerts, performances, panels, Q&As, meet & greets, networking opportunities, and more interactive programming that celebrates the ever-expanding world of online video. Through a unique mix of top creators, emerging stars, industry leaders, and insightful experts, the virtual experience will bring the best parts of the convention to its global fans on their devices.”

VidCon Now will also be supporting the issues going on right now, with programming providing attendees with opportunities to donate to COVID-19 relief charities World Health Organization and No Kid Hungry, as well as Black Lives Matter movement charities Black Visions Collective and the NAACP.

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VidCon 2020 Has Been Officially Cancelled

VidCon 2020 Has Been Officially Cancelled

VidCon 2020 has unfortunately been cancelled due to growing health concerns.

The annual social media convention was set to take place from June 17th to 20th but will now be replaced with an event this fall.

“We were so excited about the 11th annual VidCon US, but our number one priority is always the safety and health of our attendees, sponsors, speakers, creators, and staff. Unfortunately, due to the continued uncertainty…and the precautions being taken by authorities worldwide to manage this pandemic, we have come to the difficult decision to cancel VidCon this June,” VidCon‘s general manager Jim Louderback said in a statement.

He continued, “We are working hard to bring you a VidCon US experience this fall and will keep you posted as those details come together. Don’t worry; it will still be an amazing event that you won’t want to miss!”

Current ticket holders will be refunded by April 15th. Further details about VidCon‘s fall event will be announced by June 15th.