L.A. COMIC CON BRINGS BACK 1-DAY PASSES AND 3-DAY WEEKEND PASSES
By Staff Reports
L.A. Comic Con, L.A.’s largest event for comics, gaming, sci-fi and pop culture, is converting their session passes to 1-day and 3-day weekend passes for the December 3–5 event at the Los Angeles Convention Center. There are no additional requirements, steps, or cost for fans who have purchased single-session or multi-session weekend passes. Sessions were originally developed due to crowd density protocols at the height of COVID-19 concerns but are no longer a part of LA Department of Public Health CV-19 guidelines. L.A. Comic Con’s exhibits and events will be spread out over 1.2 million-square feet of space.
“We developed the sessions concept a year ago as a way of getting as many fans as possible to experience the convention while maintaining the low-density requirements in place at the time,” said Chris DeMoulin, CEO of Comikaze Entertainment, L.A. Comic Con’s parent company. “We waited until now to make this change to ensure they weren’t going to be necessary for this year’s event. Given current CV-19 safety guidelines, we are thrilled to be able to upgrade the session passes to 1-day or 3-day weekend passes.”
If you bought a one-session pass, you now own a full one-day pass. If you bought a three-session pass or a VIP pass, you now own a 3-day weekend pass, or a 3-day weekend VIP ticket.
Three-day passes are available for $90 and one-day passes range from $35–$45. There are a limited number of VIP tickets still available. Check out guests, schedules, and more information about ticket packages at www.comicconla.com.