Keystone Comic Con 2020 has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic

Another cancellation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

This time it is Philadelphia's Keystone Comic Con that was scheduled to be at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

In an email and social media post from the promoters:

To our community,

We know how memorable Keystone Comic Con was last year and how excited our fans, exhibitors and staff were to do it again this August. As much as we looked forward to seeing you for our third year, the safety of everyone at our shows is our absolute priority and comes first before everything else.

Because of this, and after many discussions with the convention center and local partners, we have made the difficult yet necessary decision to cancel Keystone Comic Con 2020.

All tickets and merchandise purchased for the 2020 event will be automatically refunded by June 29, 2020; no action is needed on your part.

Although the physical show is cancelled, Keystone Comic Con is still here! We will celebrate what we love together online in August. We will be putting on a digital event to support exhibitors and connect fans with as many of the artists, creators, guests, fandoms and communities as possible. For more information on what is available digitally, and to stay connected to your geek community, keep up with Keystone Comic Con’s social channels and

Thank you for sticking with us. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Stay safe, stay healthy and take care of yourselves and each other. We’ll see you in August for our digital celebration!


The Keystone Team

This year, some of the guests included a reunion of the entire cast of Boy Meets World.

Here's the Keystone in 2021!

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