COVID-19 Update – April 2021 (New update coming soon)

Following the advice of industry, government, and health authorities, we are planning Rose City Comic Con as an in-person event this September. We do not want to dismiss the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to be a severe medical issue, and we wish to thank all the doctors, nurses, and scientists who have fought against it for a solid year. And it is because of this hard work and the growing success of vaccination programs that we believe the world will be a healthier place by fall.

We are hopeful to bring fans together again to celebrate our community at Rose City Comic Con, and we are working closely with the Oregon Convention Center and local officials to adhere to the most up-to-date safety technologies and recommendations.

As part of this, the Rose City Comic Con team has made the following changes to RCCC’s tickets this year…

Only Single Day Tickets Available – To better manage the number of fans coming each day, only single day tickets are now available. If you had previously purchased a 3-Day, Premium, or Fast Pass, your ticket will absolutely be honored all three days of RCCC, but for all new ticket sales going forward, only individual day tickets will be available.

COVID Cleaning Fee – All ticket sales now include a COVID Cleaning Fee that will be used to help with new cleaning and safety measures across the building.

No On Site Ticket Sales – All tickets for Rose City Comic Con will be mailed this year, and we do not expect to sell tickets at the door.

Masks Required – At this time, masks must be worn at all times inside the Oregon Convention Center. Some celebrities are permitting maskless photo ops, but masks must be put back on immediately following. Celebrity preferences are listed individually on the Epic Photo Ops page launching July 20th at 10:00 AM PDT.

We know these changes will impact how many fans enjoy Rose City Comic Con, and please understand all are the direct result of altering the show in accordance with safety guidelines. We do not expect these changes to extend beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope to be back to normal next year, and by making these changes for 2021, we believe we can assure the safest and enjoyable convention experience this September.

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We look forward to gathering again soon, even if it may be a little different this year. Until then, please continue to stay safe, wear a mask, and get vaccinated when you can.

We look forward to seeing you at Rose City Comic Con this year.