If you’re looking for a distraction from the current state of the world, hopefully this can help. While the Phoenix Fan Fusion website says the schedule is coming soon, if you’ve got the app, you can start looking now! Keep in mind a few things: This is not the full schedule (no media guest panels listed yet) and everything listed is subject to change.
The convention also recently addressed the COVID-19 pandemic and how it could impact the the convention which is currently scheduled to take place May 21 – 24 at the Phoenix Convention Center.
“Dear Fans & Friends,
As news continues to develop about COVID-19, we know many of you have concerns. We want you to know that we share those concerns for the health, safety, and well-being of all of our fans, exhibitors, sponsors, partners, staff, crew members, and their families.
We have been in contact with Phoenix Convention Center and city officials and we are closely monitoring all updates to the situation. We will continue to update you as quickly and as transparently as possible as things continue to develop.
Fan Fusion is still more than two months away and to speculate on any potential changes to the event at this time would be premature. With diligence and concern for all involved, we will continue to make the best decisions for a safe and enjoyable event for all involved. We have new guest announcements this week, the panel & event schedule will be available very soon, and we have a few surprises coming for you in the next few weeks.
We thank you for your patience and understanding as we all navigate this together. And we thank you for being part of our story.
Phoenix Fan Fusion Staff”
You can find that statement posted on the Phoenix Fan Fusion website. While some events that take place in May or June (such as E3) have already cancelled, no one truly knows what things will be like in two months. Make sure to follow on Twitter for more updates.