Coming This Fall to a
Screen Near You
"You have to take care of each other. You have to be strong . . . The hardest thing in this world is to live in it. Be brave. Live. For me."
Delivering an intimate and affordable fan weekend has always been a labor of love for us and our WhedonCon Team had been looking forward to making HalloWhedonCon the best event yet. However, faced with unprecedented times, we have been forced to make a difficult decision regarding our plans for the Fall of 2020.
Given the protective restrictions in Los Angeles County, including travel restrictions, caps on the size of gatherings, and other social distancing measures, we can no longer create an event which maintains the level of intimacy and excitement our attendees have come to expect and deserve. Coupled with the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19 in the fall, we have reluctantly decided not to proceed with HalloWhedonCon as an in-person event.
Rather than dwell in disappointment, our team has rallied around the idea of organizing an affordable online fan event in October to raise funds for our charities, the Los Angeles LBGT Center and the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center.
The Con Committee treasures our wonderful attendees, amazing guests and vendors, and our dedicated volunteer team and look forward to the day we can safely gather together. After a year of social distancing, we know that WhedonCon 2021 will be a time of joy, comradery, and celebration. We truly hope to see you all in June. Until then, Keep Flying!
"If Nothing We Do Matters, Then All That Matters Is What We Do"
People shouldn't suffer as they do. Because, if there's no bigger meaning, then the smallest act of kindness is the
greatest thing in the world." - Angel the Series: Epiphany
WhedonCon is a Whedonverse convention, designed by fans for fans, with the aim of harnessing the power of fandom
to raise money for charities while creating a fun, interactive environment for attendees and guests.
A Portion of 2020 Event Proceeds Go To
Los Angeles LGBT Center which since 1969 has led the fight for the most vulnerable within the diverse LGBT+ community by providing programs spanning from housing, medical care, advocacy, community, and education.
In Memory of Ron Glass, the Ron Glass Memorial Scholarship at the Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center, a youth center that since 1989 provides a neighborhood approach to the revitalization and empowerment of a community in crisis. A safe and nurturing environment committed to good citizenship and academic excellence by providing free after school & low-cost summer programs for boys and girls in grades 3-12.