Creation Entertainment’s ‘Supernatural’ San Francisco Convention Gets a New Date

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The San Francisco Supernatural convention is one of the many Creation entertainment events that had to be postponed. Originally scheduled for the end of June,  Creation has set a new date for the convention. It will now be held January 29-31, 2021.

The event remains at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport. Ticket holders have been notified via email of the change. The deadline to request a refund was May 20, 2020 and if a request for a refund was not made, admission passes and a la carte photo op and autograph tickets will be transferred to the new date.

Ticket sales are once again available on the Creation Entertainment Supernatural San Francisco website. All previously announced guests have also been confirmed for the new date. Guests for San Francisco include: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Alexander Calvert, Jim Beaver, Mark Pellegrino, Ruth Connell, Rob Benedict, Richard Speight, Jr., Matt Cohen, Briana Buckmaster, Kim Rhodes, Adam Fergus, David Haydn-Jones, Chad Lindberg, Rachel Miner, Jason Manns, and house band Louden Swain.

Pajama Party, Dinner with Davey, Ruth’s Witching Hour, Director Dick Chat, Mann’s Cave, Makeup 101, Jewelry Making, Photography Q&A with Chris Schmelke, and Saturday Night Special tickets are all also available on the website.

Creation is also continuing with screenings of fan favorite Supernatural episodes as part of their Retrospective Series. San Francisco will screen “Mystery Spot” from season 3, with the screening set to take place on Friday, January 29. These screenings are free and you do not need to have a convention pass to attend.

Be sure to stay updated on any other changes and announcements for all Creation events on their website and their Twitter.

Natasha

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Natasha is a preschool teacher and single mother of an equally geeky little boy. In her spare time; she is pursuing her English degree, writing (fanfic mostly), and creating art. She dabbles in photography and can be found traveling for shows and cons. Natasha loves all things Supernatural, Kings Of Con, Louden Swain, and The Station Breaks. Really, that’s literally all she ever talks about. Find her on Twitter @NatashaCole or Instagram @natashacole_art.

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