‘Supernatural’ Nashville Convention Postponed to 2021

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What was to be the first convention back on the circuit in August for Supernatural, has now been postponed to April 9-11, 2021 by Creation Entertainment. It was announced today the Nashville show, which was originally scheduled for April 2020 and postponed to August, would be moved to next year due to COVID-19 safety.

As COVID-19 safety protocols remain in place, our top priority is to keep our guests, attendees and staff healthy and safe, as well as give everyone the very best Supernatural experience they’ve come to expect. While we had hoped that our Official Supernatural Convention in Nashville this August could take place, we must again postpone the show.

It was just a couple weeks ago that new ticket packages and guests were announced for New Jersey and Vancouver of this year, while we hope they may continue, the safety of everyone involved is also important. Tickets are still on sale for Nashville and other shows in the meantime in the hope that at some point, the show will indeed go on. Follow Creation Entertainment for further updates.

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