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A small convention will be offered in sessions on Friday, April 9th and Saturday, April 10th. If the sessions fill up, we have an option to also offer additional sessions on Sunday, April 11th.
The convention is entirely indoors across multiple spaces. Under normal circumstances, this space would be equipped to hold 1600 attendees. Per hotel safety guidelines, this space can accommodate 800 persons while adhering to both state and hotel imposed social distancing guidelines. However, Wrestlecon plans to have no more than 320 people (20% capacity) in the room at any one time, including all vendors, talent, guests and staff.
Vendor tables will be spaced according to social distancing guidelines, with stanchions and floor markings used to control lines and one directional flow. Once you have passed a vendor, you must follow the flow of traffic towards the exit and circle around to visit the desired vendor.
Sessions will run from 9am-11am, 12pm-2pm, 3pm-5pm on Friday. Sessions will run 9am-11am, 12pm-2pm on Saturday. Once your session has been completed, patrons must exit the convention area to allow hotel staff ample opportunity to clean and sanitize the area before the next session.
Vendors and talent will use their discretion when interacting with fans; talent will remain masked for all interactions (including photo ops). Some talent may also be seated behind plexiglass screens depending on their personal comfort level.
Walk-up admission will only be sold for sessions that don’t sell out in advance
There will be no live wrestling events as part of Wrestlecon 2021
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