Just a reminder Furry Times and GFTV are the only sources that will keep you updated as this COVID-19 Pandemic continues about your favorite Furry Conventions.
Kemoket which takes place in Japan around April has been canceled to next year.
Kemo Ket 9 (scheduled to be held on April 29) will be canceled based on the current situation of the spread of the new coronavirus.
We deeply apologize to everyone who was looking forward to the event.
We apologize for the announcement that was held less than one month after the event.
The Beaverton is reporting that Health Canada has given an OKAY for now for Fur Cons to take place.
“It is essential right now that Canadians stay home and practice social distancing,” stated Minister of Health Patty Hajdu. “Unless those Canadians are wearing anthropomorphic fursuits covering their body, face and hands, in which case go nuts I guess.”
What does this mean to those who attend these conventions? We will have to wait and see.
Just The Fur Weekend has finally made a decision
The Just Fur The Weekend team has been able to work through most of the ramifications caused by the cancellation of JFTW 2020, due to the U.K. government’s recent lockdown announcement.
We want to give you as many details as possible, now that we’ve received clarification from the venue and the analysis from our finance team. In order:
- The date of the new con is April 2nd to April 4th, 2021. Our Guests of Honor including the charity have also confirmed their attendance.
Cabincon which takes places in Scarbourgh North Bay, Australia has made their decision regrading the pandemic
Cabincon 2020 is cancelled due to COVID-19
This is a message I never thought I’d have to write just three weeks ago. Heck, even a week ago I was hopeful that things might be okay by July. However, with everything going on due to the coronavirus, we’ve had to take the incredibly difficult decision to cancel Cabincon 2020.
City Fur which would be held in June has been canceled the full report can be found in the video below (It’s in Spanish).
WUFF which is held is Lviv, Ukraine recently announced
Last year, unstable political situation in the country forced us to postpone WUFF for a year.
And even though we were very upset about it, we pulled ourselves together and set a goal to not waste any time and spend it on preparations for WUFF 2020.
We worked hard, set a new record for registration time and you know what? It was AWESOME!
We have also created lots of parties and competitions, bought prizes and different merch, we have done everything to make WUFF as fiery as never before, but it looks like the universe wants us to spend additional year to make an unbelievable convention!
Yes, we’re postponing WUFF till 2021.
There is always one main goal for our staff team – our participants should have fun, feel themselves comfortable and safe. And sadly this year we cannot guarantee safety to you our beloved attendees.
We want to give our sincere apologies to all attendees who were waiting and still hoping… We have tried to make it happen till this last minute, but finally decided to make this devastating decision.
So that means on top of the war with Russia they too have to deal with the virus.
Aurawra Sydney own Homegrown Furcon announces postponement
First and foremost, we’d like to thank all of you for your patience and support through these uncertain times.
Australia and the rest of the world are currently facing a terrifying and difficult challenge in containing this pandemic, but the kind and supportive words we’ve received from many of you have been a relief to our staff.
In the interest of the health and safety of all our community, we have decided to postpone the inaugural Aurawra Convention until July 23rd – 25th, 2021.
As excited as we are to host a great event for you all, the current state of the pandemic has proven unpredictable. We consider your well-being our top priority and we don’t want to have to disappoint you with a short notice cancellation.
Wild Nights Furcon which was supposed to take place on April 23-27 this year in Wilburton, OK USA has officially postponed this years convention to next year.
Wild Nights 2020 POSTPONED
Wild Nights 2020 has been officially postponed until 2021. After an emergency business meeting the decision was made to postpone Wild Nights until next year, due to the COVID-19 outbreak. These are events that are beyond our control.
The organization will be getting a refund of our deposit from the park. Having the event this year was not possible; the Oklahoma Parks department is not allowing any gathering of more than 10 people in keeping with CDC recommendations.
We’re doing this as a ‘postponement’ instead of as a ‘cancellation’ because otherwise, by our Bylaws/rules, we would have to elect new Members at Large and appoint Event Directors, etc. By handling it as a cancellation, all those folks stay in their positions. Officers, however, will need to be re-elected, and nominations are now open for them on the business forum.
What if I’ve pre-registered?
Confuzzled released a statement on March 20 is a clear example of what cons are currently facing. A combo of government regs and their own finances.