BravoCon is a no-go for the second year in a row.
On Monday, Bravo announced that it was canceling BravoCon for 2021 due to the rising numbers of COVID-19 outbreaks across the country and the quickly spreading Delta variant.
“Out of an abundance of caution, we are postponing BravoCon 2021 until next year,” the network shared.
“We are just as disappointed as our loyal fans to have to cancel this year’s event, but health and safety are our top priorities. We look forward to celebrating #BravoCon 2022 together,” the network continued.
Bravolebs, including Kyle Richards and Crystal Minkoff of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, rallied around Bravo’s decision.
“Proud to work with a company committed to doing their part,” Crystal wrote while Kyle added, “I will miss seeing everyone but appreciate thinking of everyone’s safety first. See you in 2022!”
Andy Cohen commiserated with fans after the postponement of BravoCon while also teasing the awesome plans Bravo had instore for the event.
“The plans were incredible, ambitious, and would’ve made all very happy…. and now we must wait until 2022!!! Be safe, everyone,” Andy wrote via Twitter on Monday, August 9.
The first BravoCon was held in November 2019 with 10,000 attendees. The convention featured over 90 Bravolebs from various shows and franchises.
The three-day event offered tea-spilling panels, Instagram-worthy photo opportunities, exclusive content, shopping, live performances, meet and greets, and more.