The online video conference will return to Amsterdam from 22-24 March 2018.
It comes after the event made its European debut last year, which saw more than 100 featured creators from around the world appear at the RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre.
Next year’s Vidcon Europe, which will take place in venues such as the Passenger Terminal Amsterdam and the Movenpick Hotel, sees an Industry Track for business professionals and a Creator Track for ’emerging and aspirational’ online video producers and vloggers.
However, unlike last year, the Community Track will not be running at year’s event, after Vidcon officials decided that the program ‘didn’t deliver what we want to give our attendees’.
“We felt that we needed to better engage with Europe’s unique creator communities in order to create a fan experience in the future that is up to our standards,” Vidcon said in a statement.
It goes on to add that the removal of the Community Track was a ‘difficult decision’ and encouraged those looking for a similar experience to seek out other European events, such as Summer in the City, Tubecon and Playcon.
“Does this mean we’ll never have another Community Track at VidCon Europe? Not at all,” Vidcon said. “We will continue to support and be part of the broader community, but we felt the best way to do that in 2018 was to focus on enabling and empowering creators of all types and the businesses that support them.”
Tickets are on sale now, with the Creator Track priced at €149 and the Industry Track costing €519. More information about VidCon Europe can be found on their website.