The free online event, taking place from 20 June to 2 July, will include virtual concerts, panels, Q&As and meet and greets.
“Through a unique mix of top creators, emerging stars, industry leaders, and insightful experts, the virtual experience will bring the best parts of the convention to its global fans on their devices.
“All tracks will be encouraged to cultivate the connections they make via VidCon Now with access to a variety of opportunities for peer-to-peer networking, small group discussions, and more,” a post on VidCon’s website reads.
For the first time ever, we are bringing the experience of VidCon wherever you are! We’re excited to bring you panels, Meet & Greets, and more! Head over to https://t.co/VwfnzSH0mR to register now! #VidConNow pic.twitter.com/GqZ0ZKGYOo
— VidCon (@VidCon) June 15, 2020
Several featured creators have already been announced as attending the online convention, including Eugene Lee Yang, Seán McLoughlin, King Russell, Rebecca Black and James Charles.
VidCon Now will have three tracks available, these being Creator, Industry and Community.
More information about the agenda and tracks can be found on VidCon’s official website.
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