We knew Star Wars Celebration was coming next year. We have the details on dates and what we might see at the show in 2020.
As we are finally coming down from the euphoria from the last Star Wars Celebration, the details of next year’s event has been revealed.
Star Wars Celebration 2020 will take place August 27-30 in Anaheim — which just happens to be home of Galaxy’s Edge.
More from Star Wars Celebration
- Diary of a first-time Star Wars Celebration attendee
- Every Star Wars project still in development
- The opening crawl is coming back to Star Wars movies
- Dave Filoni consulted Heir To The Empire author about Thrawn
- New Ahsoka trailer reveals live-action Thrawn
Tickets go on sale on June 21 at 9 a.m. PT, according to StarWars.com.
This past Star Wars Celebration was exactly what fans needed. It brought together new and old fans, gave us insight into upcoming releases such as Star Wars: Episode IX, and The Mandalorian, and also brought so many memories.
Some of the highlights from the 2019 event included:
Star Wars: Episode IX teaser trailer: The trailer gave us a sneak peek that didn’t answer too many questions, but it also showed us Leia and a title for the forthcoming movie.
The Mandalorian: We got a sneak peek and look behind-the-scenes of The Mandalorian.
Clone Wars Season 7 look: Star Wars gave us a look at The Clone Wars upcoming season that will be on Disney+.
Star Wars Resistance Season 2 sneak peek: Yes, there were a lot of sneak peeks and Star Wars Resistance was no different.
Celebration 2020 will likely offer plenty of the same, but in this case there might be more look backs than looking forward. With The Rise of Skywalker wrapping up and The Mandalorian having completed its first season, there will be a lot of chatter around these two.
But then we also have the Cassian Andor series and an untitled third series coming to Disney+. Plus, those mysterious movies starting in 2022.
Star Wars Celebration 2020 will be another can’t-miss event.
What are you most looking forward to for Celebration 2020?