Disney Announces In-Person D23 Expo Dates for 2022

Disney has announced that D23 Expo, its ultimate Disney fan event, will return with fans in attendance at the Anaheim Convention Center on Sept. 9-11, 2022.

"An update regarding #D23Expo: The Ultimate Disney Fan Event," a tweet from the official Disney D23 Expo Twitter account reads. The full official statement can be found below.

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The statement ends with, "D23 Expo 2022 will be a celebration unlike any other, as we give fans a first look at the incredible plans for the 100th anniversary of The Walt Disney Company."

D23 Expo is a bi-annual event that celebrates all the magic, wonder and adventure that Disney has to offer. The fan event last took place Aug. 23-25 in 2019, with the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic altering schedules for many high-volume attendance activities. Star Wars Celebration, another big event that assembles Star Wars' many legions of fans, along with and D23 Expo were both delayed until 2022, though the news that fans will be welcomed back will come as a surprise to many. Star Wars Celebration will be held in Anaheim on August 18-21, 2022.

D23 Expo returns to the Anaheim Convention Center on Sept. 9-11, 2022.

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Source: Twitter

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