I have more appreciation for things being cancelled than I ever thought I would. Maybe it’s my fear of Covid-19, maybe it’s the fact that so many people are not taking the Delta Variant seriously, maybe it’s that I have pandemic PTSD (and yes, I know we’re still in the middle of it).
But right now, I don’t think it is the time for conventions or concerts or large gatherings. I know that people want life to go back to “normal,” but what does that mean?
The network had announced earlier this year that BravoCon was set to return this year and at the time, I admit I was excited. I wanted to go and hear all of the Bravolebrities that I love talk all about their lives and the lives that we see.
And honestly, was hoping to meet Eboni K. Williams (my new favorite NYC housewife).
But out of an abundance of caution, due to the rise of the Delta variant the network has cancelled the convention for this year.
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. https://t.co/QQHyAyRvG5 pic.twitter.com/A70ckXI92k— Bravo (@BravoTV) August 9, 2021
“Out of an abundance of caution, we are postponing BravoCon 2021 until next year,” Bravo announced on its social media platforms. “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 event was set to run in New York City from October 15-17th.