For the people who believe that good weather and pop culture conventions should always go hand in hand, Florida Supercon is the place to be. Panels, artists alley... the sun. It's all there at the annual Miami-based pop culture convention. And we're happy to announce that next year, Florida Supercon will take place July 12 - 14.
Yes, Florida Supercon will be returning to Miami on July 12 - 14, 2024. But for those of you who aren't ready to wait an entire year to get your Supercon fix, don't worry.
Popverse will be at this year's Florida Supercon, and we are filming several of the panels including those with the cast of Our Flag Means Death, The Boys, Chainsaw Man, and Jujutsu Kaisen. Go here for our complete guide to the Florida Supercon 2023 coverage.
While there are no announced conventions clashing with next year's Florida Supercon dates so far, there are some educated guesses floating out there saying that San Diego Comic Con might be taking place the very next week July 17-24. So make sure to book your plane tickets early if you plan on going to both.
Florida Supercon is a pop culture convention that has been running annually in the Miami/Ft. Lauderdale area since 2006 (with the exception of a 2020 cancelation due to COVID-19). Originally launched as a comic book-centric comic book convention, over the years it has grown to be more of a anime/manga and general pop culture show, although comics remain a significant part of the show.
Florida Supercon is owned by ReedPop, who in addition to owning other major US conventions such as New York Comic Con, C2E2, and Emerald City Comicon, also owns Popverse.
Keep track of this and all the other events with our comprehensive comic con schedule.