BravoCon 2023 is Heading to Las Vegas: “You Can Bet This Will Be The Best BravoCon Yet”

“Just kidding! We’re filming everything…”

BravoCon is heading west for one wild weekend in Sin City!  

The third annual event celebrating all things Bravo will be held November 3-5 in Las Vegas, Nevada, with the Caesars Forum serving as the main base for convention festivities. 

After debuting in New York City in 2019, BravoCon was postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic; however, the event returned in 2022 (held for the second time in New York City’s Javits Center) to a record-breaking turnout of Bravoholics and Bravolebs alike, ET reports. 

“BravoCon is about celebrating our Bravoholics, whose impassioned commitment and loyalty continue to raise the bar on what it means to be a fan,” Ellen Stone, EVP, Consumer Engagement & Brand Strategy, NBCUniversal said in a press release Tuesday. “In fact, their invaluable insight and devoted engagement drives us to come back stronger and smarter. You can bet this will be the best BravoCon yet.” 

We think it’s safe to assume these two won’t be among the main promoters for this year’s event.

On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, host Andy Cohen told fans the 2023 event is “sure to be the best BravoCon yet.” Andy also confirmed there will be special episodes of ‘WWHL’ taped at the event, giving Bravo fans who won’t be traveling to attend this year’s festivities something to look forward to, as well. 

“It’s gonna be so fun!” Andy said, before encouraging Bravoholics to “book your hotels now” at one of the three official event hotels– Caesars Palace, Harrah’s and The LINQ.

As you may recall, there were five tapings of ‘WWHL’ that took place during last year’s BravoCon, along with more than 60 other live events, as well as the first-ever WWHL Presents: Andy’s Legends Ball, an event that honored some of the best and most jaw-dropping moments and people in Bravo history.

Information on purchasing tickets for BravoCon 2023 and additional details on the event itself are forthcoming, though Bravoholics should prepare to act fast once ticket sales begin, as BravoCon 2019 sold out in less than one minute.

While ticket prices have yet to be revealed, a three-day General Admission Ticket to BravoCon 2022 was priced at a cool $430; the VIP Bravoholic package set fans back $825; high rollers dropped $1,950 for the SVIP Future Bravoleb package.

Click here for updates on BravoCon 2023 as they become available! 

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2 Responses

  1. I don’t watch enough of these shows anymore but I used to think it would be fun to go to this, but I’d only admit that to you guys. :p

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