BravoCon’s 2024 Hiatus Will be Followed by a 2025 Return to Las Vegas

Bravo stated on Wednesday, April 10, that the fan conference will not return in 2024 after three years in a row. Rather, it will make a comeback at Caesars Forum in Las Vegas for the weekend of November 14–16, 2025, the following year.

That does not imply that viewers who were looking for some live experiences would be disappointed. “The network will roll out even more opportunities throughout 2024 for Bravoholics to get up close and personal with their favorite Bravo stars and celebrate their passionate fandom,” Bravo announced in a press statement.

Watch Party by Bravo is the first set of events that will take place in springtime in New York and Los Angeles. Fans can look forward to  “advance screenings and exclusive sneak peeks of the network’s buzziest and most anticipated shows.” at this event.

In the next weeks, more information regarding the parties will be released. BravoCon 2025 ticket information as well as weekend specifics (such as panels and attendees) are still pending announcement.

Those who want to be the first to know about exclusive updates regarding both can sign up as Bravo Insiders or text “BravoCon25” to (917) 809-2240. They are also urged to follow the network on social media and visit

“The biggest Bravo reunion of all time,” according to the hype, usually features a star-studded lineup of reality stars, including stars from the Real Housewives and Below Deck franchises, as well as Summer House, Winter House, Southern Charm, Top Chef, Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles, Married to Medicine, Family Karma, and more.

In addition to many unique Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen tapings, the event features  “a variety of tea-spilling panels, photo ops, meet and greets, interactive experiences, immersive activations, live performances and exclusive shopping opportunities,”

BravoCon 2023 brought together over 160 Bravolebrities and 27,000 admirers in Sin City, and it was deemed an enormous success.

It was BravoCon’s first move outside of New York City. The first iteration took place in November 2019 at several locations in New York City, and the October 2022 event was hosted in the Javits Center.

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