Andy Cohen Says He Doesn't Know Where BravoCon 2025 Will Be — but the Venue Has Already Been Announced

The 'Watch What Happens Live' host said he hopes BravoCon will take place in Las Vegas again

<p>Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images</p> Andy Cohen attends a Tribeca Talks event in New York on June 12, 2024

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Andy Cohen attends a Tribeca Talks event in New York on June 12, 2024

Although BravoCon is not happening in 2024, Andy Cohen hopes that next year's event will take place in Las Vegas when it's back up and running again.

On Wednesday, June 12, the Watch What Happens Live host joined his friend, Anderson Cooper, onstage at the BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center in New York City for a Tribeca Talks event. During their Storytellers discussion, Cohen, 56, spoke about what’s next for the Bravo-centric fan convention.

“We're going to do it next year. I'm so excited,” Cohen told Cooper, 57. “I hope it's in Vegas, but I don't know where it's going to be. We were in Vegas last year.”

While Cohen was seemingly unsure about its location, the network announced in April that the BravoCon will be returning to the Caesars Forum in Las Vegas from Nov. 14 to Nov. 16, 2025.

<p>Ralph Bavaro/Bravo via Getty</p> Andy Cohen at BravoCon 2023

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Andy Cohen at BravoCon 2023

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“It was such a huge endeavor and so much,” Cohen said, explaining to Cooper about why BravoCon was "kind of on pause." He added, “It just felt like too soon to do it again this year.” 

The first BravoCon took place in November 2019 in N.Y.C. It was held in Las Vegas for the first time in 2023.

Previous BravoCons have included interactive fan experiences, photo ops, meet and greets and panel discussions with personalities from hit shows, such as the Below Deck series, The Real Housewives franchise, Top Chef and Vanderpump Rules. The event has also included special tapings of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen for fans to attend as well.

<p>Ralph Bavaro/Bravo</p> Andy Cohen at BravoCon 2023

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Andy Cohen at BravoCon 2023

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In lieu of the 2024 convention, Bravo said in a press release that it "will roll out even more opportunities throughout 2024 for Bravoholics to get up close and personal with their favorite Bravo stars," with a Watch Party by Bravo being the first in a series of upcoming events taking place N.Y.C. and Los Angeles.   

The network hosted the first official Watch Party by Bravo event on May 28 in both cities, where Bravo fans got an exclusive sneak peek of the Summer House finale, season 2 of The Real Housewives of Dubai and season 14 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

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According to Bravo, additional Watch Party events will be announced and that they will offer fans “advance screenings and exclusive sneak peeks of the network’s buzziest and most anticipated shows.”

While ticket information and additional details about BravoCon 2025 have yet to be announced, fans are able to sign up for exclusive updates and announcements by texting “BravoCon25” to (917) 809-2240, or by becoming a Bravo Insider.

Fans are able to book their hotel accommodations with Bravo's hotel partners Caesars Palace, Harrah’s and the Linq. To book, fans can visit passkey’s website or call (888) 458-8471 and mention the group name “BravoCon 2025.”

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