Posted by Chris on May 3, 2013 at 08:00 AM CST
ReedPop has the next several scheduled events listed on their website, which is completely normal and nothing out of the ordinary. What might interest Star Wars fans is that they have a Star Wars Celebration listed after the 2014 C2E2 event at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL. This would mean a third trip back to Orlando and welcomed news for many of the 35,000+ attendees from Celebration V & VI. Could we get a formal announcement on May 4th? Perhaps during Celebration Europe II? The page hasn't been updated since November of 2012, so we are waiting on confirmation from LFL. Keep it locked right here for all the latest developments!

UPDATE:

As we thought might be the case, it was simply an outdated webpage and ReedPop has since updated it to simply show that indeed another Celebration is on the horizon, but no location is listed. This backs up the early rumors we heard that Celebration VII would in fact not be held in Orlando, but elsewhere this time around.
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