Mysterium 2021 Update

Hello! We have a few updates to share, and we’d really like to hear from you as well. Read on for more information.

Registration Flexibility

While things are finally looking better, we are still not out of the woods when it comes to COVID-19. Due to some continuing uncertainty and to allow people more flexibility, we have shortened the normal 90-day cancellation policy for Mysterium refunds to 45 days. Any registration canceled at least 45 days prior to July 16 will receive a full refund.

Survey

Also with regard to the pandemic, we have put together a brief survey to gauge how people are feeling about this year’s convention. We know we have gotten a bit long-winded with surveys in the past, but we promise this one is really short: it should only take about a minute. Please fill it out by April 4 as it will help us make everyone feel safe this Summer. The survey can be found by clicking here.

Reminders

Location bids for Mysterium 2022 are still open until April 1. See our Location Bidding page for more information. We are also still accepting submissions for events, activity book pages, and the writing and artwork table for this year’s convention. See our Submissions page for details.

We hope you are all still staying safe and look forward to getting together this summer.

– Mysterium 2021 Co-Chairs: Capella and Dan

Posted in Mysterium 2021, News.

2 Comments

  1. Will there be some online elements so that those who are still uncomfortable with travel (or still have local advisories in place) can still have some fun and participation from afar? If so, will there be a reduced or waived price for “remote attendance”?

    • Hi, Hayley: At this time, we’re planning to have the same level of online engagement as previous on-site years, hotel Internet-willing – take a look at the Mysterium YouTube for an idea of what we’ve been able to provide.

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