BravoCon Not Returning Until 2025: Here's Everything We Know So Far

The major Bravo event will return to Las Vegas Nov. 14-16, 2025.

Bravo fans will not be flocking to Las Vegas this year for BravoCon as the event is taking a one-year hiatus.

On Wednesday, the network announced that it will skip this year and plans to return to Sin City Nov. 14-16, 2025, at Caesars Forum. 

Although the event isn't happening, Bravo plans to have smaller gatherings for fans throughout the year, announcing "Watch Party by Bravo," which will take place in New York City and Los Angeles and allow "Bravoholics to get up close and personal with their favorite Bravo stars and celebrate their passionate fandom," according to a press release by the network. 

Bravo moved the massive event from New York City to Las Vegas in 2023 after the celebratory weekend outgrew the NYC venue. 

Andy Cohen spoke to ET at BravoCon 2023 and offered some intriguing details on whether fans can expect any new Housewives series in the future.

Andy Cohen at BravoCon - Charles Sykes / Bravo via Getty Images

Cohen has been a pivotal figure in the world of reality television, thanks to his role as the executive producer of the Real Housewives series and the host of the reunion specials. 

As for the potential for more Real Housewives shows, Cohen said that he thinks it's OK to take a beat and stick with the numerous shows already in production. 

Panel event at BravoCon - Scott Gries / Bravo via Getty Images

"Every time Bravo calls and says, 'What do you think about developing here or there?' I do feel like we're very good right now," he said, laughing.  

"You might laugh at me if I say we don't want to oversaturate the market because there are 10," Cohen joked. "I think we're very good right now. It's a good moment in Housewives world."