Golden State Fur Con

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Golden State Fur Con

Golden State Fur Con (GSFC) is an annual three-day furry convention held in Southern California, USA, and organized by Corgi Events. The mascots of this event were designed by Fursnickety Costumes.


Golden State Fur Con 2019[edit]

The event was first held April 19-21, 2019 at the Hilton Irvine Orange County Airport Hotel. There were 1230 attendees (including 232 in the fursuit parade) and $11,242 donated for the Judith A Bassett Canid Education and Conservation Center (JABCECC).[1]

The theme was "The Roaring Twenties", and the guests of honor were artist Pulex,[2] musicians Fox Amoore and Pepper Coyote,[3] and fursuit building studio Mischief Makers.[4]

Golden State Fur Con 2020[edit]

Golden State Fur Con 2020 was to be held April 3-5, but was postponed to August 28-30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[5], until it's eventual cancellation on June 11, 2020 due to the difficulty of having a convention at this time.[6]. Those who were not able to attend this, or any another Corgi Events con, could obtain a refund.[7]

Golden State Fur Con 2021[edit]

Golden State Fur Con 2021, slated to be held April 9-11, 2021, did not come to pass. again due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Golden State Fur Con 2022[edit]

Golden State Fur Con 2022 was held April 8-10, 2022 at the Hilton Los Angeles Airport, Los Angeles, California.


The convention offers a dealer's den, autograph sessions, concerts, dances/rave, gaming (arcade, roleplay, tabletop, trading card, video), karaoke, a fursuit parade, fursuit dance competition, charity auctions, panels, and Q&As.


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