Eurocon

Eurocon is an annual SF convention held in Europe. It is a rotating European convention which run by the European Science Fiction Society and is selected at the previous event by national delegations in a sort-of Cold War hangover.

The first Eurocon was held in Trieste, Italy, in 1972. If the convention did not have another name, its often not clear whether it was call Eurocon X or Eurocon YEAR.

ESFS Eurocon page

Wikipedia page

Eurocon 1994/95 conrep

A Decade of Eurocons 1995 - 2005

# Date Location Convention
1 1972 Trieste, Italy Eurocon 1
2 1974 France Eurocon 2
3 1976 Voivody Pozman, Poland Eurocon 3
4 1978 Belgium Eurocon 4
5 May 1-4, 1980 Stresa, Italy Eurocon 5
6 1982 West Germany Eurocon 6
7 1983 Yugoslavia Eurocon 7
8 1984 UK Seacon '84
9 1986 Yugoslavia Ballcon
10 1987 France Eurocon 1987
11 1988 Hungary Eurocon 1988
12 1989 San Marino Eurocon 1989
13 1990 France Eurocon 1990
14 1991 Poland Cracon
15 1992 Germany FreuCon XII
16 1993 UK Helicon
17 1994 Romania Eurocon 1994
18 1995 UK Intersection
19 1996 Lituania Lithuanicon
20 1997 Ireland Octocon 8
21 1999 Germany Trinity
22 2000 Poland Tricity 2000
23 2001 Romania Atlantykron
24 2002 Czech Republic Parcon 2002
25 2003 Finland Finncon 2003
26 2004 Bulgaria Bulgacon
27 2005 UK Interaction
28 2006 Ukraine Portal
29 2007 Denmark Eurocon 2007
30 2008 Moscow, Russia Eurocon 2008
31 2009 Italy Deepcon 10
32 2010 Poland and Czech Republic Polcon 2010/Parcon 2010
33 2011 Sweden Eurocon 2011
34 2012 Croatia SFeraKon
35 2013 Ukraine Eurocon 2013
36 2014 Dublin Shamrokon
37 2015 St. Petersburg, Russia Eurocon 2015
38 2016 Barcelona, Spain Bcon
39 2017 Dortmund, Germany U.con
40 2018 Amiens, France Nemo 2018
41 2019 Belfast, UK TitanCon 2019

There was a "Eurocon 7" advertised for August 10-15, 1982 at La Chaux-De-Fronds, Switzerland.


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