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SchittCon 2020

Warmest regards Schitt’s Creek fans!
Schittcon 2020 has been postponed and we are definitely not happy about it. We are however planning to reschedule when the Farewell Tour at Casino Rama is posted.

Until that time, we want to extend our best wishes to everyone around the globe and hope you all stay healthy and well now and into the future!

Looking forward to 2021! 
Please join the Facebook group but we’ll be sure to provide up-to-date information when we have it available.

Location & Accommodation

Cheaper and BETTER than a hotel, we scored great rates from a large off-season residence. Just $99-$101/night for a large Suite with 2 Bedrooms and Kitchen  (two bedrooms each with a double bed). This means you could comfortably put two couples in one suite, making it cheaper than even the cheapest roadside motel. Both bedrooms are off a living area so no gets murdered first! This complex is also where we will spend our evenings with Schitton show viewings, fun and games and all kinds of ‘Schinanigans’.

Events & Activities

Yes David, get excited! SchittCon has a full schedule planned including a group viewing party, a day trip to the area around “Schitt’s Creek”, wine tasting (where Moira shot her commercial), a farm market, and other activities in the area. Another day we’ll visit Toronto and explore the city. We have a lot of fun things planned, door prizes, a welcome bag with some nice take-home mementos and more. 


SchittCon In the News


Goodwood, Ont., becomes tourist hot spot as backdrop of Schitt’s Creek. (read more)

source ~ CBC

The Rise of ‘Schitt’s Creek’

The series is wrapping up just as it achieved something like mainstream success. For its creators and stars, that’s the perfect time to go.
(read more)

source ~ The New York Times

Schitt’s Creek diehards organize fan convention, final pilgrimage to set

The hit TV comedy is coming to an end, but the so-called SchittHeads are determined to keep its memory alive. (read more)

source ~ CBC