Our 5th Annual Convention Is July 20th-21st, 2019

Thank you for joining us in July 2019 at our new venue, the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre!

We are proud to announce that we raised $714 from our charity auction for Sistering, supported by an additional $100 donation by Pretty Heroes.

Celebrate with Us Again in July 2020 and Meet Our Fantastic Guests!

Our Facebook event page for 2020 will be launched soon. Please stay tuned for more updates on when attendee ticket sales will open (tentatively December 2019), when dealer reservations are available (please check back in November 2019), as well as announcements of guests and attractions we are planning for our next convention.

Please refer to this website and our announcements on our official social media pages for details. We cannot reliably respond to social media direct messages for items that will be announced soon as it can delay our announcements.


Please Stay Tuned for More Announcements!


We first started as the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration. Now we’re continuing our journey to incorporate even more girl power to meet the demands of fans in Toronto and Canada. We are the first (and currently only) girl power fandom convention in Canada.

Our convention name is a nod to our roots as a Pretty Guardian Sailor Moon convention. We also interpret “pretty” in a myriad of ways that are not restrictive to physical appearance; including the beauty of spirit, mind, and compassion that we see in many inspirational female characters.

We want to encourage everyone to pursue their dreams and define what being a hero means for them. If you enjoy narratives featuring strong female characters – you will find a positive, welcoming space at our events.

More information about our events from 2015-2017 are available at SailorMoonCelebration.com

Check out the official Pretty Heroes page on Facebook for the latest updates including future guest announcements and ongoing appearances where you can meet our team!

We hope to see you at our next convention in July 2020
at the Japanese Canadian Cultural Centre!

This event is focused on strong female characters, the characters who support them, and real-life inspirational women because
Every Girl Can Be a Hero.

This website features duplicated content from the official Pretty Heroes website and may not be as up to date as that website. Please always check the Pretty Heroes website for the latest information on the Pretty Heroes convention (formerly the Toronto Sailor Moon Celebration).