Lions Clubs International has held more than 100 international conventions dating back to 1917. Many cities far and wide have hosted LCICon some more than once. See a list of all convention host locations.

Future Conventions

Plans are well underway for future international conventions. Follow the link to learn more about each future convention destination.

June 21-25, 2024

Melbourne, Australia: With Melbourne’s combination of world-class dining, art galleries, homegrown fashion and a packed sports calendar, it’s no surprise that Victoria’s capital is regarded as the world’s most livable city. The center of Melbourne is threaded with cobbled laneways, which have become a mecca for coffee shops, cafés and unique shopping boutiques. Start at Flinders Street Station, wander down to Degraves Street and explore the city’s beautiful arcades with street art around every corner.

July 4-8, 2025

Mexico City, Mexico: Mexico is currently the sixth most visited country in the world, welcoming more than 39 million international visitors each year. Mexico City is a busy modern city with a rich heritage dating back 30 centuries! The historic city center has a pyramid, an ancient castle and fort and many museums to celebrate and display the culture. Mexico is also an excellent touristic destination, with more than 6,000 miles of coastline, 35 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the world’s most dazzling assortment of resorts, 28 World Cultural Heritage Sites and 187 archaeological sites, a vibrant, indigenous culture and a 300-year Spanish/European Colonial legacy. Mexico is unparalleled in diversity, hospitality and the quality of its visitor experience.

July 3-7, 2026

Atlanta, Georgia, USA: Atlanta is home to the busiest airport in the world welcoming more than one million international visitors each year. Centennial Olympic Park is Downtown’s centerpiece and is anchored by the Fountain of Rings, an everlasting reminder of the 1996 Summer Olympic Games, with the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame and The National Center for Civil and Human Rights just next door. Atlanta’s rich history comes to life in its Sweet Auburn Historic District, as the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historical Park and Ebenezer Baptist Church are located within the district. Chef-run restaurants dish up modern American cuisine in strikingly beautiful spaces while locally-owned craft breweries sprinkle the city, creating an unofficial ale trail for visitors to enjoy. Atlanta sits at the intersection of Southern charm, creativity and sophistication. From arts and culture to music and cuisine, the city is full of multicultural opportunities for everyone.

July 2-6, 2027

Washington, DC, USA: From monuments and memorials to vibrant neighborhoods filled with character and charm, Washington, DC is a memorable, world-class destination filled with breathtaking views, unique venues, award-winning hotels and hundreds of free things to do. There’s no shortage of entertainment, from outstanding shopping to the wonders of free museums to can’t-miss theater and outdoor playgrounds like Rock Creek Park. DC’s renowned dining scene is filled with culinary talent and variety, a fact proven by annual Michelin Guide treatment. The USA’s capital city also offers unique cultural diversity, pairing international influence with a distinct local identity. It’s easy to access and navigate through three airports. Traversing the district is simple, whether by foot, via bike rental with Capital Bikeshare or through the city’s efficient Metrorail system. Washington, DC is a must-see destination for an unforgettable visit.

June 23-27, 2028

Singapore: This city-state and island country is one of the must-see cities of the world, with its blend of Asian and European cultures and graceful colonial buildings that blend well with century-old markets and modern architecture. Singapore is a multicultural kaleidoscope; its collage of cultures represents four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil. Although Singapore is among the 20 smallest countries in the world, it is also second to the most densely populated in the world with 6,400 people per square kilometer. This amazing city-state offers a fantasy Merlion as its symbol, wondrous nature parks and the earth’s first night zoo/safari. The 111th annual convention is not to be missed!