March 17 - 19, 2017
Weekend Admission Prices
|Preregistration||At the Door|
|Couples and Families||$40||$50|
Registration is now closed. You can still register at the door during the event. Hope to see you at TGD XII!
Early Bird Special #1 and 2 are now fully subscribed!
If you are attempting to register as a free membership connected with someone that already qualified for the early bird special, please email us and we will help you register for that space!
We look forward to gaming with you at TGD XII!
The Fine Print about the Hotel Rates
The base price of the hotel room is $127/night. In addition to that charge, each room is assessed sales and occupancy taxes.
Reservations must be canceled three days prior to the event to avoid being charged.
Parking is available on the hotel grounds and is free.
If you have any problems or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Tennessee Game Days Policies
Tennessee Game Days weekends are always a fun way to relax with friends and enjoy some great board and card games. We just have a few guidelines we ask all our attendees to abide by to make the weekend run smoothly.
Food / Drink - We will not be selling snacks or drinks at this year's event. We will be selling box lunches on site on Friday and Saturday so that you can keep gaming without a long meal break! There are a few dining options at the hotel and a large amount a short drive away. If you bring food or drinks into the event, please be careful around the gaming tables. Nothing kills a great game quicker than being flooded with cola. Please keep drinks away from games or use a container with a cap or lid.
Smoking / Alcohol - Our event is smoke free (and drug free as well if anyone needs that spelled out). Smoking can be done outside the building, but under state law (TCA Section 39-17-1804), you need to be far enough away from the building that smoke doesn't waft back into the facility. Attendees that purchase an alcoholic beverage at the hotel bar are welcome to enjoy them while gaming but no outside alcohol can be brought into the venue. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
Costumes / Cosplay - There are no formal cosplay events at Tennessee Game Days, nor is it a part of our program. We have had people wear a funny hat or a fancy outfit, but not anything that would be defined as cosplay in the traditional sense. In addition, our event insurance requires that we not allow mock weapons or masks or face disguising costumes. If you are looking for an event that has a cosplay element, this isn't it.
Photos - Throughout the weekend, we will be taking photographs to use on this site as promotion or to share with our sponsors so they can see their donations in action. Attending the event is consent to your image being used in this manner.
Games - In addition to our Gaming Library, attendees usually bring along games to share with fellow gamers. Please be respectful of any games that you play and treat them with care. At our events, people are used to perusing stacks of games that people have left around the perimeter of the hall and borrowing any game that looks interesting. Put something in your games to identify them as yours in case they wind up in the wrong stack.
If you would rather people not play your games without your permission, there will be places to store games that are marked as such (or consider keeping them in your room until your ready to play them). Finally, if you borrow someone's game to play, treat it even better than you would your own, double check that all the components are back in the box at game's end, and make sure it gets back to its proper place.
Kids - Anyone 18 years old or under must be accompanied by an adult to attend the event. Any gamer that has the attention span and ability to understand the objectives of the game is definitely welcome. You know your child and his or her abilities and limitations best. That being said, Tennessee Game Days weekend is probably not the best place to break in toddlers and young gamers on Gulo, Gulo and other great kids games. While I'm sure my four year old will stop by for a brief visit to see "all the gamers", he is still five or six years away from being a regular attendee. We've had babies in attendance before and it hasn't been a problem, but again you know your child best - if they don't like loud, noisy places, then you might want to consider inviting the in-laws over or hiring a sitter.
To further help facilitate younger gamers, we also have a "Kid's Corner." It is an area with a couple tables for younger gamers (6-10 year olds) to play games that are freely available for them to use and return. If you child wants to play a game from the main gaming library, we are going to ask that (1) you check that game out for them and (2) play that game with your child or have them play at the table next to you. We think these few simple guidelines will make things go smoothly for all.
Have fun - Most importantly have fun - meet some new people, try a new game, play something you haven't had a chance to in a while. Whatever you do, have fun doing it!