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The 2022-2023 Guide To Board Game Conventions

Looking to attend a board game convention? Our guide to board game conventions can help you decide what to pack, play, and pass on!

Event calendar last updated: January 29, 2023

Click here for an up to date list of worldwide board game conventions

The board gaming hobby can be quite overwhelming for a newly budding board game geek. With thousands of new games coming out each year, it can certainly be hard to jump in head first. Maybe you’ve started your own gaming community, but you want an opportunity to meet even more gamers? Maybe you’ve started to build up a collection, but you want to get to try some of the new hot games before they come out? Checking out a board game convention might be the next best step for you!

If you’re still trying to get a grasp of the hobby, that’s totally fine as well! Go ahead and check out our previous article, So you like board games… What now?, before jumping head first into the convention scene.

If you are ready to take this next step, read on! It’s the perfect time to jump aboard since we are just kicking off convention season!

What is a board game convention anyway?

Origins 2017 - Renegade Games booth
Origins 2017 – Renegade Games booth

Board game conventions come in all shapes and sizes. Some are small intimate gatherings where people marathon through games, and some are weeklong events with large dealer halls and lots of gaming events. We’ll mostly be talking about larger conventions, but before we jump in too deep, let’s take a look at what the difference is.

Small Con vs. Large Con

For the most part, gaming conventions can be put into two categories: either small conventions or large conventions. Of course, small and large can mean different things to all people, so we’ll try to distinguish that a little more.

Small/Local Conventions

Small conventions are often also called “Local Conventions.” The reason for this is that most of them simply attract a local crowd instead of drawing people in from all over the country. These conventions usually host anywhere from 200 – 5,000 attendees. Usually, they are more focused on bringing people together just to play games and often lack an exhibitor hall.

CMON Expo 2017
CMON Expo 2017

Personally, I love these kinds of conventions. With their small size, you often feel like you get to know a lot more people, especially if you come back year after year. We have a local convention called Tennessee Game Days that has grown to about 700-800 people over the years. Now that I’ve been coming for the past few, there are so many familiar faces. I even have friends in other states whom I only get to see at the convention each year. The small intimate feel is a huge perk to these local cons.

Meeple Mountain also runs Nashville Tabletop Day, a single day event in April. It’s small, but growing, with attendance nearing 500.

Large Conventions

The big conventions are always huge, vibrant, and exciting events. These can be hard to categorize because their attendance is so high in variance, but usually they host between 15,000 all the way up to 200,000 people. Most conventions that break the 15k mark of attendance will have a large dealer hall where you can buy games directly from the publishers and large event halls where you can sign up to play specific games or in tournaments. There is often not an emphasis on just playing games all day, and instead are focused on the shopping aspects, events, panels, etc. Large conventions can be quite overwhelming, so hopefully this article will help you understand them!

Gen Con 2016
Gen Con 2016

Online Board Game Conventions

Online events are on the rise! As bandwidth becomes cheaper and more reliable, more gamers are looking to save money on travel and lodging by attending online board game conventions (also called virtual board game conventions). Their numbers are small, but growing, and you can expect to see more in the coming years. If you’re not sure what to expect then make sure to check out our tips for attending an online board game convention so that you can get the most out of one. Then when you’re ready, check out our listing of online board game conventions in our master list.

Why should I go to a board game convention?

There are lots of great reasons to go to a convention! Everyone gets something different out of their experiences, but here are some prominent reasons that a board game convention might interest you.

You want to:

  • play a lot of games.
  • try the hot new games before they are released.
  • meet your favorite designers, authors, artists, publishers, or media personalities.
  • compete in large gaming tournaments.
  • find really cool stuff to buy and take home.
  • survey lots of different board games from different publishers to find something new that you might like.
  • meet other gamers with similar interests.
  • hear talks and panels about topics in the industry that interest you.
  • get ahold of exclusive promotional cards/pieces/expansions for your favorite games.

If any of those interest you, then giving a gaming convention a shot might be right up your alley! In all honesty, there is so much more to do at conventions, but these are a few of the cool things that really stand out.

Ok! I want to go! Now what?!

Good question! The first thing you’ll need to do is decide on whether you want to go to a smaller or larger convention. For many people, location will be a big factor in this decision, while others may be willing to travel long distances. Let’s take a look at some of the options available. Most of these will be “large” conventions, but there are some smaller ones that squeak through based on popularity.

Most Popular Board Game Conventions

This is, by no means, an exhaustive list of gaming conventions. There are hundreds of game conventions each year, just in America, so it would be quite difficult to cover them all. The selections below are all either significant because of their pure size or following. Some may be “smaller” conventions, but they are still very prevalent in the board game industry or even run by a large publisher or media outlet. Check out the bottom of this article for an up to date list of worldwide board game conventions!

Small to Medium Conventions

BGG Con
BGG CON (& BGG SPRING)
Dallas, TX
CMON Expo
CMON Expo
Atlanta, GACheck out Phil & Justin’s experience at CMON Expo!
Dice Tower Con
Dice Tower Con
Orlando, FL
Geekway to the West
St. Louis, MO

Large Conventions

UK Games Expo Expo
UK Games Expo
Birmingham, UK
~21,698 attendees
Origins Game Fair
Origins Game Fair
Columbus, OH
~20,642 attendees
Pax Unplugged
PAX Unplugged
Philadelphia, PACheck out Ashley & Justin‘s recap of PAX Unplugged 2018.
Gen Con
Gen Con
Indianapolis, Indiana
~60,000 attendees
Essen Spiel
Essen Spiel
Essen, Germany
~174,000
 

I’ve picked a convention, how do I prepare for it?

Buy your badge

Gen Con badge

First things first, you’ve got to purchase a badge. Some conventions only last a day or two and only have one badge option, while others will allow for you to purchase a badge for individual days or just the weekend. Since most conventions run through both weekdays and weekends, you’ll need to decide what works best for your schedule. Purchasing a badge is usually simple and can either be done online or at the door. Be careful, though! Many conventions sell out ahead of time!

Find housing

Find housing
We got lucky with a beautiful airBnB at Gen Con in 2016!

Housing can be one of the most frustrating parts of prepping for a gaming convention. Each con is a little different, but most are infamous for making this a true pain. If you buy your badge as early as possible, you should receive some sort of communication before the hotel sales go live. This can be a tricky process as some will have a “queue” system and others will have a “whoever can get through” set up. Either way, for larger conventions these websites will often become bottlenecked and crash. Honestly, there is often just a lot of luck here. Make sure you’re online the second they go live!

If you aren’t interested in a hotel or you weren’t able to get one, there are still lots of other options! I’ve used airBnB a couple times for this and it has worked wonderfully. You might have to walk a bit farther or drive to the convention center, but you also might save some money and stress, so it’s often worth it for many people.

Register for events

Giant King of Tokyo at Gen Con 2016.

Each convention will have a long list of events that you can attend. These can range from talks/panels, gaming tournaments, game demos, and more. Some events will cost while others will be free. Most conventions open their events up to pre-registrations and many events fill up. Each convention website should have a portal that you can log into to find and register for each event. If you miss out on registering in advance, sometimes you can still make it into them, though! Most large conventions will offer “generic tickets” that you can purchase and spend for events. If it isn’t full, you should be able to spend these “generics” to jump in. If a “full” doesn’t have all of its registered attendees, you might be able to jump in with generics as well!

Make a plan of attack

The convention floor can be overwhelming! With so many booths to stop in and so many new games to try, it’s easy to see why you could get lost in the mix. To help ease this sensory overload, it can be helpful to have a plan before you even begin your travels to the convention. There are two things that can help with this: making sure you know which games you are interested in up front and preparing your path in the expo hall.

It can be hard to keep up with all of the games coming out each year, especially with so much going on during the convention season. One of the best ways to keep an eye out on new releases during the major conventions is through the Boardgame Geek Preview lists. Board Game Geek usually releases their preview geeklist a month or two in advance of each major convention. These lists have all of upcoming convention releases and their information listed in order by publisher. This is a great resource to scope out the games that really interest you the most. Be careful, though, as you don’t want to miss out on a game that you didn’t expect to enjoy by counting it out ahead of time!

Once you’ve found the games you are most interested, you can either register for demo events or seek them out in the exhibit hall. The advantage to demoing games in the hall is that you usually will only play a quick demo to get a feel for them. Of course, if you want to play a full game or don’t want to wait in a line, events might be better for you. If you do chose the path of the exhibit hall, it can be a huge help to familiarize yourself with where booths you want to visit are actually located. Most conventions will post a map of the exhibit hall ahead of time, and you can even print it out to highlight and draw the most efficient path for you!

One more thing to keep in mind is that sometimes it can be important to prioritize the “hot” booths first. Every year there are certain games that everyone knows will sell out quickly. If you want those games, you’ll need to make sure that they are your first stops! This can be hard to tell sometimes, but keeping an eye on the comments of the preview lists can help you gauge people’s interest.

Pack accordingly

My pre Gen Con shopping trip from 2016
My pre Gen Con shopping trip from 2016

So, what do you bring to a convention? Well, outside of the obvious answer of clothes, there are some things that I’ve found helpful to have on you.

  • Hand sanitizer. Seriously. The “con crud” is real and you don’t want to mess with that! Think about it, tens of thousands of people in one room does not lead to good sanitation.
  • Snacks. Cliff bars, trail mix, crackers. Whatever you need, make sure to keep some snacks on hand to keep yourself energized.
  • Water bottle. Similar to the snacks, you’re going to want to keep hydrated to stay healthy.
  • Battery chargers. My phone always seems to die twice as fast during conventions. The last thing you want is to not have a way to find your friends in the midst of tens of thousands of people!
  • Games. Ok, I’ve overdone this too many times. In my experience, it isn’t worth bringing big box games unless you have a specific plan to play them. Instead, I always make sure that I have a couple small card games in my bag for those times where you’re stuck in a line or waiting on something to start.

Get Out of the Con

Yes, we know you’re there for board games. But if you’re traveling to a new city, then consider getting out of the con at least once and seeing sights. Visit an art museum, eat at a great local restaurant, or look for a board game cafe in that city.

Update: Since this piece was originally published we’ve added lots more Gen Con content. Make sure to check out our Gen Con 2017 wrap up, and Gen Con 2017 interviews, along with our newbie’s guide to Gen Con.

Run Your Own Gaming Event

If all of this seems a bit overwhelming, perhaps you should start smaller. Check out our guide to running a successful board gaming event and start your own event in your hometown!

Conclusion

I know this process can be quite stressful, but hopefully this gives a little bit of direction for your journey to your first convention! Do you have any other tips or tricks? Make sure to let us know in the comments below!

Worldwide Board Game Convention List

The following list of worldwide board game conventions is updated regularly.


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Listing 426 events

Online

Online Mar. 12-14, 2021
Online Apr. 8-10, 2022
Online Sep. 15-18, 2022
Online Oct. 21-23, 2022
Online Jan. 13-15, 2023
Online Jan. 13-15, 2023
Online Jan. 13-15, 2023
Online Mar. 25-26, 2023
Online May. 5-7, 2023
Online Aug. 25-27, 2023

Australia

Blackheath Jul. 16-17, 2022
Coburg Jan. 28-30, 2022
Glen Waverley TBA
Grifith Nov. 25-27, 2022
Mitchell Jan. 21-23, 2023
Shepparton Jun. 24-26, 2022
South Wharf Sep. 13, 2022

Belgium

Brussels Aug. 27-29, 2021
Brussels TBA
Genk Oct. 2, 2022
Merelbeke May. 21-22, 2022

Bulgaria

Chavdar Jun. 18-19, 2022

Canada

Alberta

Calgary Apr. 1-3, 2022
Calgary Aug. 26-28, 2022
Edmonton Mar. 17-19, 2023

British Columbia

New Westminster Nov. 4-6, 2022
Vancouver Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022

Manitoba

Winnipeg Jan. 27-29, 2023

New Brunswick

Fredericton Sep. 23-25, 2022
Saint John Sep. 9-11, 2022

Ontario

Kitchener Aug. 20-21, 2022
Niagara Falls Jan. 19-22, 2023
Ottawa May. 19-21, 2023
Peterborough Nov. 5-6, 2022
Stratford Mar. 24-26, 2023
Thunder Bay Jan. 8, 2023
Toronto Mar. 17-19, 2023

Quebec

Chertsey Apr. 26-30, 2023
Gatineau Oct. 28-30, 2022

Denmark

Amerikavej Apr. 5-10, 2023
Copenhagen Oct. 14, 2022

England

East

Basildon Feb. 24-26, 2023
Norwich May. 1, 2022
Norwich Aug. 26, 2023
Tring Apr. 30, 2022

East Midlands

Northampton Nov. 18-21, 2022
Silverstone Jul. 23-24, 2022

London

London Dec. 3, 2022

North West

Manchester Apr. 1-3, 2022
Manchester Sep. 17-18, 2022
Manchester Apr. 29 – May. 1, 2023

Northwest

Hunstanton Jan. 18-22, 2023

South East

Eastbourne Apr. 28 – May. 1, 2023
Farnham Nov. 12, 2022
Milton Keynes Mar. 19, 2022
Southampton Apr. 1-3, 2022
Southampton Oct. 15-30, 2023
Worthing Feb. 11, 2023

South West

Cheltenham Aug. 11-13, 2023
Cucklington Jul. 30-31, 2022
Kennford Apr. 12-16, 2023

United Kingdom

Devon Nov. 11-13, 2022

West Midlands

Birmingham Jun. 2-4, 2023
Coventry Feb. 23-26, 2023

Yorkshire

Harrogate Mar. 9-12, 2023
Leeds Jan. 14-15, 2023
Sheffield Apr. 1-2, 2023
Sheffield May. 13-14, 2023
Sheffield Oct. 7-8, 2023

Finland

Helsinki Jul. 29-31, 2022

France

Cannes Feb. 24-26, 2023
Deux_Sevres Jul. 12-23, 2023
Lyon Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
Mons-en-Barœul Mar. 25-26, 2023
Paris Jun. 24-25, 2023
St Gilles Croix de Vie Sep. 11-18, 2023
Toulouse May. 5-7, 2023

Germany

Berlin Jul. 14-16, 2023
Bielfield Nov. 12-13, 2022
Essen Oct. 5-8, 2023
Hamburg Jun. 10-12, 2022
Munich Nov. 10-13, 2022
Nuremberg Feb. 3, 2023
Nuremburg Feb. 1-5, 2023
Ratingen Apr. 1, 2023

Ireland

Dublin Oct. 28-31, 2022
Dungarvan Feb. 24-27, 2023
Galway Mar. 25-27, 2022

Israel

Tel Aviv Aug. 24-25, 2023

Italy

Cerveteri Nov. 25-27, 2022
Civitavecchia Jun. 22-29, 2023
North Tonawanda May. 19-21, 2023

Japan

Tokyo May. 13-14, 2023

Lithuania

Druskininkai Aug. 27-28, 2022

Mexico

Mexico City Jun. 18-19, 2022

Netherlands

Ewijk Apr. 15, 2023
Amersfoort Jan. 21, 2023
Utrecht Nov. 5, 2022
Veldhoven Mar. 18-19, 2023

New Zealand

Auckland Jul. 30-31, 2022
Wellington Oct. 22-23, 2022

Norway

Haugesund Mar. 10-13, 2023
Oslo Jun. 17-20, 2022

Poland

Poznan Jun. 16-18, 2023

Portugal

Viana do Castelo Oct. 21-23, 2022
Vieira de Leiria Mar. 23-26, 2023

San Marino

Serravalle Apr. 29 – May. 1, 2022

Scotland

Perth Aug. 25-27, 2023

Singapore

Singapore Oct. 10-11, 2022

Spain

Barcelona Nov. 19, 2022
Córdoba Oct. 14-16, 2022

Sweden

Gothenburg Apr. 15-17, 2022
Kalmar Feb. 24-26, 2023
Linköping May. 18-21, 2023
Skellefteå May. 26-28, 2023
Västerås Mar. 4-6, 2022

Switzerland

La Chaux-de-Fonds Mar. 17-19, 2023

United Kingdom

London Apr. 15, 2023

United States

Alaska

Juneau Jan. 8-10, 2023

Alabama

Birmingham Jul. 7-10, 2022
Huntsville Jan. 21-23, 2023

Arizona

Mesa Sep. 2-4, 2022
Phoenix Aug. 25-27, 2023
Tempe Aug. 26 – Sep. 2, 2022
Tucson Sep. 2-5, 2022

California

Anaheim Mar. 24-26, 2023
Berkeley Aug. 5-7, 2022
Burlingame May. 26-29, 2023
Irvine Apr. 13-16, 2023
Long Beach Sep. 2-3, 2023
Los Angeles Feb. 17-20, 2023
Los Angeles Apr. 19-24, 2023
Los Angeles May. 26-29, 2023
Los Angeles Jul. 1-4, 2023
Los Angeles Jul. 10-14, 2023
Los Angeles Jul. 17-21, 2023
Los Angeles Sep. 1-4, 2023
Modesto Nov. 19, 2022
Palmdale Jan. 5-8, 2023
Sacramento Jan. 6-8, 2023
San Diego May. 6-8, 2022
San Diego Jun. 4, 2022
San Diego Mar. 5-12, 2023
San Diego Jul. 20-23, 2023
San Diego, CA Oct. 24-26, 2022
San Francisco Oct. 27-30, 2022
San Francisco Nov. 25-27, 2022
San Jose May. 27-30, 2022
Santa Clara Feb. 17-20, 2023
Santa Clara Sep. 1-4, 2023

Colorado

Auroro Feb. 23-26, 2023
Broomfield Jan. 13-16, 2023
Denver Oct. 21-23, 2022
Northglenn Sep. 14-17, 2023

Connecticut

Meriden Nov. 10-14, 2022
West Hartford Jul. 20-23, 2023

District of Columbia

Washington Mar. 26-27, 2022
Washington Apr. 8, 2023
Washington Aug. 30 – Oct. 3, 2023

Florida

Clearwater Nov. 3-5, 2023
Fort Lauderdale Jun. 22-29, 2023
Ft Lauderdale Jan. 15-21, 2023
Jacksonville Aug. 19-21, 2022
Kissimmee Sep. 22-25, 2022
Miami Jan. 15-22, 2023
Miami Mar. 19-26, 2023
Miami Sep. 4-10, 2023
Miami Apr. 6-13, 2024
Orlando Apr. 21-24, 2022
Orlando Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
Orlando Feb. 22-26, 2023
Orlando Jul. 5-9, 2023
Orlando Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2023
Pensacola Oct. 7-9, 2022
Pensacola Feb. 24-26, 2023
Tampa Apr. 7-9, 2023
West Palm Beach Jan. 14, 2023

Georgia

Atlanta Apr. 7-10, 2022
Atlanta Jan. 12-15, 2023
Atlanta May. 11-14, 2023
Atlanta May. 25-28, 2023
Atlanta Jul. 28-30, 2023
Atlanta Aug. 31 – Sep. 4, 2023
Augusta Jan. 13-15, 2023

Hawaii

Honolulu Mar. 31 – Apr. 2, 2023

Iowa

Cedar Rapids Feb. 24-26, 2023
Sioux City Mar. 10-12, 2023
Sioux CIty Mar. 10-12, 2023
West Des Moines Jul. 29-31, 2022

Idaho

Boise Jul. 1-3, 2022

Illinois

Bolingbrook Sep. 9-11, 2022
Champaign Feb. 3-5, 2023
Chicago Dec. 10-11, 2022
Collinsville Jun. 3-4, 2022
Collinsville Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2023
Decatur May. 5-7, 2023
Effingham Nov. 4-5, 2023
Glen Ellyn Apr. 14-16, 2023
Lexington Apr. 1, 2023
Lisle Feb. 17-19, 2023
Lisle Apr. 27-30, 2023
Lombard Nov. 11-13, 2022
Mundelein Apr. 28-30, 2023
Rockford Nov. 4-6, 2022
Savoy Sep. 10-11, 2022
Schaumburg Jan. 8, 2023
Utica TBA
Wheeling Feb. 2-5, 2023

Indiana

Indianapolis Feb. 4-6, 2022
Indianapolis Jul. 7-9, 2023
Indianapolis Aug. 3-6, 2023

Kansas

Overland Park Jul. 14-16, 2023
Wichita Sep. 24, 2022

Kentucky

Lexington Apr. 1-3, 2022
Louisville Oct. 14-16, 2022
Newport Sep. 16, 2022

Louisiana

Lafayette Mar. 11-12, 2023
Lafayette Oct. 14-15, 2023
Lake Charles Mar. 31 – Apr. 2, 2023

Massachusetts

Boston Jan. 13-16, 2023
Boston Apr. 23-26, 2023
Fairhaven Mar. 23-26, 2023
Framingham Sep. 10, 2022
Marlborough Feb. 23-26, 2023
Milford Apr. 21-23, 2023
Shrewsbury Mar. 31 – Apr. 2, 2023

Maryland

Baltimore Oct. 15-20, 2022
Baltimore May. 26-29, 2023
Darlington Aug. 19-23, 2023
Havre de Grace Sep. 22-23, 2023
Hunt Valley Mar. 16, 2023
North East Sep. 29 – Oct. 2, 2022
Oxon Hill Jan. 5-8, 2023
Rockville Jun. 18-19, 2022
Rockville Oct. 22-23, 2022
Rockville Jan. 14-15, 2023
Rockville Jan. 14-15, 2023
Timonium Nov. 10-13, 2022

Maine

Bango Jan. 14-15, 2023
Portland May. 19-21, 2023
Portland Jun. 22-25, 2023

Michigan

Ann Arbor Apr. 13-16, 2023
Ann Arbor Nov. 17, 2023
Berrien Springs Apr. 2, 2023
D’iberville Jun. 10-12, 2022
Dearborn Jan. 20-22, 2023
Detroit Nov. 3-6, 2022
DeWitt Jan. 7, 2023
Grand Rapids Sep. 1-3, 2023
Hattiesburg Sep. 9-11, 2022
Kalamazoo Mar. 17-19, 2023
kansas city Aug. 17-20, 2023
Lansing Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
Novi May. 19-21, 2023

Minnesota

Bloomington Feb. 17-19, 2023
Minneapolis Aug. 25-27, 2023
Roseville Apr. 13-16, 2023
Roseville Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2023

Missouri

Kansas City Dec. 1-4, 2022
Kansas City Jun. 2-4, 2023
Lees Summit Sep. 23-25, 2022
Springfield Jul. 7, 2023
Springfield Oct. 13-15, 2023
St. Louis Nov. 4-6, 2022
St. Louis Jan. 13-15, 2023
St. Louis May. 18-21, 2023
West Plains Apr. 28-30, 2023

Mississippi

Biloxi Mar. 3-5, 2023
Jackson Jun. 24-25, 2023
Vicksburg Oct. 14-16, 2022

Montana

Missoula May. 26-29, 2023

North Carolina

Asheville Mar. 10-12, 2023
Charlotte Jun. 3-5, 2022
Charlotte Nov. 11-13, 2022
Charlotte Feb. 24-26, 2023
Durham Jan. 26-29, 2023
Greensboro Mar. 26, 2022
Greensboro Jul. 14-16, 2023
Kernersville May. 28-30, 2022
Morrisville Sep. 16-18, 2022
Raleigh Mar. 18-19, 2023

North Dakota

Fargo Mar. 24-26, 2023
Fargo May. 25-28, 2023

Nebraska

Ashland May. 4-7, 2023
Lincoln Mar. 10-12, 2023
Omaha Oct. 21-23, 2022
Omaha Sep. 22-24, 2023

New Hampshire

Lebanon Apr. 21-23, 2023
Nashua Mar. 9-12, 2023

New Jersey

Olympia May. 26-28, 2023
Princeton Mar. 4-6, 2022

New Mexico

Albuquerque Jul. 26-28, 2022

Nevada

Carson City Mar. 17-18, 2023
Las Vegas Oct. 21-23, 2022
Las Vegas Mar. 8-12, 2023
Las Vegas Sep. 24-28, 2023
Reno Jun. 30 – Jul. 2, 2023

New York

Bradford Aug. 23-27, 2023
Croton-on-Hudson Sep. 1-3, 2023
Garden City Jul. 12-14, 2022
Geneseo Feb. 10-12, 2023
Glens Falls Oct. 1-2, 2022
Rochester Jul. 14-17, 2022
Rochester Mar. 24-26, 2023
Rochester Sep. 16-17, 2023
Schenectady Sep. 23-25, 2022

Ohio

Cincinnati Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
Cincinnati Oct. 7-9, 2022
Cincinnati Jan. 20-22, 2023
Cleveland Mar. 4-6, 2022
Columbus Jan. 6, 2023
Columbus Apr. 27-30, 2023
Columbus Jun. 21-25, 2023
Columbus Jun. 21-25, 2023
Dayton Nov. 4-6, 2022
Hamilton Mar. 3-5, 2023
Kettering Mar. 31 – Apr. 1, 2023
New Marshfield Apr. 1, 2023
Richfield Oct. 5-8, 2023
Springfield Mar. 25, 2023

Oklahoma

Midwest City Jun. 30 – Jul. 2, 2023
Oklahoma City Mar. 17-19, 2023
Oklahoma City Jul. 14-16, 2023
Tulsa Jul. 14-16, 2023

Oregon

Portland Mar. 23-26, 2023
Portland Sep. 22-24, 2023
The Dalles Sep. 23-25, 2022

Pennsylvania

Butler Sep. 16-18, 2022
Butler Mar. 17-19, 2023
Butler Mar. 22-24, 2024
Butler Sep. 22-24, 2024
Coatesville May. 6-8, 2022
Erie Oct. 7-8, 2022
Lancaster Nov. 4-6, 2022
Lancaster Mar. 10-12, 2023
Monroeville Sep. 30 – Oct. 1, 2023
Oaks Jun. 23-25, 2023
Philadelphia Dec. 2-4, 2022
Seven Springs Jul. 22-30, 2023
White Haven Apr. 14-16, 2023
York Oct. 6-9, 2022

Rhode Island

Warwick Feb. 3-5, 2023

South Carolina

Columbia Jan. 13-16, 2023
Columbia Aug. 20-21, 2022
Pawleys Island Mar. 10-12, 2023
Richburg Sep. 16-18, 2022

South Dakota

Sioux Falls Sep. 29 – Oct. 1, 2023
Vermillion Jan. 27-29, 2023

Tennessee

Chatanooga Feb. 17-19, 2023
Chattanooga Jan. 13-15, 2023
Knoxville Apr. 28-30, 2022
Knoxville Apr. 28-30, 2023
Knoxville May. 26-28, 2023
Memphis Mar. 25-27, 2022
Memphis Jan. 6-7, 2023
Nashville Oct. 1-3, 2022
Nashville Oct. 28-30, 2022
Nashville Mar. 3-5, 2023
Nashville Apr. 22, 2023
Nashville Jun. 3-4, 2023
Nashville Aug. 18-20, 2023

Texas

Austin Aug. 12-14, 2022
Austin Nov. 10-13, 2022
Austin Mar. 10-19, 2023
Dallas Mar. 16-19, 2023
Dallas May. 26-29, 2023
Dallas Nov. 15-19, 2023
Dallas Nov. 13-17, 2024
Dallas Nov. 19-23, 2025
Grapevine Sep. 30 – Oct. 2, 2022
Houston May. 26-28, 2023
Irving Sep. 16-18, 2022
Irving Jun. 1-4, 2023
Longview Nov. 11-13, 2022
Round Rock May. 5-7, 2023
San Antonio Mar. 31 – Apr. 2, 2023
San Antonio Sep. 1-3, 2023
Wichita Falls Mar. 24-26, 2023

Utah

Layton Mar. 2-5, 2023
Layton Jun. 2-4, 2023
Layton Sep. 1-3, 2023
Provo Nov. 3-5, 2023
Salt Lake City Jan. 28-29, 2022

Virginia

Charlottesville Feb. 20-26, 2023
Richmond Mar. 24-26, 2023
Richmond Apr. 21-23, 2023
Richmond May. 5-7, 2023
Sterling Sep. 1-4, 2023
Williamsburg Jan. 13-15, 2023
Williamsburg Feb. 17-19, 2023

Vermont

Killington Nov. 4-6, 2022
Killington Nov. 4-6, 2022

Washington

Bellevue Jan. 6-8, 2023
Bellevue Feb. 8-12, 2023
Bellevue Aug. 18-20, 2023
Bellingham Jan. 27-29, 2023
Kennewick Apr. 14-16, 2023
Redmond Jun. 4-5, 2022
Seattle Jun. 3-5, 2022
Seattle Sep. 2-5, 2022
Seattle Nov. 5, 2022
Seattle Mar. 2-5, 2023
Seattle Jun. 26 – Jul. 3, 2023
Seattle TBA

Wisconsin

Appleton Jul. 14-17, 2022
Brookfield Sep. 16-18, 2022
Green Bay Jul. 21-23, 2023
La Crosse Aug. 19-21, 2022
Lake Geneva Mar. 23-26, 2023
Lake Geneva Mar. 24-26, 2023
Lake Geneva Oct. 7-8, 2023
Madison Oct. 20-23, 2022
Madison Jul. 21-23, 2023
Manitowoc Feb. 24-26, 2023
Merrill Sep. 2-4, 2022
Milwaukee Apr. 15-17, 2022
Milwaukee Jun. 23-26, 2022
Milwaukee Jan. 12-15, 2023
Milwaukee Mar. 31 – Apr. 2, 2023
Platteville Feb. 24-26, 2023
Wausau Jan. 20-22, 2023
Wisconsin Dells Sep. 1-3, 2023

West Virginia

Charleston Jul. 15-17, 2022
Charleston Feb. 11, 2023
Martinsburg May. 5-7, 2023

Wyoming

Cheyenne Apr. 21-23, 2023

About the author

Elijah Longwell

Recruiter by day, board game enthusiast by night. Despite controversy, i’m a firm believer that collecting can be just as fun as playing games. My favorite aspect of the board gaming hobby is its ability to bring people together in a meaningful way.

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