8:00 PM to MIDNIGHT – OPEN DECKS
8:00 PM to 9:20 PM – MOCKINGBIRD
9:20 PM to 10:40 PM – [syntax]
10:40 PM to MIDNIGHT – DJ Chieh
8:00 PM to 9:20 PM – Shammers (Dirty dance)
9:20 PM to 10:40 PM – Wachi
10:40 PM to MIDNIGHT – Morganite
The dirty dance is an event, Saturday night from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM. This is a period of the dances where attendees may slightly deviate from the general apparel rules set for the convention as a whole.
- YOU MAY NOT dress under these guidelines anywhere other than the Main Events room during the dirty dances. Do not walk from your hotel room to the dirty dances following these guidelines. You will not be admitted, and may face consequences. Please cover up until you are INSIDE the ballroom.
- The dirty dances end promptly at 9:00 PM. At this time attendees will be notified and asked to return to their rooms to change, or cover up for the remainder of the dances.
- Intercourse of any kind is not permitted anywhere at NomadiCon, including during the Dirty Dances. Attendees violating this rule will be immediately removed from the convention permanently.
- CONSENT IS KEY. Anything other than an enthusiastic “Yes” is a NO. Attendees violating others’ consent are subject to immediate and permanent removal from the event.
Buttocks and Genitals must be fully covered. This does include the female nipple.
These guidelines are defined by the laws of the City of Nashville, so unfortunately we have little room for flexibility.
Accessories like leashes, collars, cuffs, and harnesses are permitted. However, to ensure everyone’s safety, please refrain from holding onto another person’s leash
We invite our visitors to dress comfortably and in accordance with the following guidelines. We celebrate individual expression through clothing and accessories, including fursuits, latex, leather, neoprene, rubber, PVC, and lace. However, we kindly request our guests refrain from using liquid-to-solid materials, such as liquid latex and body paint, as standalone clothing. Feel free to incorporate these elements provided that the aforementioned areas are appropriately covered.