NomadiCon is now in May!

Rescheduling sucks. Planning an entire event at a specific venue, announcing it, promoting it, and paying for marketing materials and advertisements is expensive, time-consuming, and overall just plain difficult.

It was so much fun that we just had to do it twice! (I’m joking, by the way)

NomadiCon is partnering with the Millennium Maxwell House in Nashville, coming to you Memorial Day Weekend – May 26th to 28th!

Now we didn’t just go and find some random new venue, slap down some new dates, and call it a day. We took this opportunity to address many of the concerns you guys had to continuously innovate on this fantastic experience that we wanted to bring to yall.

Rooms start at $159/night!

What about parking? Valet only for everybody? That just won’t do.

Free parking. For everybody.

Boom! Oh, and those of you with trailers – vendors, I’m looking at you – free parking for you too!

You’re going to have to eat at some point! Don’t worry – we covered that covered too. Wendy’s, Taco Bell, Arby’s, Chipotle, Dunkin, Starbucks, and even more, all within walking distance – not to mention the on-site restaurant.

Need internet? WiFi for guests is still free. Feel like swimming? We still have a pool. Flying in? You can even still take the bus there!

Now, yes. We know. It’s not a brand new hotel, it’s not in the middle of downtown right on broadway, and it’s not forty floors high with an insane view of the city. It is, however, well kept – despite being older, much more affordable and accessible, and still very close to downtown. It’s only a few minute drive to broadway, and you could take the bus there if you wanted! They even hosted Fangcon a few years back and had a great time with them, so they know what to expect from us.

If that all sounds good to you, what are you waiting for? Registration is back open, and the hotel block will be open again shortly if it’s not already.

We look forward to seeing you in May! Thanks to all of you who stuck with us through this difficult time, as this change was not easy for any of us.