The Gathering 2012 At the end of the universe
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A new and better

With the universe as our playground, we realize that there may be a lot of information, especially if you are spending your first Easter at TG.
The participant’s guide to the universe

That’s why we have taken major steps before releasing this year’s website to ensure finding what you would like or need to read will be easier than ever before.

Major rethinking

First off, we’ve done some major rethinking on how news at is presented. With better use of images, graphical styles that will allow you to instantly know what an article is about, and much more, the front page is sure to be both easier and quicker to navigate.

But what about the old news, the articles from two months ago? Well, fear not, if you scroll all the way down to the footer you can choose which category you want to read and you will get all the articles, no clutter.

“So then, The Gathering, what’s this thing called ‘The participant’s guide to the universe?’”, you ask.

Easily explained, this is where we will gather our best hints on how to get the most out of your experience at The Gathering. This is, for instance, where you will eventually find our suggested packing list.

We want your feedback

If we've achieved our goal you will find much more alive than ever before. But as ever before we love feedback, be it negative, positive or neutral.

If there's anything you would like to know more about, anything you are missing, you can get in touch with the team behind at webmaster at gathering dot org.

We need this feedback to improve, so we appreciate any feedback you might have. 

Want to know more?

In the time left untill TG12, we will be releasing a lot more information on both entertainment and competions. Stay tuned for the latest on how you will be spending the Easter of 2012. If you want to share your ideas and discuss with other participants, head on over to

We look forward to seeing you on The Gathering 2012.


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