FAQ for TG97
If your question isn't answered here, don't hesitate to direct it
or the appropriate contact person.
- Can I smoke at TG97?
- Can I consume alcohol at TG97?
- Where can I sleep at TG97?
- Has the contract been signed?
- When will TG97 be held?
- Where will TG97 be held?
- How much will TG97 cost?
- Where can I get a ticket?
- How do I reserve a table?
- Will it be just as cold as last year?
Can I smoke at TG97?
Yes, but only outside the hall! This rule will
be enforced very stricktly by the security team.
Can I consume alcohol at TG97?
NO! Anyone caught drinking or intoxicated inside the hall will
be expelled. Parents can send their children in the comforting
knowledge that this has only happened ONCE in 5
Where can I sleep at TG97?
You may sleep almost anywhere. Just bring a sleeping bag and
field-bed or one of those inflatable... The only area where you
cannot sleep is under or between the tables, and in areas
obviously used for other purposes.
Has the contract been signed?
Yes. It is now official - The Gathering WILL be held in Hamar
Olympic Hall - The Viking Ship. The contract was signed by both
parts January 5th.
When will TG97 be held?
TG97 will be held Wednesday 26. March 1997 10:00 to Sunday
30. March 1997 16:00.
Where will TG97 be held?
TG97 will be held in Vikingskipet in Hamar, same as last year.
How much will TG97 cost?
The Gathering 1997 will cost 300,- NOK
(28,- GBP, 75,- DEM, 330,- SEK, 280,- DKK, 46,- USD, 85,- NLG, 72600,-
Oh - girls still have free entrance.
Where can I get a ticket?
Tickets can be bought at the entrance, or if you live in Norway, you can
buy them at your local post-office. When you buy your ticket at
the post-office, you need to order the ticket at "Billettservice
(tlf: 815 33133)" first.
How do I reserve a table?
The reservation-service has now been activated! Check out the Table reservation page to reserve your table!
Will it be just as cold as last year?
YES! But this time the complete queue will be allowed inside,
where it is warm and cosy. The doors will be opened at 10am so
people can come with the morning trains instead of the evening
Last modified: Tuesday, 4-Mar-97 14:29:22 MET