General

Greater Philadelphia Expo Center

Hall A, B, C, D, E - The Entire Convention Center

100 Station Avenue

Oaks, PA 19456

The only entrance to TooManyGames is through Hall A, which is the main entrance to the building in the front.

HALL A, B, C:
Marketplace / Arcade / Consoles / Tabletop
Friday, June 28: 2pm – 9pm
Saturday, June 29: 11am – 9pm
Sunday, June 30: 11am – 5pm

HALL D & E:
Main Stages
Friday, June 28: 2pm – 10pm
Saturday, June 29: 11am – 10pm
Sunday, June 30: 11am – 5pm

Marketplace Area Hours:

Friday, June 23: 2pm – 9pm

Saturday, June 24: 11am – 9pm

Sunday, June 25: 11am – 5pm

 

Schedule will be made available towards the end of May / early June. We will be releasing the full schedule on Guidebook - so download in advance for when it comes out.

A printed schedule will not be available this year.

No, you can purchase WiFi through the convention center.

Tickets

You can purchase passes here, and tickets are also available at the door (at an additional cost).

There are several different ticket packages available for TooManyGames. You can purchase a three day pass (the best value), one day pass (Friday, Saturday or Sunday). We also have packages available that include merch which discounts the tickets - view those here or buy your tickets now.

This page has a detailed listing of each package available at TooManyGames. All merchandise packages include a discount on tickets. Most of the merchandise packages are limited including but not limited to the Final Boss and Mini Boss. View ticket levels here.

Yes. Basic admission to the event is available at the door for an additional $5 per ticket. Special packages that include merchandise or discounted tickets will not be available at the door (for example: Final Boss, Mini Boss, Sunday family four pack packages, etc.).

 

Children ages 10 and under are free with a paid adult.

 

Family four packs are not available at the door. You can purchase them before the event here.

 

Yes. If you see merch that you like - get one of our packages. We will have a limited supply of merchandise available at the show. In past years, we are sold out of several sizes by Saturday morning.

Merchandise bundles are not available for purchase at the door.

No. We do not offer refunds. If you would like to sell your ticket, give your ticket to someone else, contact us and we will update the information on the ticket and issue a new ticket.

Your badge and merchandise will not be mailed. Everything you have purchased will be available for pickup at the convention center.

When you arrive at the convention center have your Eventbrite ticket loaded on to your phone or printed out. We will scan your barcode and give you your badge and/or merchandise. We will be allowing people to pick up badges before the doors open on Friday. Watch our social medias for the times and dates for pickup before the event starts.

Travel

Yes. Hotel rooms can be booked here.

Yes. Parking is free and plentiful at the convention center.

We have multiple full-service concession spaces at the convention center, serving a variety of pizzas, salads, sandwiches, snacks, and more. In addition, you can leave the Expo Center for a short trip away to visit Moe’s Southwest Grill, PJ Whelihans, Buffalo Wild Wings, Uno Pizzeria & Grill, Oaks Pizza and more.

Attending the Convention

It depends what you want to see and experience. Please look at the schedule (available early June) and determine what you are most interested in. Most attendees come for all three days to not miss any events.

Most of our vendors do take credit cards, but some don't. It's always a good idea to bring some cash with you in case a vendor doesn't take a credit card. There are 2 ATMs inside of the Expo Center but they run out during our event. If you need to get cash out, there is a Wawa down the street.

Guest day to day availability will be posted on their guest pages. Once the schedule is out, you will be able to see times for panels and meet and greets. If you have any questions, please contact info@toomanygames.com.

Guest day to day meet and greet times will be posted on their individual pages and on the schedule once it's out (in early June). Once the schedule is out, you will be able to see times for meet and greets. Each guest determines their autograph cost (check their individual pages for prices). Guests range from $0 up to $100+ (for packages). Please note all guests autographs are subject to change.

YES! This is the preferred way to view our schedule. We have the ability to update this during the show, so this will provide you with the most accurate times for guests and panels. The schedule will be made available on Guidebook in early June.

Video game tournament list is not currently available. It will be available in early April.

All panels are included with your admission to the event. Some panels start to line up 1-2 hours before they start. Please check in with a volunteer in the area to see if there is a line already started for the panel or not.

All Guests are subject to change and can cancel at any time. View the current list of guests here.

Safety and Convention Policies

TooManyGames is dedicated to providing a harassment-free con experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, age, or religion. We do not tolerate harassment of convention participants in any form. Convention participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the convention (without a refund) at the discretion of the organizers.

Harassment Includes:

  • Verbal comments that reinforce social structures of domination related to gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, race, age, or religion;
  • Sexual images in public spaces;
  • Deliberate intimidation, stalking, or following;
  • Harassing photography or recording;
  • Sustained disruption of talks or other events;
  • Inappropriate physical contact;
  • Unwelcome sexual attention;
  • Advocating for, or encouraging, any of the above behavior.

  • Please keep costumes PG13, our event is a family friendly event
  • Shoes must be worn at all times
  • No costumes may be realistic depictions of law enforcement or current military uniforms or have the words: POLICE, SWAT, FBI, DEA, CIA or any other official government agency names or initials on them
  • All weapons will be reviewed and inspected before you enter into the event
  • All bags will be searched upon arrival
  • No Live Steel – including swords, bayonets, and knives (sheathed or not), star knives, metal armor, any objects made of metal that have an edge (sharp or not)
  • No Projectile Weapons of any kind – including but not limited to – airsoft guns, bb guns, pellet guns, crossbows, dart guns, blowguns, water guns, pistols, stun guns, and tasers. Exception to the rule is guns with an orange non removable tip and if they have no movable parts.
  • No Real Bows or authentic arrows
  • No Nunchaku – of any kind will be permitted. A nunchaku is defined as two sticks with a short chain or rope in between.
  • No explosives or chemicals – of any kind including, but not limited to: sparklers, smoke powder or fireworks.
  • If the item is illegal in the State of Pennsylvania, it is illegal inside of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
  • If you have any questions about our weapons policy, please email info@toomanygames.com.

TooManyGames mission is to bring an enjoyable weekend to all attendees. Our event strives to ensure the safety and inclusion of all attendees.

Review our convention policies before heading to the event.

 

Accessibility

You should ask for assistance if you have a medical or accessibility need. For example, if you have a broken foot and are using crutches to get around, you should ask for assistance. If you are tired from standing all day or have a large bulky costume, unfortunately, our Accessibility Desk will be unable to assist you.

Some medical or accessibility needs that would cover you are listed below. Note this is a small list and serves as examples. If you are unsure if you qualify - please contact us - info@toomanygames.com

  • Condition that limits movement or travel distance
  • A condition that causes pain while walking or standing for long periods of time
  • Heart or lung related conditions
  • Recent Surgery
  • Panic / Anxiety Disorders

Below are some examples that would not qualify for our assistance:

  • Tired
  • Broken Hand or Arm
  • Wearing a big costume (make sure you hydrate!)
  • Not feeling well

We want everyone to have a great time at TooManyGames. Regardless of the above examples, if you begin to feel unwell during the convention, take a break, get some water, or ask a friend or fellow convention attendee for help. If you experience a medical emergency, please call 911 immediately and alert a staff member in the area.

If it’s not easily apparent that you are in need of assistance, we will ask for some kind of explanation of your needs. It’s not required - but nondescript pieces of medical documentation will help us quickly offer accommodations specific to you.

Some examples of medical documentation would be:

  • a doctor's note on script paper
  • prescribed medication for condition in original container, with a label containing your name
  • a note from a hospital or clinic on letterhead or script paper
  • handicap parking identifier
  • Short note from a doctor, clinic, hospital, or therapist on company stationary dated prior to TooManyGames

If you choose to provide documentation, it only needs to indicate that you may need accommodations. We do not need any detailed medical information and are unwilling to accept it due to potential legal liability.

Yes, there are accessible parking spaces in front of the convention center along with on the sides of the building. TooManyGames in 2023 hosted over 20,000 people, so accessible parking availability may be limited.

No. We would love to provide one as this is a question we get a lot. The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center is set up a little differently than normal convention centers. The convention center is a wide vast warehouse that is segregated into 5 different halls. There is no way to create a ‘mobile’ quiet room in this kind of space. There are only a few meeting rooms which are used by staff for operations.

Service animals that meet the ADA definition are permitted. Service animals are defined as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. Emotional support animals are not permitted at our event. Service animals should be under the care of their owners during the event.

Yes. Both standard and folding seat canes are permitted in the entire convention center.

Yes. They are permitted in the entire convention center.

The Expo Center does not have wheelchairs or scooters available. Call them at (484) 382-3221 or email them at contact@phillyexpocenter.com for a list of local suppliers that will rent and deliver scooters to the facility.

Yes. Read below for the different accommodations.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET A CELEBRITY GUEST AT THEIR BOOTH: 

A celebrity guest will have a booth on the show floor. They are all located in Hall B in a row.  If you would like to meet one of these Celebrities here are the steps to take:

1 - Check in at the Accessibility Desk (times vary see above policy)

2 - You will receive a Accessibility Pass

3 - You go to the celebrity guest that you would like to meet.

4 - You will enter into their “VIP LINE” and hand your Accessibility Pass to the volunteer handling that guests VIP line.

5 - You get to meet the guest

Please note:

    • There will be a limited amount of PASSES per CELEBRITY per DAY. These will run out, so if there is a specific guest you would like to meet, make sure you check into the Accessibility Desk in the beginning of the day if possible.

    • The Accessibility Pass will give you access to the celebrity one time, any time throughout the day, with the EXCEPTION of during the celebrity’s designated panel times, lunch, and 1 hour prior to the end of their signing for that day. Meeting times will be listed in Guidebook and at the celebrity’s table.

    • We will be recycling each celebrity's Accessibility Passes to give additional access to all of our accessible guests.

    • This Accessibility Pass doesn’t grant you front line of the VIP line, there is still a possibility that you will have to wait in line, but you won’t have to wait in the regular lines which get very long. You do have the ability to check on the line and then wait for it to get smaller if it is long.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO MEET SOMEONE IN THE “TOOMANYGAMES SIGNING AREA”:

Youtubers and guests who don’t have a dedicated booth on the show floor will have limited designated signing times on the schedule. If you would like to meet one of these guests here are the steps to take:

1 - Check in at the Accessibility Desk (or Help Desk if Accessibility Desk is closed) 30 minutes prior to the signing.

2 - You will receive a Accessibility Pass

3 - At signing time, enter into the VIP LINE and hand your Accessibility Pass to the volunteer handling that guests VIP line.

4 - You get to meet the guest

Please note:

    • There will be a limited amount of PASSES per SIGNING per DAY. These will run out, so if there is a specific guest you would like to meet, make sure you arrive at the Accessibility Desk 30 minutes prior to the signing.

    • The Accessibility Pass will give you access to the celebrity one time, during the signing time. Signing  times will be listed in Guidebook closer to the event.

    • This Accessibility Pass doesn’t grant you front line of the VIP line, there is still a possibility that you will have to wait in line, but you won’t have to wait in the general population lines which get very long.

    • You will need to have entered into the VIP LINE 30 minutes prior to the end of the signing.

Yes. Read below for the different accommodations.

FOR MAIN STAGES: 

You should arrive 30 minutes prior to a panel starting so we can best accommodate you. We will have limited accessible seating on each of the main stages, on a first-come, first-serve basis. Keep in mind all of the events on our main stages are very popular and we will make every effort to help you access the panels that are important to you. When you arrive - find a TooManyGames volunteer (red volunteer shirt). Alert them that you are here for the accessible seating and they will alert you where to go. Each main stage panel will be cleared at the end of the panel, we do not allow seats to be held from panel to panel.

FOR SAPPHIRE, EMERALD, and RUBY STAGES: 

You should arrive 30 minutes prior to a panel starting so we can best accommodate you. We will have limited accessible seating on each of these stages, on a first-come, first-serve basis. These stages typically have smaller crowds than the main stages. When you arrive - find a TooManyGames volunteer (red volunteer shirt). Alert them that you are here for the accessible seating and they will alert you where to go.