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LexiCon Tabletop Game Convention is a fun, friendly gaming convention held for a weekend in beautiful Lexington KY. We’re located at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center, where your hotel room is only a two-minute walk to board games, roleplaying games, free access to LexiCon’s, large library, tournaments, cosplay, excellent venders, game demos, parties, and more. We offer Family Events on Sunday, a large Tiny Towns Tournament, and a great VIP area. There’s plenty to do for individuals and groups.

To ensure a safe environment, we are requiring all participants to be vaccinated. Guests will be required to show proof of vaccination before receiving the badge. The only exception is children under 12 years of age, since vaccinations are not available for them. We know this will be an inconvenience, but it is a necessary one to protect the health and welfare of our guests, and we appreciate your understanding.  Proof can be in the form of physical vaccination card or photo of vaccination card.

Vaccination Requirement Details

LexiCon will be among the first, tabletop gaming conventions to open this year. Providing a safe environment is our priority, so along with proof of vaccination from guests, we have also required our staff and volunteers to be vaccinated. We are capping attendance to 500 guests, adding more space between tables, and providing hand sanitizer in various locations. The good news is since everyone will be vaccinated, we will not require masks.

We are known for great social, gaming parties sponsored by West Sixth Brewing (Oh, yeah!) and being a friendly, regional Con. Board games make up about 60% percent of our events. RPGs make up 40%, and we have a huge space devoted specifically for their use. Add in 30% for other amazing activities, and your weekend adds up to 130% fun!

Registration for this year is open now. Check our Facebook page here for updates!

The Clarion Hotel gives our guests special rates for our gaming weekend, so don’t forget to ask for the LexiCon rate.

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