The SNH Comic Bash in Nashua, NH returns this Saturday, October 3rd! Wow! Hope it was worth the wait!
First off: For easiest access to the admission line, you should find it more convenient to park in the back of the hotel (opposite of the hotel’s front doors). It’s a decent size property so make your way around the building where there’s usually more parking anyway.
Second off: $5 bills ($10 bills for early birds) will absolutely expedite your entry process. PLEASE consider. ATM $20 bills require making change and less contact is a good THING. It is a cash only admission at the door.
We do have a few RULES due to the way THINGS are right now:
- We will be requiring all participants, including staff, vendors and attendees, to wear masks and we ask all to please read the signage as you enter and follow directional traffic signage on the floor.
- Hand sanitizing stations will be located at the admission doors (located in the far back of the hotel) and near the restrooms (opposite back hallway outside of the Granite State Ballroom). We ask that you take advantage of these hand sanitizing stations prior to shopping. It’s the right thing to do for you and our vendors.
- NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR DRINK. We want to see face coverings at all times. It’s a small, brief, show, and if you need to leave to grab a snack or beverage we’ll allow re-entry, you just might have to line back up if we’re at capacity at that time.
- We’ve always been a small show and overcrowding has never been an issue, but we’ll be keeping the head count in check so that we can maintain some social distance.
- Staggered entry, one enters only after one exits, will be put in place if we reach floor capacity, and that’s where buying the “early bird” wristband for $10 could pay off. We’ll start selling those around 8:30-8:45am and we’ll let early birds on the floor at 9:30am sharp, a full half- hour before general admission at 10am.
- Please note our usual hourly raffles have been suspended in order to minimize contact.
- The biggest statement we can make is IF you have ANY signs of illness, such as fatigue, fever, dry cough, or loss of taste/smell, PLEASE STAY HOME! We know it’s a lot so THANK YOU for your time and attention to these very important details.