Gen Con, “The Best Four Days in Gaming,” is proud to announce that Grammy Award winning recording artists They Might Be Giants will play an exclusive concert to celebrate Gen Con 50 on the evening of Thursday, August 17 at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. Concert details will finalize in the coming weeks with Gen Con attendees able to purchase tickets beginning with Gen Con 50 Event Registration on Sunday, May 28 at noon (Eastern) at gencon.com.
“Gen Con attendees are some of the most passionate, loyal people in the world, and we wanted to create yet another memorable, ‘can’t miss experience’ for them for Gen Con 50,” said Adrian Swartout, CEO/Owner of Gen Con. “They Might Be Giants has an impressive catalog of music that spans decades, and we hope that this concert sparks wonderful new memories for gamers of all ages.”
This concert represents Gen Con’s first usage of Indianapolis’ Bankers Life Fieldhouse, home to the NBA’s Indiana Pacers. The convention currently uses the entire Indiana Convention Center, Lucas Oil Stadium, and seven participating hotel convention spaces.
Gen Con 50 will take place from August 17-20 in Indianapolis. Badges are available at gencon.com.
“Catch them if you can — their live shows always deliver.” – USA Today
About Gen Con
Gen Con LLC produces the largest consumer hobby, fantasy, science fiction, and adventure game convention in North America, Gen Con, The Best Four Days in Gaming!™. Acquired in 2002 by former CEO and founder of Wizards of the Coast, Peter Adkison, the company is headquartered in Seattle, Washington. Last year’s Gen Con featured attendees from all 50 states, each Canadian province, and more than 60 countries. Celebrating 50 years in 2017, Gen Con 50 will be sponsored by Mayfair Games, Paizo, Inc., and Rio Grande Games.
About They Might Be Giants
They Might Be Giants have been delivering highly energetic, highly melodic, and highly imaginative music for more than thirty years. They write, record, and perform continuously. Brooklyn’s original alternative rockers have made more than a dozen albums, sold more than a million, and won a couple of Grammys. They have created DVD and book projects for kids, and contributed themes and songs to numerous television and film projects.