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This page lists North Carolina and southern Virginia area train shows, meets and conventions, plus important regional and national shows and conventions in chronological order. All shows have operating layouts. Most also have dealer tables.

Train shows are open to the public, unless otherwise noted; admission is charged at entry. Meets and Conventions generally require advance registration, although many also have portions, such as a train show, open to the public. Check on the listing for more information and a contact to the organizing group.

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Second Saturday of Each Month

Wade's Train Town

Location: Brookford Community Center
1700 South Center Street
Hickory, NC 28602

Hours: 10:00am – 2:00pm

Wade's Train Town is a large HO scale model railroad display layout located in the Brookford Town Center. It was built by Wade Warren, who died in 1995. Since then the layout has been cared for by several groups. In mid 2006 the Carolina Southern Division of the NMRA's Mid-Eastern Region was granted access to the layout for restoration and preservation.

The layout was essentially complete and scenicked with dozens of structures, most with operating lights and other features. Two main lines circled the layout and were operational, and there was a respectable stock of locomotives and rolling stock. Work has been underway to clean, repair, restore, refurbish and upgrade the layout, a process which still continues. In addition contemporary electrical equipment and scenery materials are being applied to the layout, as well as some additional trackwork.

Trains are running during each session the layout is open to the public.

The following map shows the location of the Brookford Town Center, which is near the intersection of I-40 and US #321.

Brookford Map

More information, plus links to layout photos, is available at http://www.carolinasouthern.org/TrainTown.htm.

Volunteer restorers are welcome to participate in the continuing restoration of this layout. Contact Rick Knight at traintown@carolinasouthern.org.




April 12, 2014

Springmoor Life Care Retirement Community

1500 Sawmill Road
Raleigh, NC 27615

The North Raleigh Model Railroad Club's T-TRAK layout will be located in the home, and will be open all day Saturday. No charge.

This show is not open to the public — club members, residents, family and friends may attend.



April 12, 2014

12th Annual North Carolina Railroad Expo

Sponsored by the Alexander Chapter, National Railroad Historical Society

Hickory Metro & Convention Center
Interstate 40 Exit 125 (Lenoir-Rhyne Boulevard)
Hickory, North Carolina

Hours: 9:00am — 3:00pm

Admission: $5 Adult, under 12 Free. Free parking.

This show feartures operating model layouts, and 250+ tables of railroadiana, video, shirts, collectibles and models. For more information call (828) 244-6944, email Matt at matt@tarheelpress.com, or click the following link: www.tarheelpress.com/Trainshow/.



TCA Logo

Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Train Collectors Association
Southeastern Division
Toy Train Sale

Sale & Display Items: Lionel, MTH, K-Line, Weaver, Atlas, Williams, American Flyer, Marklin, Ives, Marx, LGB, Aristocraft, Bachmann, Varney — Track, Switches, Accessories, Replacement Parts & other toy train related items.

Features over 100 tables of toy trains & related Items, plus door prizes and operating layouts. Raffle prize drawing of Lionel 9-1632 Santa Fe Work Train Service Station Set at 3:00pm.

Kids Train Races — bring your favorite racing engine.

Scenery Workshop with Tom Staley of Tom's Train Station.
 

Kerr Scott Building
NC State Fairgrounds
Raleigh, North Carolina

Hours: 10:00am – 3:30pm
Admission: 13 years and up: $5.00 ($4.00 with flyer or newspaper ad)
Under 13 with adult — Free

 
For more information visit the Southeastern Division web-site at http://www.se-tca.org.



Saturday May 10, 2014

7th Annual
National Train Day
Raleigh, Cary & Durham Stations

Trains take us where we need to go, want to go. They remind us of what other lives seen only out the window look like. They employ our townspeople, bring passengers with a few extra dollars to spend into local coffee shops, draw activity to sleepy downtowns, attract funds to the roads and buildings around the stations. They bring us to school, to work, to visit a friend in need. They connect our towns together. They connect us to each other. They tell the American story.

And that is why trains matter to us all.

Join us on May 10, 2014 at the seventh annual National Train Day to show that trains matter to you, your town, and your community. Attend an event in Raleigh, Cary and/or Durham.

Raleigh

Cary

Durham

320 West Cabarrus Street
Raleigh NC 27601
Hours: 10:00am – 3:00pm

211 North Academy Street
Cary NC 27513
Hours: 10:00am – 3:00pm

601 West Main Street, Suite 103
Durham NC 27701
Hours: 9:00am – 2:30pm

The North Raleigh Model Railroad Club will feature our T-TRAK layout and Junior Engineer layout at Durham Station.



May 16 – 18, 2014

Cass Railfan Weekend 2014
Return to Spruce and Beyond
Geared Steam Photo Spectacular

Cass, West Virginia

Three Great Days of Mountain Railroading in Cass, West Virginia — Steam and Diesel

Friday, May 16: Bald Knob

  • Cass to Bald Knob and Return.
  • Photo runbys at Old Spruce.
  • Concluding with Dinner and a Night Photo Session by Steve Barry (Editor, Railroad & Railfan Magazine).

Saturday, May 176: Return to Spruce and Beyond

  • Multiple locomotive line-ups between Cass Depot and the Water Tank.
  • Trip to Spruce with new photo locations.
  • Night photo session at Cass Depot by Steve Barry (Editor, Railroad & Railfan Magazine).

Sunday, May 18: Whittaker Station & Camp One

  • Triple locomotive race in the morning light.
  • Trains to Whittaker Station with multiple photo runbys.
  • Return to Cass.

Tickets and Information
Tickets and reservations are obtained through the Cass Scenic Railroad State Park, PO Box 130, Green Bank WV, 24944. Or, call toll-free 1-800-225-5982; ask for Cass Scenic Railroad. Credit and debit cards are accepted. Office hours: Monday to Saturday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, Sunday 8:30 to 12:30 pm. Also check the web site at http://www.msrlha.org/rfw/index.html. The web site also provides hotel and food information.

Price of a ticket is $250.00 for all three days, including both night photo sessions. Ticket includes Friday breakfast and box lunch, Saturday and Sunday box lunches, and both night photos sessions. There are no Saturday-only tickets.




May 29 — June 1, 2014
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North Carolina Transportation Museum
Historic Spencer Shops
"Streamliners at Spencer"

Southern Railway Spencer Shops
411 S. Salisbury Street
(Exit 79 on Interstate 85)
Spencer, NC 28159

The N.C. Transportation Museum Will Gather Locomotives of the 1930s – 1950s Together For An Once-In-A-Lifetime Event

The N.C. Transportation Museum's next major railroad event, "Streamliners at Spencer," will be a four-day festival for lovers of classic streamlined locomotives of the 1930s through the 1950s. These engines will be gathered around the 37-stall Robert Julian Roundhouse turntable for daytime portraits, special operations, nighttime photos and more. Primarily a railroad photography event, "Streamliners at Spencer" is sure to be a rail fan's delight.

 
Popular in the 1940s and 1950s, more than 8,000 Electro-Motive Division streamliners, or "cab units," were built with additional locomotives coming from Alco, Baldwin, and Fairbanks-Morse. These locomotives replaced steam power and pulled great passenger trains like the Crescent, the Champion, the Broadway Limited, among others.

"They developed a loyal following thanks to their smooth shape, colorful paint schemes, and their look of speed," said Trains magazine Editor Jim Wrinn, also a N.C. Transportation Museum Foundation vice president. "2014 is a great time to recognize them as the year marks the 75th anniversary of the first such successful diesel freight locomotive—the FT demonstrator of 1939."

Despite the popularity of these locomotives in their day, Wrinn says, "Today they're all gone except for a few dozen in museums, on Class I railroads as executive units, and on tourist railroads and short lines as curiosities." The museum's own Atlantic Coast Line E3, the Southern Railway E8, and Southern Railway FP7 will serve as the event's host locomotives.

The museum's goal will be to bring as many streamlined units together as possible for an event on par with 2012's Norfolk Southern Heritage Locomotive Family Portrait. Attending locomotives are being confirmed and transported in cooperation with Norfolk Southern Corp. More details will be announced as the summer comes to an end with a great slate of visiting streamliners expected. Those wishing to stay up-to-date should either visit www.nctrans.org and check the event tab or follow the museum on Facebook at "N.C. Transportation Museum."

As of April 17 the following locomotives are announced for this event:

Atlantic Coast Line E3 No. 501 (Purple & Silver)

Southern Railway FP7 No. 6133 (Green & Gold)

Southern Railway E8 No. 6900 (Southern Crescent Colors)

Norfolk Southern F9 No. 4270 (Tuxedo Paint Scheme)

Norfolk Southern F9 No. 4271 (Tuxedo Paint Scheme)

Pennsylvania Railroad E8 No. 5711 (Tuscan Red)

Pennsylvania Railroad E8 No. 5809 (Tuscan Red)

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F3 No. 663

Delaware, Lackawanna & Western F3 No. 664

New York, New Haven & Hartford FL9 No. 2019

Wabash F7A No. 1189

Canadian National FPA4 No. 6789

Reading F7A No. 204

SOO Line FP7 No. 2500

Pan Am Railways FP9 No. PAR-1

Wabash E8A No. 1009

Iowa Pacific E8A No. 515

Potomac Eagle (B&O) F7A No. 722

Potomac Eagle (C&O) F7A No. 8016

Norfolk & Western (N&W) Class J 4-8-4 No. 611

Union Pacific (UP) E9A No. 949

Chicago & North Western (C&NW) F7A No. 411


In addition to the diesel streamliners, two exhibit trains will also be at the MUseum for the weekend. They are:

  • The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Display Train will consist of two locomotives, a baggage/lounge car and two coach cars. Each locomotive on the NCDOT system is named for a city along the Raleigh-to-Charlotte rail corridor and numbered for that city's year of incorporation. The City of Salisbury #1755 and the City of High Point #1859, both F59PH's) will pull the train, with the coaches and baggage/lounge car serving as displays — the Pamlico Sound, the Carolina Lily and the Scotch Bonnet will be open to visitors with video and PowerPoint presentations available.

  • The Amtrak Exhibit Train may be familiar to N.C. Transportation Museum patrons, as it visited the site as the Amtrak 40th Anniversary Exhibit Train in 2011. With new displays and materials, the train continues to travel the country, renamed the Amtrak Exhibit Train, telling the story of Amtrak through artifacts, memorabilia and interactive exhibits. Three exhibit cars plus a gift shop, offering T-shirts, hats, posters, books and jackets, will be available to Streamliners at Spencer attendees.



June 14 – 15, 2014

Windsor Point Retirement Home
Model Railroad Show

Windsor Point Retirement Home
1221 Broad Street (Hwy. 55)
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 28409

This show features the North Raleigh Model Railroad Club's operating NTRAK layout.

Hours, Saturday and Sunday: 10:00am – 5:00pm

This show is for residents of Windsor Point and is not open to the public.



June 21, 2014

North Carolina Rail Fair
11th Annual Model Train & Railroad Artifact Show & Sale

Sponsored by Golden Spike Enterprises, Inc.

Location: Metrolina Expo Trade Center, Building One
7100 Statesville Road
Charlotte, NC 28268
(3 miles north of I-77 and I-85 intersection, off I-77 at Exit 16)

Over 200 tables of model trains and railroad collectibles for sale, plus operating layouts.

Hours: 9:00am – 4:00pm
Admission: $7.00, Children under 12 free.

More information at www.gserr.com.




June 25 — 29, 2014

NCTM Logo

Roanoke Convention Logo

N Scale Enthusiast
22nd Annual
2014 National N Scale Convention

Sheraton Roanoke Hotel & Conference Center
2801 Hershberger Road
Roanoke, V A

There will be a Public Train Show on June 27 – 28, 2014.

You do not need to be a member of N Scale Enthusiast to attend the Convention, but you must register to attend and take part in Convention activities. Attendance at the Train Show will be $8.00.

More details about this Convention will be available this Fall.

Visit the Convention web-site at www.nationalnscaleconvention.com/.



Cleveland Convention Logo

NMRA Logo     NTS Logo

July 13 – 19, 2014

National Model Railroad Association (NMRA)
National Convention & Train Show

Convention Activities
New Cleveland Convention Center
300 Lakeside Avenue
Cleveland OH 44114
Phone: (216) 928-1600

The National Train Show will be held at the New Cleveland Convention Center.

  

Convention Hotel
Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center
127 Public Square
Cleveland OH 44114
Phone: (216) 696-9200
and
Renaissance Cleveland Hotel
24 Public Square
Cleveland OH 44113
Phone: (216) 696-5600

Check the convention's web-site at http://www.2014cleveland.org/.

NMRA National Conventions feature Rail Clinics, Prototype Tours, Model Layout Tours, Non-Rail Activities, Fan Trips, Contests, SIG Activities, the Company Store and the National Train Show.

The National Train Show on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, July 18, 19 and 20, 2014 is designed to promote the hobby of model railroading to the public, and consists of three parts:

  • The best model railroads of all scales on display for the public at large.
  • Industry manufacturers, publishers and railroad-related organizations display their products and converse with their customers.
  • Dealers and organizations selling their products and memberships.


Capitol Limited 2014 Convention Logo

August 7 – 10, 2014

Capitol Limited N Scale East

"The Big Daddy of N Scale Conventions"

Northern Virginia NTRAK, in partnership with Greenberg Train Shows, present the return of their hugely popular and wildly successful convention from 2004, Capitol Limited N Scale East 2014.

Location

Convention Hotel

Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153

Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles
14750 Conference Center Drive
Chantilly, VA 20151

The Convention will feature several operating NTRAK and T-TRAK layouts, Clinics on model railroading, Auctions, Home Layout Tours, Prototype Tours, Model Train Vendors and Manufacturers,and Layouts in other scales.

Make it a family affair. The convention will have special prearranged excursions just for families, and it is near Washington, D.C., with all it national museums and other attractions.

For more information go to www.bigtrainlayout.org.



August 9 – 10, 2014

Greenberg's Train & Toy Show

Location: Dulles Expo Center
4320 Chantilly Shopping Center
Chantilly, VA 20153

Hours, both days: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Admission: $7.00, Children under 12 free.
More information at www.greenbergshows.com

Greenberg shows offer the following attractions:

  • A large marketplace of train, toy and hobby dealers. In general between 200-500 tables of train dealers offer an extremely competitive marketplace at every show. Purchase items at excellent prices, locate a hard to find item, see new products, or get ideas.

  • The show offers a variety of operating model railroad and toy train layouts for the entire family to enjoy.

  • Learn more about the hobby through informative presentations on a variety of model railroad and toy train topics.

  • This is the place if you are looking to dispose of an old toy train. You can get appraisals and get offers from multiple dealers all under one roof.

  • Each show features a test track, so you can be sure your purchases function properly before you leave.



August 9, 2014

The 36th Annual
Lynchburg Rail Day
Sponsored by the Blue Ridge Chapter, National Railway Historical Society

Boonsboro Ruritan Club
1065 Coffee Road
Lynchburg, VA 24503-5020

Hours: 9:00am – 3:00pm

Admission: $6.00. Special Family Admission: $10.00. Children 12 and under free with paying adult.

Lynchburg Rail Day is an annual gathering of people interested in Railroads. People come together with interests in today's operating railroads, history of the railroads, model railroading in various scales (electric and live steam), or collecting railroad artifacts/memorabilia. Many of the people who come have long running interest in railroading while others are just starting to find out how fascinating the various rail hobbies can be. Some find items to buy from vendors who come from various cities and towns along the east coast. Others come to watch operating model rail exhibits. Others bring their children to operate (play) with floor trains. Others come to swap railroad stories. Some come to enter models or photographs in a public contest. Others enjoy talking with representatives from various rail historical societies, museums, or ongoing rail restorations. Others come to attend classroom visual presentations on various topics from railroad operations to modeling techniques. There are door prizes and refreshments to add to the festive experience.

This show features operating layouts in all scales, model railroad and hobby vendors, model and photography exposition, clinics, white elephant table, railroad slide shows, and door prizes and raffles. Freshly prepared food and beverages are available all day.

For more information and detailed directions to the Boonsboro Raritan Club see http://www.blueridgenrhs.org/rail_day.htm.



TCA Logo

Sunday, August 17, 2014

The Train Collectors Association
Southeastern Division
Toy Train Sale

Sale & Display Items: Lionel, MTH, K-Line, Weaver, Atlas, Williams, American Flyer, Marklin, Ives, Marx, LGB, Aristocraft, Bachmann, Varney — Track, Switches, Accessories, Replacement Parts & other toy train related items.

Features over 100 tables of toy trains & related Items, plus door prizes and operating layouts. Raffle prize drawing of Lionel Dale Earnhardt Train Set at 3:00pm.

Kids Train Races — bring your favorite racing engine.

Scenery Workshop with Tom Staley of Tom's Train Station.
 

Kerr Scott Building
NC State Fairgrounds
Raleigh, North Carolina

Hours: 10:00am – 3:30pm
Admission: 13 years and up: $6.00 ($5.00 with flyer or newspaper ad)
Under 13 with adult — Free

 
For more information visit the Southeastern Division web-site at http://www.se-tca.org.



August 23 – 24, 2014
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North Carolina Transportation Museum
Historic Spencer Shops
Model Train Show

Southern Railway Spencer Shops
411 S. Salisbury Street
(Exit 79 on Interstate 85)
Spencer, NC 28159

Saturday, August 24: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday, August 25: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Show Admission
Adults: $5 plus Museum admission ($11)
Kids 12 & Under: Museum admission only ($4)
Free parking

This show will feature two full days of model train layouts, model train and railroad memorabilia vendors, kids activities and model clinics.

For more information call 704-636-2889 x 239 or connect to the Museum's web-site at: http://nctrans.org.



Ole 97 Logo

Old 97 Wreck

September 26 – 27, 2014

Danville's Old 97 Rail Days
111th Anniversary

Danville Science Center
Old Pepsi Building
The Crossing at the Dan
677 Craghead Street
Danville, VA 24541
Phone: 434-791-5160
Web: dsc.smv.org.

Hours: Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am – 3:00pm

Visit Danville Web Site

DanvilleThe Old 97, a Southern Railway mail train en route to Spencer, NC, derailed at Stillhouse Trestle near Danville, Virginia, on September 27, 1903, killing 11. The event served as an inspiration for songwriters and balladeers, and the result is the now-famous "Wreck of the Old 97". The Centennial Commemoration of the Wreck of the Old 97 was held on September 27, 2003 at the Crossing at the Dan. The event was organized by Lawrence McFall of the Danville Historical Society in conjunction with the Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department of the City of Danville. The celebration has turned into an annual event to be held on the fourth weekend in September.

The show will feature an operating NTRAK layout (located in the old Pepsi Bottling Plant) and a display of railroad-related items and other model railroad exhibits. This event is sponsored by the Danville Science Center with the participation of Richmond Area NTRAK, Lynchburg Area N-Scalers, North Raleigh Model Railroad Club, New Jersey Southern and South Hampton Roads NTRAK.

For more information on the train show and other events during the Old 97 Rail Days go to the Visit Danville web site.



October 4, 2014

Town of Selma, NC
Rail Day 2014

Selma Union Depot and Downtown Selma
Selma, NC

The North Raleigh Model Railroad Club NTRAK layout will be located in the Visitor Center (old Courthouse Building) on Anderson Street, and will be open all day Saturday. No charge.

The layout will also be open for Selma area school children on Friday, October 3, 2014



French Broad eNpire

October 11 – 12, 2014

French Broad e'N'pire NTRAK Club
Autumn Rails 2014
All Scales Model Railroad Show

 
Expo Building
Western North Carolina Agricultural Center
1301 Boyleston Highway, Gate 5
Fletcher, NC 28732

Hours: 10:00am – 5:00pm (Saturday) & Noon – 3:00pm (Sunday)
Admission: Teens & Adults $6.00 for both days, Children under 12 and Scouts in uniform free.

The show will feature operating NTRAK, HO, S, O and #1 Scale layouts, 90 – 100 tables of model railroad equipment and supplies in all scales from Z to G, railroad memorabilia, clothing items and railroad art. There will be door prizes.

The WNC Agricultural Center is located on Boyleston Highway. From Asheville take Interstate 26 Eastbound (i.e. South) to exit 40. Make a right turn onto Airport Boulevard at the end of the ramp. After passing Fanning Bridge Road turn left into Gate 5. From Hendersonville take Interstate 26 West (i.e. North) to exit 40. Make a left turn onto Airport Boulevard at the end of the ramp. After passing Fanning Bridge Road turn left into Gate 5...

Dealers (tables $30/8' table) should contact Chuck Place at 828-685-2726, by Email at hmp3@blueridge.net, or by US Mail at: 1396 Spicer Cove Road, Hendersonville, NC 28792.

For more information go to the Club's web site at www.fbe-ntrak.com.



NRV Logo

October 16 – 19, 2014

National Model Railroad Association (NMRA)
Mid-Eastern Region (MER) Convention
Hub City 2014

Ramada Plaza Hotel
1718 Underpass Way
Hagerstown, MD 21740
(301) 797-2500

Hosted by the South Mountain Division, Mid-Eastern Region, NMRA

The South Mountain Division invites you to come to Maryland for the 2014 MER Convention to be held the second weekend in October (16-19) 2014. We have scheduled four days of model railroading activities: clinics, contests, modular layouts, a live auction, layout tours, prototype tours, a banquet with featured speaker, awards presentation, non rail activities and a train show. There will be much to see, learn, do and enjoy.

Many clinics and several prototype tours are lined up, along with an extensive self-guided tour of home layouts in the area. Operating sessions are being planned, including operations on the layouts at the Train Show. The usual NMRA contests will be held. Festivities include a banquet with a featured after dinner speaker, followed by the usual auction.

Activities will center around the Ramada Plaza Hotel in Hagerstown, Maryland. The hotel is located just off Interstate 81, just north of Interstate 70. Nearby are many eating establishments and regional shopping centers to accommodate other needs.

For more information and registration go to http://mer.nmra.org/MERConv/MERConv.html.



NRV Logo

November 8 – 9, 2014

Thirtieth Annual
Neuse River Valley Model Railroad Club
Trains & Railroadiana Show and Sale

The Largest, Longest Running Model Train Show of its Kind in North Carolina.
 

 
Operating Layouts: O-27, S, HO, N, Z and Large Scale (Garden), Memorabilia, Vendors, Full-size model of Thomas the Tank Engine
 

Exhibition Building
NC State Fairgrounds
Raleigh, North Carolina

Hours, both days: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Admission: 6 years and up: $6.00 (covers both days)
Under ten with adult — Free

 
For more information visit the NRV show web-site at http://www.nrvshow.org or write to George W. Lasley at P.O. Box 19573, Raleigh, NC 27619-9573.



TCA Logo

Saturday & Sunday, December 6 – 7, 2014

The Train Collectors Association
Southeastern Division
Toy Train Sale

Sale & Display Items: Lionel, MTH, K-Line, Weaver, Atlas, Williams, American Flyer, Marklin, Ives, Marx, LGB, Aristocraft, Bachmann, Varney — Track, Switches, Accessories, Replacement Parts & other toy train related items.

Features over 100 tables of toy trains & related Items, plus door prizes and operating layouts. Raffle prize drawing of Lionel 6-33177 #2124W GG-1 Passenger Train Set on Sunday at 3:00pm.

Kids Train Races — bring your favorite racing engine (loaners available).
 

Kerr Scott Building
NC State Fairgrounds
Raleigh, North Carolina

Hours: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Donation: 13 years and up: $6.00 ($5.00 with flyer or newspaper ad)
Under 13 with adult — Free

 
For more information visit the Southeastern Division web-site at http://www.se-tca.org.



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NMRA National, NTRAK & N Scale Enthusiast Conventions

Year NMRA National Convention NTRAK Convention N Scale Enthusiast

2014

Cleveland, OH

July 13 – 20

Chantilly, VA

August 7 – 10

Roanoke, VA

June 25 – 29

2015

Portland, OR

August 23 – 30

TBD

2015

TBD

2015

2016

Indianapolis, IN

July 3 –10

TBD

2016

TBD

2016

2017

Orlando, FL

TBD

TBD

2017

TBD

2016

2018

Kansas City

TBD

TBD

2018

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