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LaxCon 2016 Coming To Baltimore!

200px-Lacrosse_pictogram.svgLacrosse fans of the DC Metro area can now rejoice because the annual US Lacrosse Convention and Fan Fest is rapidly approaching – and it’s coming back to Baltimore January 22-24th! LaxCon is the sport’s largest season kick-off event featuring educational events, a trade show and more than 200 expert speakers all weekend long.

Registration is now open for both members and non-members of US Lacrosse, and an all-access pass will get you unlimited entry to the entire schedule of events, including Fan Fest. From 11am-5pm on Saturday, Fan Fest will take over the Baltimore Convention Center’s expo hall for all ages to explore and relish in all things lacrosse. There will be exhibitors for you to purchase the latest and greatest uniforms and gear, live demonstrations to pick up a new trick or two and even opportunities to get autographs from members of TEAM USA and other top players in the league.

And the excitement doesn’t end there! For those traveling from out of town, and even for those locals who simply want an escape from home, look no further for a great Baltimore hotel for LaxCon. Holiday Inn Express Baltimore At The Stadiums is less than a 5-minute drive from the convention center, and if you’d rather park your car and be chauffeured, our free hotel shuttle has you covered! You can enjoy lacrosse during the day and later enjoy the finest Baltimore restaurants during the evening. Or if you’d honestly just rather re-group and relax, our spacious and comfortable rooms can provide just the atmosphere.

LaxCon in Baltimore is coming. Let Holiday Inn Express Baltimore At The Stadiums make your experience an unforgettable one.

LaxCon is the largest gathering platform for the lacrosse community with the last four year’s conventions each bringing in more than 7,000 participants. For more information, visit uslacrosse.org/laxcon.


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