The Check-In Process
The eastbound Teaster Lane entrance to the LeConte Center parking area provides the shortest path to the registration booth, marked in red above. There is a dedicated parking area marked in green above. The parking will be divided up based on the five vehicle categories, depending on the number of participants in each category. We will direct you to your parking area at the registration booth following check-in.
We recommend arriving early on the days in which you wish to participate. The event itself opens at 9am on both Friday and Saturday, and we recommend arriving prior to the opening time to minimize traffic and allow time for the judges. You may arrive as early as 7am, and we recommend arriving by 8am.
Times are subject to change based on logistical needs. We will likely update our recommendations closer to the date.
If you registered with us on the website, you will have a vehicle number provided to you in your email confirmation as well as in your account page. You may check-in with your vehicle number and driver's license.
Internet reception outside is spotty at best. Please ensure you have your vehicle number(s) either printed or written down.
The driver of the registered vehicle will receive a wristband for entrance at the registration booth. Passengers can receive their own wristbands for event access in one of three ways:
- Cash: There will be cash only booths - marked in blue on the map above - within the Show and Shine area: one cross from the Show and Shine booth and the other on the western corner of the lot.
- Online: If additional tickets were purchased in advance, passengers will need to follow the brown path marked above to enter the center and have tickets scanned.
- Credit Card: Passengers will need to follow the brown path marked above to purchase tickets.
The check-in process is subject to change closer to the day of the event. If you registered in advance online, please check your email for notifications.
Please ensure that email from [email protected] is not being marked as spam.