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Come watch elite travel team basketball all weekend,
August 12-14, 2022 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Hall A

All attendees are to abide by the following guidelines.​

Tickets

  • Tickets can only be purchased online there will be no cash sales

  • The spectator admission fee for this tournament will be $20 per day, $55 for the weekend. 

  • There will be no Ticket Sales on-site.

  • Everyone must have a paid admission ticket.

  • Spectators must present their ID and individually assigned QR code in order to enter

  • All spectators consent to be filmed or photographed upon entering the Walter Washington Convention Center

Safety Protocols

COVID STATEMENT

  • ADG MONEYBALL will abide by the District of Columbia’s health guidelines.​

  • To date, there are no mandates, so we will not be limiting spectators.

  • ADG MONEYBALL will work with Washington DC government to closely monitoring COVID and how it may affect our event both for local and out of state teams. If COVID protocols change, we will update attendees and teams immediately.

  • ADG MONEYBALL encourages any team or attendees who feel more comfortable wearing masks to do so.

  • ADG MONEYBALL ask those who are not vaccinated to wear a mask while at the event.

  • Thank you for your cooperation and consideration

Walter E. Washington Convention Center Health and Safety Information

Events DC Health and Safety Procedure

Spectator/Parent Code of Conduct

  • By entering the facility, all spectators agree to abide by our Spectators Code of Conduct.  Spectators also understand that they attend ADG MONEYBALL at their own risk. Children not participating on a team entered in the event must always be under the supervision of their parents. The venue is not to be considered an open play area. Courts and free space within the facility are not designated or designed for general child-play activities and should be used for event-related activities only.

  • Any code of conduct broken at this event can lead to immediate removal from the building. 

  • All persons entering ADG MONEYBALL understand and agree to the following Code of Conduct as a condition of attendance:

    • I WILL:

      • Abide by the rules of MONEYBALL and its organizers as well as the Walter Washington Convention Center

      • Display good sportsmanship at all times

      • Educate myself on the unique rules of this facility and abide by them.

      • Generate goodwill by being polite and respectful to those around me at this event.

      • Notify the Event Director and/or Program Administrator in the event that I witness any
        illegal activity.

      • Acknowledge that the spectator seating around the courts is for the primary use of those watching the games in progress.

      • Acknowledge that spectators may rightfully choose to remain in a seat for an entire game.

    • I WILL NOT:

      • Harass or intimidate the officials, including players, coaches, referees, and scorekeepers.

    • Bring and/or carry any firearms

    • Use tobacco products or illegal drugs on the premises

    • Bring, purchase, or consume alcohol

Prohibited Items

We are striving to make our events as enjoyable and safe for all attendees and participants. Therefore, spectators are prohibited from bringing the following items into the Walter E. Washington Convention Center:

  • Personal Seats and chairs 

  • Coolers 

  • Personal transportation devices (i.e. hover boards, skateboards, etc.) 

  • Oversized bags or luggage 

  • Outside food  

  • All tobacco products – including e-Cigarettes and vaping products 

  • Alcoholic beverages 

  • Loud noise makers 

  • Balloons 

  • Other items as determined by the staff.

 

If you are asked to remove an item from the playing facility, you must do so immediately, or you will be removed from the event. Please be aware that District of Columbia laws for the right to carry any of the items listed above into public areas do not apply once you are admitted through the doors of the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.