When — Competition will commence on Saturday, January 18th and conclude on MLK Day, Monday, January 20, 2020. Registration will open October 1, 2019 through Advanced Event Systems. Though this weekend falls withing a Quiet Period for NCAA Div I this year, we have arranged for players at the Dream to Be Seen by their prospective college coaches, in that every match will be live streamed by Baller TV.
Cost is $625/team.
Where — We will compete in multiple venues throughout the northern suburbs of GMA Atlanta: Suwanee Sports Academy (“SSA”) and other locations as demand dictates
Venues/Waves/Schedule — We will endeavor to post wave and venue predictions a month prior to the event to facilitate hotel arrangements.
The competitive schedule will be posted the weekend prior to the event on AES.
Coaches Meeting — There will be no coaches meeting at this or any of our tournaments. Rather, we will give coaches a coaches packet upon check-in, and it will be upploadable on this website. This packet will contain a detailed description of each division’s format, along with information that will be of use for all tournament participants and spectators.
Gate — Adults will be charged $10/day; $25 for a weekend pass. Children under 10 are free. Wrist bands are honored at all venues.
Hotels — Though the Southern Dream is not a stay-to-play event, we have blocked out rooms close to SSA for the convenience of our guests:
Fairfield Inn & Suites Atlanta Suwanee
105 Celebration Ave, Suwanee, GA 30024
770-932-9292 ($119/night with breakfast included)
At SSA: Team food tables are not permitted. The cafe will be open and offering a wide variety of healthy snacks and food. You may pack food and drink in your backpacks and purses to bring into the facility, but we ask that platters of food, centerpieces, decorations, tables and coolers stay in the car, as the past practice of reserving tables for participating teams has proven to create more problems than it has solved. The tables in the cafe area are to be used by cafe customers. If you choose to sit there, please simply eat your meal and relinquish your seat to another hungry spectator as soon as you are done.
- At JCHS: food tables are permitted but you must bring your own tables.
- Parking at SSA has been expanded. While early-birds should be able to park on site without problem, those arriving later and/or as the a.m. wave is shifting to the p.m.,may have to park at a newly constructed lot across McGinnis Ferry and connected to SSA via tunnel. If you park on Burnette Rd., make sure that your tires are fully off the road and on the shoulder. Please do not park in the parking lot of a nearby business, as they may tow you. Drivers should either come early to get a spot, or drop your passengers off at the front door, but bring your walking shoes.
- Parking at JCHS is plentiful and obvious. .
Artificial Noise — Please do not bring boom boxes, air horns, bells or the like into the gym.
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