The Ultimate Megafort Competition. Photo by Yassine El Mansouri.
In early March, DC residents will have the chance to act like an 8-year-old again.
The National Building Museum announced Tuesday that it is bringing its Ultimate MegaFort tournament back for another year. The idea behind the tournament is pretty simple and may remind you of something you did in your basement years ago after the UPS guy showed up. Teams of upwards of ten people are given one hour to create forts out of cardboard boxes, and then have to defend the fort and the 15-foot area around it from an onslaught of foam balls being hurled by other teams. (Your team is also tasked with hurling foam balls.)
This year’s competition will take place on March 2, and will cost participants $20 unless they are members of the Keystone Society. To buy tickets, click here.
This article originally published at http://dc.urbanturf.com/articles/blog/megafort_competition_returns_to_dc_in_march/10854
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