Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Where do I register for the conference?
Q. How much is the conference?
A. Depends on when you register: First Day is March 8th ($60)
Early Registration is March 9th - May 31st ($75)
Late Registration is June 1st - July 18th ($90)
At the Door ($100)
Q. Is there group registration?
A. Yes, the first person that registers pays the normal price. Each additional person in the group (of two or more) gets $10 off. Bring up to 20 friends for the discounted rate!
Group discounts can only be taken advantage of online. Group discounts are not available the 1st day of registration or at the door.
Q. What if I am only able to come to part of the conference?
A. First dibs goes to full conference registrants, but if space remains you will be able to pay at the door.
$50 for one full day.
$30 for one evening (including general session and late night options).
$20 for evening concert only.
Q. What are the dates of the conference?
A. Thursday, July 20 – Saturday, July 22, 2017
Early check-in will begin Wednesday, July 19th at 7:00pm.
Q. What is the location of the conference?
A. The conference is held at the historic Moody Bible Institute in downtown Chicago at 820 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, IL 60610.
Q: How do I get to Moody Bible Institute from the airport?
A. Please visit Transit Chicago for affordable public transportation from either O'Hare or Midway airports.
Q. Is parking available?
A. Parking will be available on Moody's campus ($20 for a full conference pass or $15 for one day). You can purchase parking with your conference registration or purchase separately.
Q. What about housing?
A. Housing is not provided in the conference registration, but be sure to check out our lodging page for discounted dorm and hotel rates.
Q. What about meals?
A. Meals are not provided by The Legacy Conference. Breakfast and lunch can both be purchased from Moody's cafeteria for about $5. However, if you'd like to get out and experience some of the local Chicago cuisine, there are countless restaurants in the area to choose.
Q. What if I need to cancel my registration?
A. There will be a 10% service charge to cancel either conference or dorm registrations. Although, you can exchange your registration for someone else at no charge (No need to contact us. Just give the name at The Legacy Conference registration table).
There can be no dorm room refunds after Friday, July 7, 2017. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to cancel your registration.
Q. What about the workshops?
A. We have chosen to give Legacy Chicago attendees an opportunity to go deep in regards to building disciples in urban context. We are providing an array of 90 minute workshops on various different topics. More details to come.
Q. What is the target audience?
A. This conference is a discipleship conference. Due to the amount of varying workshop tracks, there will be something for both the new believer and mature believer to grow deeper in their faith. The Legacy Fest on Saturday will be a great place to bring unbelievers.
Q. What is the target age audience?
A. We encourage attendees to be at least 13 years old. The material being covered is rather meaty. Other than that, there is no maximum age.
Q. Is childcare provided?
A. No, sorry. We are unable to provide childcare.
Q. Do I need to register my children?
A. While we encourage attendees to be at least 13 years old due to the content of the conference, we understand that some adults would be unable to attend without their children. If this is the case for you, please feel free to bring your children age 12 and under with you free of charge. But we do ask that you keep your children with you throughout the conference.
Q. If I am an artist, how can I be a part of The Legacy?
A. We will provide details for the annual Rap Showcase and Poetry Slam soon.
Q. What if I am interested in sponsoring or being a vendor?
A. Check out our sponsor page for additional information.
Q. What is the theme to this year’s conference?
A. Over the next four years, The Legacy will be focusing on Acts 2:42 "And they devoted themselves to the apostles' teaching and the fellowship, to the breaking of bread and the prayers".
This year's theme will be Devoted to Doctrine.