• Noel Hangar (map)
  • 4501 Wisconsin 66
  • Stevens Point, WI, 54482
  • United States


Trivia Unplugged 2018 will take place Saturday, September 22 from 3-9PM at the Noel Hangar in Stevens Point with tailgating starting at 1PM and registration starting at 1:30PM. Teams may have up to ten members in the competition area and unlimited reserve players in the spectator area.

The total number of teams allowed to register is limited, therefore early registration is encouraged. You can now register online or click here for the 2018 registration form, which needs to be completed and sent to CREATE Portage County, PO Box 565, Stevens Point, WI 54481. Registration is $160 per team in advance; $180, the day of the contest. Registration forms need to be postmarked by Monday, September 17th or submitted to the CREATE office (1039B Ellis Street) by Thursday, September 20th. Please include your check made payable to the CREATE Portage County.

What is Trivia Unplugged? Presented by CREATE Portage County, Trivia Unplugged is an old-school trivia contest with a twist. Competitors are challenged to rely on their own brain power and teamwork to answer questions - no internet, books, or notes of any kind are allowed. Quizmaster Jim "The Oz" Oliva will host the event, in partnership with the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point campus radio 90FM. The Mid-State Sisters of Skate roller derby team will collect trivia answers, Rockman's Catering will have a buffet available for purchase, and participants have the chance to win prizes by entering the Booze Raffle.

The contest starts promptly at 3:00 p.m. with a maximum of ten team members allowed at each table in the competition arena. Alternate team members may be substituted at any time between questions.  A team member leaving the competition room must hand off his or her badge to a substitute team member.  No one may enter the competition area without a badge. Questions will be projected on a screen.  Teams discuss answers among themselves without divulging information to other teams.  The music played will help obscure voices.

Each question will last the length of one song.  When one song is over answer sheets will be collected, the answer announced, and the next question will be asked.  There will be a break at the end of each hour.  During the break, the team ranking will be announced.  At the end of the contest there will be a final rundown of the teams.  Trophies will be awarded at that time.

Reminder:  NO electronic devices (including cell phones) are permitted in the competition area.  It is recommended that phones and other electronic devices are left in vehicles or with a spectator.  Players may leave the competition area at any time to check messages, but may not re-enter until the current question has ended. No paper, pens, or pencils, other than what is provided by CREATE, is allowed.