Sunday, July 16
5pm - midnight.
21+.
$16 advance;
$20 day of show Gen. Adm.
Robot Happy Hour begins at 5pm. Contest judging is at 9:30pm.

Spectators and Victims: buy your advance tickets above. Admission includes two robot drink chips!

Robots and Builders: Sign up at the registration page.

Our Contestants so far:

Beerbot: It follows...
Chassis: Shiny and mobile!
Kamikaze Blaster: Stand back!
Schrödinger's Martini: A superposition of wet and dry!
Sir Mix-a-Bot: Beware the wormhole effect!
Steve the Bartending Robot
TikiTron: Prepare your sacrifice!
Tipsy Train: LEGO of your inhibitions!
Whiskeyball: The excitement of Skee-Ball and cocktails!
Plus an exhibition by last year's 1st place winner:
N. E. BREE-8: Three Laws Compliant!

Our Judges:

Doug Dalton (Bourbon & Branch)
Karen Marcelo (Survival Research Labs / Dorkbot)
Ginger Larsen (Facebook Games)

Cup Bearer to the Court of Prince Robot IV:

MC Kingfish (Hubba Hubba Revue)
Do you have a drink-serving robotic contraption whose powers of automated intoxication must be shared with the world? Have you created a pulsing, apocalyptic juggernaut of booze and steel?

Can it go the distance? Do you think your cocktail robot has a chance at winning the title of Best Robot Bartender?

We at DNA Lounge cordially invite you to bring your cocktail robot to our fine establishment for a night of Robot Happy Hour -- and to enter the fourth annual Cocktail Robotics Grand Challenge.

We supply the booze and you bring a robot bartender with whom you'll wow, delight, and intoxicate attendees -- and our panel of celebrity judges.

• First place: $1,000 cash!
• Second place: $700 cash!
• Third place: $300 cash!

Spectators and Victims:

$16 advance, $20 day of show. Admission includes two robot drink chips to spend at any cocktail robot. Additional drink chips will be available for $6 each. Human attendees must be 21 or older.

Robots and Builders:

The contest entry fee is $45 per robot. This also includes entry to the event for your build team.

Judging will be based on:

Style and Grace: How clever, how dapper is that robot of yours?

Efficiency of Intoxication: Are the drinks it makes good?

Full-Assery: The opposite of halfassery. Does the infernal device actually work, or do you have to stand there tweaking it constantly?

This Will End Badly: Extra consideration will be given for terrible ideas and Mad Science.

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