The Gathering (abbreviated as "TG" for short) is one of the largest computer parties in the world. It is held annually in Vikingskipet Olympic Arena in Hamar, Norway, and lasts for five consecutive days (starting on the Wednesday in Easter each year). Every year, TG attracts more than ~5200 (mostly young) people, and the demand seems to be several times higher (see the ticket sale controversy below).
The Gathering is a Dutch band which came to fame in the second half of 1990s with vocalist Anneke van Giersbergen.
The Gathering is a 2002 thriller/horror film directed by Brian Gilbert and starring Christina Ricci.
The Gathering is a psychedelic trance album by the Israeli project Infected Mushroom. The album forms dark and organic atmospheres that are usual in every Goa or psychedelic trance album. Fans have considered this the "Infected Mushroom's darkest album to date".
The Gathering is an album by thrash metal band Testament.
The Gathering is an Australian young adults' novel written by nationally renowned fantasy author Isobelle Carmody. First published by Puffin Books, Australia in 1993, the book was a joint recipient of the 1993 Children's Peace Literature Award and was shortlisted by the Children's Book Council of Australia. In 1994, the novel was also integrated into the literature curriculum for the junior years of Secondary Education in the state of Victoria, Australia.
The Gathering is the title of a two-part episode in the second season of the Disney animated television series Gargoyles. Within the context of the show, it is also the name of a reunion of all the children of Oberon begun in that episode. So notable was the episode in the chronology of Gargoyles that fans of the series now use the name "http://www.gatheringofthegargoyles.com The Gathering" for their annual convention.
The Gathering is a Big Finish Productions audio drama based on the long-running British science fiction television series Doctor Who.