I love tent time. We set up a tent (and get the Genji or otherwise pop up tent: it will save you from a LOT of cussing! We're getting one soon-ish. We've got a small 2 person tent & a larger 4 person tent), go in and I put their pouch in between 2 shirts.
At around 9 pm, I slowly turn the pouch inside out (if they don't come out on their own). Sometimes, they just snuggle but just be careful not to peek in at them too much or THEY WILL CRAB at you! LOL! It may be YOUR shirt but as far as they're concerned, it's THEIR POUCH!
To put them up, just lift up your outer shirt and offer them their pouch. You may have to use treats to get them to go in there though it can be frustrating because sometimes they will grab the treat and RUN out of their pouch to eat it! LMAO! Just be patient. They will go back into their pouch as it stinks of their smell & is familiar to them. (Whatever you do, don't chase them around. Just lay down the pouch and give them some space so they feel safe enough to go in there.)
Make sure it's on a night that you don't mind being up til, say, maybe midnight, if they keep you in there.
Bring a bottle of water or soda for you just in case you get thirsty.
We also have the mesh part of the tent facing the tv so we have something to do. Ignoring them sometimes is the best thing to do to get them to interact with you. (they're like cats in that sense! If you keep chasing them around, trying to get them to be your buddy, they get scared and don't want anything to do with you. But if you ignore them JUST ENOUGH, they get curious and wanna see what's your deal.)
EARLY ON, I'd say treat them like crazy. That way, they know you are the bringer of food, not someone who wants to MAKE THEM FOOD.
If you give live mealies, you may want to try using tweezers to give them (one of my boys is VERY mealie aggressive--and it's nothing personal--he just goes NUTS for them and starts biting blind) OR use a plastic condiment cup and just offer mealies to them from there. (Have plenty as back up so everyone gets mealies.)
Get your scent on everything! Before you put in a new pouch, rub your hands thoroughly in there. Before you put in bracelets and rings, rub your hands over them thoroughly. If possible, hand make your toys, cage sets, etc. That is a great way for them to smell you and associate you with home.