Northwest Pinball and Arcade Show June 6-8 in Tacoma

The 2014 Northwest Pinball & Arcade Show will take placeJune 6th-8th at the Tacoma Convention Center. It’s the same venue as last year, but it will be in a larger room for more games, people and vendors! It has cheap parking close by, great mass transit access, two nice close hotels, Wi-Fi, food and beverages, including beer and wine, on site!

Pinball and arcade showThe show is a family friendly event that will feature 400 pinball and arcade games all set on free play! Over the weekend there will be guest speakers and personalities from the world of pinball and video games, from designers and manufacturers to world record high score holders.

Speakers will include:
Mark Ritchie, Pat McMahon, and a “Making Of Stern Star Trek Pinball” seminar with Steve Ritchie & David Thiel

Other exciting parts of the show:
One of the largest pinball tournaments in the Northwest, Pacific Pinball Museum exhibit and seminar, large kid friendly zone, vendors galore, World Record High Score attempts and your chance to win a full-sized pinball or video game every day of the show, as well as many other prizes!

Online tickets are no longer available, but you can buy them at the door.

Tickets are $65 for a weekend adult pass, $30 for kids ages 6-14. One day passes for adults are $25 Friday, $30 Saturday and $20 Sunday. Children’s one day passes are $15 Friday and Saturday, $10 Sunday.

 

About Shawn Skager

Shawn Skager is just an everyday joe like you, who loves music and is lucky enough to be able to write about it. When he's not enjoying long walks on the beach, getting caught in the rain, pina coladas and cheesy 70s music by guys named Rupert, Shawn can usually be found in the Northwest Convergence Zone radio studio doing either the Northwest Music Scene radio show or the Hooligan Honky Tonk Radio Hour. And just for the record, Shawn believes that Rush's exclusion from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Hank Williams Sr.'s exclusion from the Grand Ol' Opry are crimes against humanity.