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International Arcade Museum® — Killer List of Videogames®

Events Calendar

Arcade, Coin-Op, Gameroom, Pinball, & Video Game

Upcoming Events

July 2024
Southern Fried Gaming Expo Show July 19-21, 2024 Renaissance Atlanta Waverly Hotel & Convention Center, 2450 Galleria Pkwy, Atlanta, GA The Southern-Fried Gaming Expo (SFGE) is one of the premier events for arcade, pinball, tabletop, and gameroom enthusiasts in the Southeast. It boasts more than 300 classic pinball and arcade machines, a large selection of console systems, live entertainment, wrestling, vendors, and so much more, all under one roof. Over 150,000 square feet of gaming space. SFGE brings gameroom collectors and casual fans together to enjoy the games of the past and present while building friendships and memories for the future.
California Extreme 2024 Show July 27-28, 2024 Hyatt Regency Santa Clara, 5101 Great America Pkwy, Santa Clara, CA 95054, Santa Clara, California California Extreme is the “Classic Arcade Games Show”. It’s an annual celebration of coin operated pinball machines, video games and other noveltie s you once found in game arcades. All games on display are set for free play, so leave your quarters in the ash tray in your car. You won’t need ’em!,
October 2024
Houston Arcade Expo Show October 11-13, 2024 Houston Marriott Westchase, 2900 Briarpark Dr, Houston, Texas A WEEKEND OF FUN AND FREE PLAY! The Houston Area Arcade Group (HAAG) is holding their 22th Annual Arcade Expo on October 11,12 & 13th at the Houston Marriott Westchase. The ULTIMATE Arcade Party! There will be 100’s of classic and current coin-op pinball machines, video arcade games, penny arcades, and console video games ready for attendees to play on free play or buy them for their home. There will be Tournaments, events, music and workshops to keep the young and young at heart entertained.

Please visit the Arcade Map to see not only a list of events in your area, but also arcades, arcade bars, arcade museums and more in your area.

Caveat emptor!

Buyers should always be aware that coin-operated amusement machines offered at auction are almost always sold "as is" -- machines may be broken, damaged or in need of repair, often in ways that aren't immediately apparent. We advise caution when bidding on items at auctions -- examine everything thoroughly and know what you're buying. In our opinion, pinball machines often require the most caution at an auction, as to the uninitiated problems may not be immediately obvious (like key playfield accessories missing or non-working). Also requiring care would be antique machines of particularly high value, since condition and originality may play significantly it an item's actual value.

Data is live and current as of June 14, 2024, 11:58 am