Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 2.0
Saturday, May 3 & Sunday, May 4
Kings Market Shopping Center
1425 Market Blvd. #200
The Atlanta Historical Computing Society and the Computer Museum of America are pleased to announce the second annual Vintage Computer Festival Southeast.
The venue will be the same CompUSA store building in Roswell, GA as last year, but this year's exhibit space will be greatly enlarged, occupying the store's entire retail space. About 2/3 of the space will be occupied by a museum display of personal computing artifacts from the Kenbak 1 forward. The remaining 1/3 of the retail space will contain hobbyist vintage computing exhibits. For those who missed last year or who would like to see it again, the Apple Pop-Up Museum from last year's festival will again be available.
The popular retro-gaming area and introduction to soldering activity will be available again. This year, we are also working to bring in a number of vendors, assemble a stellar slate of speakers, and offer workshop experiences. Of course, the kids' scavenger hunt will be back this year too.
|Saturday, May 3:
||10am - 7pm
|Sunday, May 4:
||10am - 5pm
- $10 per person for one day, or $15 per person for both days.
- Children 17 and younger are admitted free of charge.
- College Students: show your student ID at the front desk and you will enjoy this exhibit and festival for free.
Advanced tickets are available for purchase online.
Want to get advanced tickets and get some cool VCFSE gear? Check out our Kickstarter campaign! Click here to see the different prize and contribution options.
We will have a daily raffle, with one raffle ticket included in your admission price. You will pick up a ticket when you come to the show. Must be present to win.
Prizes will be shown at Concession area.
Have something interesting that's vintage computing-related to display? Please consider becoming an exhibitor! You can view the current line-up of exhibitors and register your own by clicking here or the Exhibits link to the right.
Please contact Brad Arnold if any questions about the VCFSE 2.0.
Photos of last year's show taken by Atlanta Historical Computer Society member Kyle Owen can be viewed below.
We hope to see you all there!