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V.I.G. Package

PACKAGE INCLUDES: 1 Weekend Pass to G.A.M.E. EXPO Year 10, 1 G.A.M.E. EXPO T-Shirt, 10 Raffle Tickets (raffle is on Sunday, must be present to win – or give tickets to someone), 500 in Polybucks, Reserved front row seating at the Costume Contest on Saturday Night at 8PM, Invitation to our Eclectic Endeavors Staff Luncheon with our Guests of Honor (TBD).
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$100.00

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Weekend Pass

Save $10 off the at-the-door price! Get in for all 3 days. 10/5, 10/6, 10/7

$20.00

Kids Pass

Requires Waiver Signature

Ages 8 to 12 years old. To purchase this, you must be 18 years or older and purchasing a Weekend Pass.
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$5.00

Additional Exhibitor Badge

Requires Waiver Signature

Additional badges are for EXHIBITORS ONLY. These must be pre-purchased by September 1, 2018. NO discount badges will be sold at-the-door.

$15.00

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About G.A.M.E. EXPO 2018

October 5th - 7th, 2018

Gaming Arts Media & Entertainment Expo (aka G.A.M.E. EXPO) is a 3-day event held in Springfield, MO that celebrates all things geeky!  We gather at the Springfield Expo Center to play games, dress-up in costumes, learn new skills, discuss fandom, socialize with others of similar and new interest, watch movies and TV shows, listen to panelist, participate in demos, shop vendor booths, and more!

During this 3-day event, Eclectic Endeavors strives to show that the arts found in nerdy interest are just a legitimate as the arts found in mainstream society.  Painting, drawing, sculpting, writing, making movies, crafting props & costumes, digital artwork are all fine art pursuits that more and more are becoming recognized by the public as true art.  Shows on TV like “Face Off”, “Heroes of Cosplay” as well as launching platforms like San Diego ComicCon where major movies and TV shows are premiered and promoted – these show that geeky interest are becoming more public, mainstream and legitimate.


http://springfieldgame.com

Springfield Expo Center

635 East Saint Louis Street
Springfield, Mi