March 26th 2010 seems like a long time away, but if you are planning on attending PAX East you might want to start thinking about making your plans if you are going to attend the event that premiers on the East Coast in 2010 and to start off you will need to buy your tickets to the event. Here’s a little information on how to get your tickets for the event.
GAMERS TO UNITE IN BOSTON
BOSTON – Oct. 20, 2009 – Tickets are on sale for PAX East 2010. Spawned from the Seattle-based PAX Prime, this festival is bringing its unique celebration of gaming community and culture to Boston with an East Coast flavor. The show will take place Friday, March 26 – Sunday, March 28.
Dedicated to the core gaming community, PAX East will bring thousands of pen-and-paper, tabletop, CCG, PC and video gamers together for several days of madness. To be sure attendees turn into sleep-deprived zombies, the show will be jammed with tournaments, free-play areas, concerts, panel discussions and an exhibitor hall filled with the latest new games.
“We’re bringing the craziness the fans have come to expect from PAX, but with an East Coast twist,” said Robert Khoo of Penny Arcade. “Most of all this will be a place where you can be yourself with fellow gamers.”
The three-day pre-registration cost is $45. This is a $10 discount from the at-the-door price. This is all-access for all events, concerts, parties, panels and free-play areas. Only “sealed deck” tournaments, which require new physical product in order to be played, have an additional fee.
Hynes Convention Center
900 Boylston St
Boston, MA 02115
EXHIBIT HALL HOURS
Friday, March 26 – 2pm to 7pm
Saturday, March 27 – 10am to 6pm
Sunday, March 28 – 10am to 6pm EVENT HOURS
Friday, March 26, – 2pm to 2am
Saturday, March 27 – 10am to 2am
Sunday, March 28 – 10am to 6pm
Registration info can be found at http://www.paxsite.com/paxeast/registration.php
I wonder what Robert Khoo meant when he made this statement “We’re bringing the craziness the fans have come to expect from PAX, but with an East Coast twist,” and I don’t mean the craziness he is talking about, I mean the East Coast twist. I guess we will have to wait and see.
Hope to see you there!