Texas Pinball Fest Arrives in Frisco

The Texas Pinball Festival will take place at Frisco Conference Center from March 24-26, featuring 400 vintage and new pinball machines and arcade games, according to a Dallas Innovates article. They say,

“The Texas Pinball Festival will be held March 24-26 at the Embassy Suites Hotel and Frisco Conference Center, featuring more than 400 vintage and new pinball machines, along with classic arcade games that will be set on “free play.”

Pinball tournaments will be held throughout the weekend for both adults and children, who will compete for trophies and prizes. Vendor demos, parts, supplies, equipment and memorabilia will also be available, the festival said.”

The Texas Pinball Festival will have 400 pinball machines, vendor demos, and tournaments. Attendees can win cash prizes and trophies, according to a Local Profile article. They say,

“The festival will feature 400 new and vintage pinball machines. Attendees will also be able to purchase parts, supplies, equipment and memorabilia from vendors. 

A number of tournaments will be held throughout the weekend including the Classics Side Tournament, a women’s tournament and the Kids’ Bump ‘n’ Win tournament. Players will have the opportunity to qualify for a Texas Wizards Tournament and take home cash prizes and trophies.

The festival will also feature professional pinball player, Roger Sharpe as he showcases his new film — Pinball: The Man Who Saved the Game.”

Tickets available at door, weekend pass costs $85, one-day tickets range from $15-$45, kids under five enter free. Wristband gives 50% off at partner museums.

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