“It sounded like people were up until about 3 or 4 in the morning,” taking advantage of the museum’s “Starcade” setup, which offered access to some of its collections all night long.

As Biggart’s 12-year-old son, Hendrix, called it: “It was like Woodstock for nerds.” Back inside the three buildings and large tent that housed more than 800 arcade and pinball games — all set to “free play” for the weekend — more than 3,800 people attended the expo and participated in various tournaments and fundraisers.

Source: Pinball expo draws record crowds to Banning – Banning Record Gazette: Local News