|Friday afternoon... the hall is not ready yet.
|Some of the tables reserved for SCCAN
|By tomorrow, these will be filled.
|One of the indoor stages
|Another stage beyond the tables
|A look down the hall
|The entrance to Building 9
|The faithful station wagon full of C=/Ami gear
|Starting to set up
|Steve's C64 and Apple IIe
|All needs to be organized.
|Over 6 hours later, it's organized!
|NeXT computer on the far left
|The Amiga 2000 looking good
|The popular Oregon Trail on the Apple
|Plus/4 died early Sunday. Replaced by another Plus/4
|Organizer Steve Cortez (left) scans the arcade before the show.
|A map of the interior. Guess where we are?!
|The sales vendors are in full swing.
|Playing Shredz64 with the Guitar Hero guitar
|Looking down the tables
|SCCAN member Sev tests out his Amiga 1200.
|Yup, live music indoors...
|...and the bar in front of the live music.
|The game museum
|Amiga CD32 in the game museum
|Carnival food vendors open for Retro City Fest
|famous Pink's Hot Dogs
|And the celebrities who visited them
|Sev, Robert, and Kenny
|Jim Happel's VR64 and Street Defender - a crowd pleaser
|The only game that worked on the NeXT - billiards
|Fly a jet with the A1200!
|One of the games on the A2000
|Some attendees liked to read the specs.
|Digiloi, a popular game on the Plus/4
|Tim W., Richard G., and Nolan G.
|Plus/4 joystick adapters from AmigaKit.com
|Clearing out on Sunday night
A short video of the fest is at https://youtu.be/5CKiZ4TLE70
We've been invited to next year's festival! Now that I know what to expect, I'll be better able to unload and set up the computers more quickly.
Southern California Commodore & Amiga Network - http://www.portcommodore.com/sccan