Video Game Market Returns to Doncaster

Doncaster Video Game Market 2019 Lg

The Doncaster Dome will be playing home to the Video Game Market this Sunday (3rd March).

The long running event is a veritable treasure chest of retro gaming. With the floor packed with retro gaming stalls selling all the classic games you remember. Nostalgia will certainly be polluting the air.

There will be a vast array of sellers covering all the bases including artwork, apparel, import games (Allan will probably have the best deals)

From experience, there will be such a wide variety of things on display that there will be something for everyone to take interest in.

And if you think you have seen it all, be prepared because there is always something new!

The Video Game Market is the biggest and longest running gaming market in the UK.

Entry for adults costs £2 on the door. Doors open at 12pm on Sunday 3 March. Free entry for under 16s. A limited number of early entry tickets are available to pre-book for £4 and will enable visitors to enter the event early at 11am.

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