69 News reporter Ali Reid was at the Allentown Fairgrounds ahead of the unique weekend event.
There is a timeless magic to pinball on the New Jersey boardwalk; guiding a silver ball among buzzing hazards, flashing lights and booming music with friends cheering as your score climbs to new heights while the scent of fresh pizza lingers on a sea breeze.
Arcade Legacy announced on social media Monday that the arcade will be combining the two current open locations in Northside and at Forest Fair Village into one, large space in the former Peg’s Pub in Sharonville.
Pinfest will take place at the Agri-plex expo center of the Allentown Fair Grounds with setup beginning on May 5th, open to public May 6th.
Filled with sci-fi movie memorabilia, toy collections, and over 135 video games and pinball machines, it really is a museum as well as gaming hall.
The gaming group says they have found a large space in Sharonville and will be relocating Bar Edition and their existing arcade in Cincinnati Mall into this spot.