www.VFWpinball.com we will have 350 restored games available for play this year. And that means 350 games, no repeat titles, all unique. Limited ticket sales so no over crowding (and it does sell out, so get your tickets ahead, there won't be any at the door.) It's in a venue designed for pinball. Tournaments too, but they go on at different times than the show (so there's no "tourney problem" where half the games are unavailable to everyone not in the tourney.)
If you want to play pinball, this show is hard to beat. Nearly complete collections of 1990s Bally/Williams WPC, Bally/Williams system11, Williams system6/7/9, Bally -17/-35, Stern M200, Zaccaria Gen 2, Dataeast 1987-1995, etc. Also EMs are very well represented too with a huge collecton of wedgeheads and multi-player games. Many rare games that aren't available for play anywhere else. Also a sizable EM gun game and ball bowler collection.
There is also an on-site repair facility with the largest pinball parts selection in Michigan. Meaning if something breaks during the show, it gets fixed on-site and quickly. So Friday's game count is the same as Sunday's game count (which is something a lot of show struggle with, as games get broken without parts to repair them, or they get sold and leave the venue, often Sunday's version of the show is a lesser version compared to Friday.)