Get ready! The 2013 Chicago Toy & Game Fair is the destination to discover “what’s hot for the holidays” and try out toys and games before you shop for Black Friday Specials. You are certain to find some great additions to your family collection of toys and games here. The fair showcases the best Toys & Games from around the globe. Build towers, play in tournaments, meet characters from Star Wars to Moshi Monsters and more more more!
WHAT: 2013 Chicago Toy & Game Fair
WHEN: Saturday and Sunday, November 23 & 24, 2013
Saturday, 10 am – 6pm
Sunday, 10 am – 5 pm
WHERE: Navy Pier, 2nd Floor Festival Hall A
PARKING: Far East Lot at end of Navy Pier
TICKET COST: Adult – $10, Child aged 3 to 13 – $5, Kids below 3 – FREE
Click here for ticket info and a $2 off coupon: http://chitagfair.com/tickets-and-hours
All Day: ChiTAG invites you to relax and recharge at the ChiTAG Charging Station! Booth number and details will be provided when you arrive on Saturday morning and media badges are required to enter.
Here are some Fair highlights for Saturday, November 23rd:
10:00AM – 2:00PM: Check out the Young Inventor Challenge (YIC) exhibits and delight in the fun and creative toy and game inventions from some of our youngest inventive minds. Cast your votes for the “Best in Show” and the “People’s Choice” awards and see who goes home a winner.
10:00AM – 5:00PM: Perfect your Yo-Yo skills with a dynamic performance competition featuring hands-on tips for all skill levels. The immensely entertaining and official Illinois State Yo-Yo Contest is open to all ages and will crown the longest standing yo-yo participant the title of champion.
12:00PM – 1:00PM: Meet and eat with your favorites from Star Wars 501st Legion: Vader’s First! You’re also invited to try your hand at a Stars Wars-themed rendition of the award-winning card game based on “War” for the chance to win a medal. (Registration required: http://www.chitagfair.com/
3:00PM: Help make history with the Girl Scouts of America by playing the Top Trumps Moshi Monsters deck in hopes of setting the Guinness World Record for the “Most People Playing a Card Game at the Same Time in the Same City.” (Registration required for Girl Scouts: http://register.
For more information, visit the website: www.chitagfair.com