Admission Ticket to TRON Exhibition and Gamespace Collection


Sun Feb 19 2023 at 04:00 pm to 05:00 pm


Chicago Gamespace | Chicago, IL

Admission Ticket to TRON Exhibition and Chicago Gamespace Collection
About this Event

Reserve your visit to Chicago Gamespace to experience the LIGHT CYCLES: 40 Years of TRON in Games & Film exhibition!

40 years ago, a film and video game electrified theaters and arcades across the world by taking audiences - for the first time - inside a computer game. Computing concepts were transformed in the public mind from abstractions into exciting, vivid illustrations of what cyberspace could be through pioneering computer generated imagery. Chicago Gamespace is pleased to present LIGHT CYCLES: 40 Years of TRON in Games and Film, an exhibition of TRON arcade, computer and console games. It begins with the first arcade game developed by a young team at Chicago’s Bally/Midway led by Bill Adams, Atish Ghosh, George Gomez, and highlights more than a dozen TRON multimedia pieces.

Admission also includes entry to the Chicago Gamespace collection which highlights the most important games from history including Space Invaders, Pac-Man, Defender, Centipede, Pole Position, Oregon Trail, Super Mario Brothers, Tetris, Zelda, Mortal Kombat 2, Doom, NBA Jam, Cruis'N USA, and Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time among others.

*General Admission is $8 (Ages 13+), $5 Kids Admission (Ages 5-12), Free Admission for Kids Under 5.

*There is limited free and metered street parking in the area. We are located nearby the Blue Line Western stop and the 606 Western stop so public transport / walking / getting dropped off / rideshare is encouraged.

*Recommended for ages 5+, parental supervision requested. Limited stroller parking available.

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Where is it happening?

Chicago Gamespace, 2418 W Bloomingdale Ave, Chicago, United States

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