Let me take you back to the mid-naughties.... The days of Nick, Nik, Mr Squires, Stan the transport man, Poibug, and countless others who organised pinfests back then - so I think I am more than qualified to pass comment on this.The problem with these 'big event' dreams are always the same - if it was so easy then go ahead and run one. Make it happen.
You quickly learn why it wasn't done before.
Straight 'pinball shows' only have so much pull, I never liked the show when it was done by Heighway. I walked out of it in about 20 minutes. Since then I have only attended Swavesey as it is a lot of the old gang.
I do not have the time to organise a show like this - but I have already offered my help in the music aspect to a show if you scroll up a little.
In no way have I knocked Big Phil's running of pinfest. I was trying to point out that shows that offer more things would be better for families and getting more people into the hobby.