​London Games Festival Character Parade

​London Games Festival Character Parade

This event has finished Took place on: Saturday, 14th Apr 2018

Join Mario, Pac-Man, Lara Croft and a whole host of other iconic characters from video games for the second annual London Games Festival Games Character Parade.

Kicking off from Guildhall Yard, heroes and villains will tour some of the City's best sites, finishing back in Guildhall Yard for a climatic on-stage masquerade, music and entertainment as well as family day activities and live games.

The Games Character Parade is part of London Games Festival, a yearly celebration of games and interactive entertainment. LGF 2018 runs from 5 April to 15 April.

Parade festivities are open to everyone, and free, welcoming both video games-inspired cosplayers of all experience levels plus official mascots and characters. If you want to take part, free registration is required: www.games.london/parade2018/

Cost: Free of Charge


Contact and Booking Details

More information at this website.

No need to book tickets - just turn up on the day.

Europe/London ​London Games Festival Character Parade Join Mario, Pac-Man, Lara Croft and a whole host of other iconic characters from video games for the second annual London Games Festival Games Character Parade. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/04/14/london-games-festival-character-parade-163257 Guildhall Yard,Gresham Street,London,London

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