Culver City hosts IndieCade

Photo from IndieCade Facebook Page

If you’ve ever wanted to go to an international festival of independent games – you know, the stuff not on XBOX or made by Hasbro – here’s your chance. IndieCade comes to Culver City and brings with it interactive games from all over the world, live music, giveaways, family friendly activities and more.

The whole event takes place from October 4 – 7, but only Saturday, October 6 and Sunday, October 7 are open to the public. Saturday is Festival Day, which runs from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. On Sunday, aspiring game developers should go to GameU to learn some tricks of the trade. GameU starts at 10 a.m. and panels run until 6 p.m.

Go Metro to either of these IndieCade events and get 50% off tickets. That means Festival Day is $10 and GameU is just $60. Show your TAP card at the door or enter “metro2indiecade” if purchasing tickets online to receive the discount.

IndieCade is located at 9300 Culver Blvd., next to The Culver Studios and Culver Hotel. Take Expo Line to Culver City Station, shuttles will be available to take you downtown from the station. Culver City Bus 1 to Washington/Cardiff is another option. Check Trip Planner for connections.

2 replies

  1. Hi Ned,

    The IndieCade shuttle is free for all! And that’s from Culver City Station to downtown Culver City, which isn’t a very long walk but remains somewhat pedestrian unfriendly until the area becomes more developed.

    Anna Chen
    The Source, Contributor

  2. A shuttle to the event would not be necessary if the Expo Line connected to Union Station without having to pay an added fare.