Introduction[edit | edit source]
Venue[edit | edit source]
Tickets[edit | edit source]
RuneFest tickets went on sale to those who pre-registered on Friday, 30 April 2010. People were given a unique code to purchase the tickets twenty-four hours before general sale and they could buy no more than four tickets per order. Tickets went on general sale on Saturday, 1 May.
Tickets were sold via TicketMaster, both online and on the telephone. The face value of the tickets were originally £75 each (not including £4.95 booking fee and £2.50 for TicketFast, which enabled you to print out your own ticket).
On Friday, 9 July 2010, Jagex announced that tickets to RuneFest had sold out and that all ticket holders would have the full costs of their tickets refunded. Jagex would instead be using money from their marketing budget to cover the cost.
Tickets were printed on 10 August and posted to the address given on purchase. Anyone who had not received their ticket by 21 August were told they should contact Ticketmaster. Anyone who lost their ticket could show identification and their confirmation email at the doors to gain entry to the event.
Flagstaff of Festivities[edit | edit source]
A code to obtain the flagstaff of festivities was given to those who purchased a ticket to RuneFest 2010. The code was received as soon as a ticket was purchased, rather than codes being handed out at the event.
Areas[edit | edit source]
The doors opened to RuneFest at 12-noon on the 28 August 2010 and the event ran until 9pm.
Draynor Market[edit | edit source]
- Jousting (All Day)
- Archery (All Day)
- Tarot Cards (All Day)
- Market Stalls (All Day)
- Food and Drink (All Day)
- Wrestling (All Day)
- Diango's Toy Store (All Day)
- Photo Booth (All Day)
- Sword Fighting Display (on the Hour)
- And More!
Draynor Manor (gaming zone)[edit | edit source]
|15:00-15:30||J Mod Clan Wars|
|19:30-20:00||J Mod Clan Wars|
Poison Arrow Pub[edit | edit source]
- All Day Food and Drink
- 14:30-15:00 Pub Quiz
- 16:30-17:00 Pub Quiz
Varrock Insider Sessions[edit | edit source]
|13:00-13:45||RuneScape Genesis||This will be a relaxed chat show style session with Mod Mark (RuneScape’s Lead Designer), Andrew and Paul Gower about RuneScape. From the beginnings of Devious MUD and RSC to the modern day Runescape and Dungeoneering.|
|14:00-14:45||Development and Dungeoneering||Special session and Q&A on Dungeoneering, it's design, development, and future.|
|16:00-16:45||The Big Questions|
|17:00-17:45||Storytelling Panel Session|
|18:00-19:00||Golden Gnome Awards||An awards ceremony for the Golden Gnomes video competition. There were awards for:
Jagex shortlisted two finalists for each category and then the winners were voted on by the attendants of Runefest. Finalists were contacted by Jagex via the message inbox by the end of Friday 20th when they were be asked to film an acceptance speech incase they won.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Originally it was speculated that RuneFest 2010 would be held at the Olympia Conference Centre, in West Kensington, London, due to a leak on the RuneFest website.
References[edit | edit source]
- ^ Mod Hohbein. "RuneFest Update." 09-Jul-2010. RuneFest Forums. "Tickets for RuneFest 2010 are now sold out and everyone here at Jagex is really excited about our first ever player event, which will take place on Saturday 28th August within the dungeons of Vinopolis, in central London."
- ^ RuneFest. Jagex Twitter Reply (Web). Twitter. 03:06, July 19, 2012 (UTC). "Tickets are £75 for RuneFest 2010. All the money will go towards the event, if we should make money it will go to charity."*
- ^ RuneFest (Web). "RuneFest 2010 will be held at the Olympia Conference Centre in London, UK. It's within easy walking distance of a number of transport links, as well as plenty of accommodation opportunities."*