Yes it’s almost that time of year again. You’ve been getting up at 5 a.m., going for those 2 hour runs on your own. Pounding the hard streets of (insert your local town here) in preparation of this one day. The one day, or 7 hours if you make it that long, that will define your year. Millions of people lining the streets and 100’s of millions watching on TV, yes it’s the South London Warlords premier wargames show SALUTE! (and you thought I meant the marathon…)
This year’s D-Day themed show has over 150 traders and over 100 games awaiting the 5000+ very lucky people who attend the Excel Arena in April. This is truly the biggest and most intense wargames show of the year. Check out the full list of games.
Warlord Games is proud to say we will again be in full attendance. We’ll be the first big stand in front of you as you go through the doors so make sure you come and say hello. We’ll have more than a few games going on as well as some very rare treats for those that come shopping early enough. And of course if you see Rick Priestley anywhere be sure to ask him about his new amazing project coming sometime in the future!
Pick up your order at the show
To avoid disappointment be sure to place your order with us early and we’ll have it ready for you on the day. Just go straight to our PICK UP point and beat all the queues!
The last date for buying tickets in advance for the UK will be Sunday 30th March. That gives the Post Office almost a fortnight to get it to you.
Salute doors open at 10:00 on Saturday 12th April 2014.
Tickets cost £10 each but if you buy 10 then the 11th Ticket is free.
Ticket are £11 on the door
Up to two children up to the age of 16 can enter free with a paying adult; further children will be charged at £5 each. Unaccompanied under-16s will have to pay for their entry at full price. For safety, all under-14s must be accompanied by an adult. We do understand that paying for your kids entry can cramp the amount of money you have available to spend with our traders, so hopefully this will help in a small way.
Entry is free for the first two children, under 16, accompanying an adult. Tickets for any additional children will cost £5 each.