Nostalgia is the name of the game -- as well the name of the festival this weekend that will bring several beloved stars from the '80s and '90s to the area for a trip down memory lane.
Nostalgia Fest will take over the Fisher’s Tudor House in Bensalem (1858 Street Rd.) beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. Touted as an “'80s- and '90s-themed wine-and-beer festival,” according to a news release, the event will feature food trucks and vendors, in addition to celebrity appearances.
Celebrities attending the festival include Point Break star Gary Busey, Saved by the Bell’s Dustin Diamond and Dennis Haskins, and Wayne’s World star Tia Carrere, among others. Aside from film and TV actors, Nostalgia Fest will also feature wrestlers Andrew Anderson and Greg “The Hammer” Valentine, and former ECW manager Francine Fournier.
Attendees will be able to get autographs from celebrities ($20 to $40 each, depending on the star) and participate in photo ops ($30 to $40 per photo).
Tickets for the festival are $40 for a single day to $160 for a two-day, VIP admission -- an upgrade that includes a FastPass for autograph lines, early admission, and access to limited brews. Food-truck items are pay as you go.