Announcing the Amiga 30th Anniversary Event

For Immediate Release:

July 23rd Mountain View California:


On July 23rd, 1985, the world was introduced to the Amiga Computer.

A radical multimedia machine from a group of thinkers, tinkerers and visionaries which delivered affordable graphics, animation, music and multitasking interaction the personal computer world hadn’t even dreamt of.

The computer for the creative mind.

That leap in personal computing unveiled things we’ve since come to take for granted from today’s devices.  The Amiga’s arc went through entertaining users and inaugurating desktop video to eventually succumbing to Commodore’s famous mismanagement and demise in the 90’s.

In the decades since, an enthusiastic cadre of supporters, users and companies have carried on that spirit - continuing development AmigaOS and building new machines.

On the 30th anniversary, come join us for a celebration of the Amiga, its groundbreaking accomplishments and rich history at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California.

Additional details of the event will be unveiled in the coming months. If you are interested in attending, exhibiting or volunteering, please feel free on our website.

The Amiga 30th Anniversary Team


3 comments on “Announcing the Amiga 30th Anniversary Event

Freshman on July 29, 2014 3:04 pm

It would be nice to be there, but need a cheep place were i could stay, coming from germany.

Nate on January 25, 2015 11:22 am

Much closer than the one in Amsterdam (Wisconsnin here)! And how much snow I’m looking at out my window makes a trip to Cali rather tempting..

Amiga Forever! on March 13, 2015 8:19 am

This is great news. Silicon Valley is sorely lacking in retro computing events and activity.
Perhaps this will spawn a resurgence to get more people interested in retro computing in this area.

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