A geek is defined as an "enthusiast of a particular topic of field." Considering this broad definition, anyone can be a geek for any number of things.

More specifically though, geeks are collectors. They seek out paraphernalia rooted in their interest of chosen activity or field. If you're the type of geek who enjoys comics, toys or general 'geek culture,' the upcoming Geek Meet at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds & Conference Complex in Danville, Indiana, is an event you won't want to miss.

Geek Meet

Attendees interact with a vendor at Geek Meet.

Taking place Sunday, March 3Geek Meet Indy is a spin-off of the Indiana Toy and Comic Expo where you can find some of the best vendors, artists, collectors and creators of toys, games and more in the Midwest.

Organizers created the event to promote local vendors, rather than celebrity speakers or guests, and provide easy accessibility for all.

Guests can expect the best lineup of regional artists, graphic designers, comic writers and toy makers.

What To Expect

Tim Baron's recently released Super7 toy (photo courtesy of Tim Baron and Super7).

From 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., attendees can visit more than 100 vendors including the likes of D's Vintage Toys and Collectibles, Toy Buzz & Fizz, ROMA Collectibles, Hotspot Collectibles and more. 

This year the theme is No Celebs. No Photo Ops. No Autographs. Old School. Comics. Toys. Art. This new emphasis will allow attendees to really focus on the vendors, toys and art they love.

Renown toy and skateboard artist, Tim Baron, will return as special guest and be available for autograph signings.

Tickets & More Info

Geek Meet Indy

The event will feature several food and beverage vendors, including Smokin' Melts and Rollin' Dough, The BrewLab Canteen, and Speakeasy Pizza.

Tickets are available for purchase at the South Hall of the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds for $5 the day of the event. Kids 12 and under are free with a paid adult.