Vendor Hall

Good bargains and unique finds

The Vendor Hall of Ropecon is located in Hall 5. Its selection includes role-playing games, artwork and handmade crafts, and so much more. The traditional flea market of Ropecon can also be found within the Vendor Hall.

Opening hours

Friday 3 pm – 9 pm
Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
Sunday 10 am – 3 pm


Please note that not all vendors will have a electronic payment system in use, so bringing along cash is recommended. The flea market is cash only. There are two ATMs within the Messukeskus Expo and Convention Centre, one in the Glass Gallery and one in the Lower Gallery.

Vendor Hall

The Vendor Hall of Ropecon is a treasure trove of games and other role-playing game-related items. Come and find the best bargains and acquire unique handmade items that are hard to find anywhere else!

See a list of all vendors 2017 »

Ropecon Shop

Stylish T-shirts with this year’s design and and other fun Ropecon merchandise are available for purchase at the Ropecon Shop. Pre-ordered special edition Conformers T-shirts can be picked up from their own stand by the Ropecon Shop. Ropecon Shop also sells games from smaller independent Finnish game publishers.

Flea market

The traditional flea market of Ropecon is a chance for attendees to sell their used role-playing game related items. One person’s trash can be another person’s treasure! In addition to second-hand items, self-published works by smaller independent Finnish game designers are also sold at the flea market.

Promotional stands

Various role-playing game related associations and organizations will be promoting their activities and events near the Vendor Hall. Have you been thinking about starting a new hobby or joining an association? If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to come and say hello: the associations featured at the promotional stands are glad to tell you more about their activities and the events they organize. Feel free to check out what they have to offer!

A list of associations and organizations participating in Ropecon 2017 (in Finnish) »