Intel Outside 1994 was held at the Stodola Student Club in Warzaw, Poland by Mystic and Union for the Amiga scene. This was the first Intel Outside event. Due to heavy advertising in Poland's largest amiga magazine at the time, Magazyn Amiga, about 500 people showed up. This made it (probably) the biggest scene event so far in Poland. It was also the first polish scene event to feature live music; a disco-techno-pop band called Jamrose performed on the stage. The organizers hired a stripper to perform at the event also, though this was reportedly a more impulsive idea. Main organizer was Easy Rider, with support from Mr.Root (pr), Docent (money, hardware, software), The Generat (compos) and Irek P. (spreading). First price in the demo competition was an A1200 (or possibly an A600, details are sketchy). It was probably the one and only polish party with a professional sound engineer, plus a steam and light show during the music performance. A small cafeteria was open throughout the event, until they eventually ran out of food and beverages.
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