I have it on good authority that OrcaCon 2017 (AKA OrcaCon 2, AKA OrcaCon the 2nd, AKA OrcaCon 2nd Edition) is thoroughly awesome. I am not in attendance, but someone I know is, and my friend’s pictures alone should wind up any gamer old enough to have played D&D in the 1980s:
As you can see: objectively awesome. The “2nd Edition” bit is particularly well done, and likely responsible for the 80s feel. Will next year’s program use 3rd Edition/ early 90s styles and formatting? I don’t know, but I believe I know how to find out. If you live in the PNW, go there next year, and maybe take advantage of the Kickstarter early funding/ discounted tickets option.
If you’re lucky, who knows? You might even see someone looking particularly Crip Dyke-ish.