You know attendance will be capped at the PTW19 Signature Event and only guests that are on our list will be granted entry to the building, right?
Additionally, this year there will be no “day-of” ticket available. We’re fitting to take advantage of the kind (but very secure) hospitality — and serve you all a seriously fun time, for the ninth annual version — in the spectacular, new Comcast Technology Center.
The $40 ticket price jumps to $50 next Friday and I just know our readers appreciate a steal of a deal for a good time and a good cause — so you’re welcome for the heads up! I mean, Philly Tech Week 2019 presented by Comcast NBCUniversal just isn’t complete without an interactive celebration of our very own homegrown tech and innovation community! No, but seriously though, we cannot let you in if your name isn’t on the list by noon on Thursday, May 9.
A few small updates before you get the full picture in a few weeks …
- Check out an augmented reality app built by Night Kitchen Interactive, a company that designs engaging, interactive installations and vibrant online experiences
- Play virtual reality games built by students at the Immersive Research Lab (IRL) of Drexel University
- Penji – free on the spot custom graphic designs + raffle to win a year of free design services!
Open bar featuring:
- A selection of local wine + beer options
- Blue Coat Gin
Spectacular view of the city by:
Thank you to our 2019 Philly Tech Week Signature Event sponsors:
- Comcast NBCUniversal
- Oat Foundry
- University of Pennsylvania
- Seer Interactive
- Saul Ewing
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