Ticket Summit, the annual ticketing industry trade show featuring thought leaders from across the ticketing ecosystem, is less than two months away, with passes going fast, according to event organizers. The event, returning the Bellagio hotel and casino on the famous Las Vegas Strip, takes place from July 8-10.
Registration is $699, with price increases expected between now and the opening of the event on Monday, July 8. Organizers are also running a limited-time coupon good for $50 off registration – the code “TS2019” can be redeemed on TicketSummit.com (under coupon code).
“We’re in the final stages of putting together a great lineup of speakers and exhibitors for our guests,” says Allison Simoes, Executive Director of Ticket Summit. “Prices are only going to go up as we get closer to the event, so grab your passes now.”
All-Access Passes include entry to all panel and keynote sessions during the three day event, as well as the Networking Cocktail Party scheduled for Monday evening and the Closing Gala on Wednesday. Ticket Summit attendees can also enjoy a discounted rate of $159 per night at Bellagio, a AAA Five Diamond Resort & Casino.
Full schedule for the event is expected to be released in the next few weeks. As always, the event is anticipated to feature the top minds in ticketing, representing organizations in the primary and secondary industry as well as a number of industry-adjacent companies and leaders.
Ticket Summit 2018 saw a record number of attendees hit the trade show floor at Caesars Palace, with overflow crowds at presentations and exhibitor spaces from the Monday afternoon networking cocktail reception through the Wednesday afternoon ticket industry keynote and closing gala later that evening. Presented by TicketNetwork and DTI Management with featured sponsor Broker Genius, Ticket Summit broke 800 attendees for the first time in the show’s long history.
Known for its world famous fountains as well as serving as the setting for the 2001 film Ocean’s Eleven, Bellagio features nearly 4,000 guest rooms and 116,000 square feet of gaming space. Notable restaurants include Le Cirque, Picasso, Jasmine, Spago and Yellowtail, while the property also features a fine art gallery, conservatory and botanical gardens, and shopping. The property, which opened on the site of the former Dunes hotel and casino in 1998, has earned AAA’s Five Diamond Award 15 times.
Visit TicketSummit.com to learn more or register for the 2019 event.