Want to participate in the Disrupt SF Hackathon but missed out on the first wave of tickets? Well, good news. Today we’re releasing the next wave of Hackathon tickets to the general public, and you can score your tickets to the event right now.
To purchase your tickets, just head over to our Hackathon ticketing page to sign up. But act fast, because the first batch of tickets flew off the virtual shelves, and we expect this next round will go pretty quickly, too.
The Hackathon kicks off at San Francisco’s beautiful Pier 70 on Saturday, September 19 at 12:30 p.m. PT with networking and the forming of the Hackathon teams. On Sunday, September 20, after a grueling 20+ hours of hacking and coding, teams will have just 60 seconds to present their projects to a panel of judges on the Disrupt stage. If you love making things and making connections with like-minded hackers, you’re going to want to be there.
Those teams will win the opportunity to score tickets to Disrupt SF, which takes place from September 21-23, as well as the TechCrunch $5,000 main prize and several gadgets, toys and other monetary prizes from our amazing sponsors.
All teams who earn a score of 3 or higher will win two tickets to the conference, where they’ll get to attend all the fireside chats, browse the awesome startups in Hardware and Startup Alley, and hobnob at all of the parties and after-parties.
The Hackathon is a place for both hardware and software startups. The hardware company Shower With Friends won the event at Disrupt SF in 2014, and software company Witness won the New York 2015 show in May. So bring whatever great idea you have and spend the weekend bringing it that much closer to reality.
We can’t wait to see what you guys and gals come up with. But you’ll need to get your tickets first, so head over to our ticketing page to sign up for your spot at the Hackathon.
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