And since we really like you, we’d love to see you in Vienna on June 24th and 25th for that tiny conference which will gather 2200 people from 68 countries and will have more than 70 amazing speakers covering a wide range of WordPress topics.
So if, by any chance, you missed the very last batch of WordCamp Europe tickets, here are a few things you can do to join us at the MuseumQuartier:
Find a ticket on the Facebook tickets exchange
We started a ticket exchange in the WordCamp Europe Facebook event where everyone who won’t be able to make the conference, can post their tickets and you can contact them and exchange details. PayPal works great for transactions and all you need to do is ask whoever is transferring the ticket to you, to change their details using the edit link in their confirmation email, with yours. Some people are even offering their spare tickets for free.
Depending on when you acquire the ticket, you might not be able to have a printed badge (you still get one, we’ll just write your name on it) and a t-shirt that’s your size. Your dietary requirements might not be met as well, but you will be there, so it’s all worth it!
Ask on Twitter
Earlier in the day, we asked people who had spare tickets, to tweet about them using the official conference hashtag #WCEU. Check the hashtag or the official WCEU Twitter account, we try to retweet every post about a spare ticket.
— WordCamp Europe (@WCEurope) April 11, 2016
Some people found tickets that way! Maybe you can too.
— Jean-Baptiste Audras (@AudrasJb) May 23, 2016
No luck? Grab a Live stream ticket
— David Bisset (@dimensionmedia) May 25, 2016
And if none of this works, you can still grab a Live Stream ticket completely free and enjoy the talks from your sofa or chilling in the park. Then join the social media fun by commenting and posting your thoughts about WordCamp Europe using the official #WCEU hashtag. It won’t be the same, but you will feel included. Because the WordPress community is awesome like that.
We hope this helps!
The WCEU org team