Less than 12 hours remain to secure an All-Access pass to Ticket Summit before prices go up at midnight on Friday, June 28. The industry-leading trade show for ticketing and live entertainment professionals runs from July 8-10 at the Bellagio on the Las Vegas Strip.
Currently, passes are available for $799. From June 29 through Sunday, July 7, All-Access passes will be available for $849, with prices rising to $899 for those purchasing passes on-site.
“After record attendance at least year’s Ticket Summit, we’re in the final stretch of putting together another fantastic show for our guests,” says Ticket Summit Executive Director Allison Simoes. “Prices only continue to go up in the final few days, so if you’ve been on the fence, there’s no better time to buy your passes.”
This year’s show is full of great learning and networking opportunities for those who make the trek out to the Las Vegas Strip. Highlights include an opening panel featuring legends of the ticket broker business, sessions highlighting the best-in-class tools available to ticketing professionals, and a deep-dive into the current and future legislative issues surrounding the ticketing business. For its finale, Ticket Summit will once again feature its closing keynote on the secondary ticketing industry, where some of the top minds in the business look to the future of the always-changing landscape of the industry.
Ticket Summit is produced by TicketNetwork and DTI Management. Sponsors for Ticket Summit 2019 include Event Tickets Center, Anytickets.com, Autoprocessor, Broker 101, Stage Front, Broker Genius, Affirm, and Paypal.
The full schedule for Ticket Summit is available now at TicketSummit.com/Schedule. Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more information, email [email protected] or call 860-416-5767.
About Ticket Summit
Ticket Summit is the leading ticket conference and trade show for live entertainment professionals. This event attracts hundreds of global business leaders, entrepreneurs, and entertainment experts in the ticket community. Previous keynote speakers include Marcus Lemonis, host of CNBC’s hit show The Profit, legendary baseball manager Joe Torre, and Shark Tank’s Daymond John. Past attendees and sponsors include: Billboard, Blue Man Group, Broadway.com, Devils Arena Entertainment, eBay, Facebook, Forbes, Goldman Sachs, Google, Harlem Globetrotters, Live Nation, Madison Square Garden, Microsoft, MLB, NBA, NFL, NHL, PayPal, StubHub, Ticketmaster, and Yahoo!, among others. For information, visit https://www.TicketSummit.com.