TEDxEvansville tickets go on sale Saturday, September 12
EVANSVILLE, IND. – Tickets go on sale this weekend for Evansville’s first TEDx event, scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Evansville Museum’s Koch Immersive Theater. Fourteen speakers have been selected to give short, powerful talks centered around the TEDxEvansville theme of renaissance – rebirth, revival and renewal.
TEDxEvansville organizers will sell tickets in person at this weekend’s Franklin Street Bazaar. There are 65 available tickets priced at $65 each. Tickets will be sold one per person. Those who line up for tickets Saturday but don’t snag one of the 65 seats inside the Immersive Theater may still have an opportunity to experience TEDxEvansville close to the action and will be eligible to receive a ticket to a TEDxEvansville viewing party scheduled near the main event.
Organizers will also be available to answer questions on hosting a TEDxEvansville viewing party and other details about the event.
9 a.m. – Ticket sales begin an hour after the Bazaar opens.
Saturday, Sept. 12, 2015
Franklin Street Bazaar
Lawn of the West Library
2000 W. Franklin St., Evansville
Community members who want TEDxEvansville updates and happenings are encouraged to subscribe to emails from TEDxEvansville or follow TEDxEvansville on Facebook and Twitter.
TEDxEvansville is organized by a volunteer group of Evansville-area community advocates, who are excited to introduce the TED experience to the tristate area and spotlight bright minds and inspiring community members who provoke meaningful conversations and change.