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Campus Party Europe in Berlin
Have you ever heard it? Well if you’re into tech, science, innovation or digital entertainment it’s probably a no brainer because Campus Party is only the biggest electronic entertainment event in the world.
Campus Party is “a weeklong, 24-hours-a-day technology festival for thousands of “campuseros” – hackers, developers, gamers and geeks.” And this time, we are lucky enough that it’s taking place in our very own backyard.
From August 21 – August 26, 2012 at the Tempelhof Airport in Berlin, the campuseros are setting up camp and camping out for 1 week to discuss, debate, learn, experiment and least but not last, play and have fun with tech!
“Full of innovations and featuring presentations from inventors, gamers, modders and hackers we host on Campus Party Europe in Berlin and special activities to promote unlock the creative potential of festival attendees and our visitors.”
Listen to what else Campus Party has to say, “Do you like flying robots? Want to meet a cyborg? Launch a weather balloon into the stratosphere? Learn the latest from the greatest international speakers about all things tech, science, innovation and digital entertainment?” -Sounds pretty amazing, huh!
Too good to pass up?
Well now you don’t have to. As a partner of this outrageously innovative event, Campus Party was awesome enough to set up a raffle with us with 30, yes thirty! free tickets for our outrageously innovative community.
- Each ticket is valued at 128 euro and is an all access pass to all of the great events taking place at Campus Party: 400 hours of talks, debates and workshops on nine stages as well as competitions and hackathons with a prize pool of €80,000.
- But you have to hurry, you can only enter the raffle until Wednesday August 8th!!
Well what are you waiting for? Oh yeah, the link!
Click on the link above to sign up now to take part in the raffle to get your free ticket to the world’s largest tech event, totally FREE!