We sold out all of our tickets in 12 hours. Amazing! We’re so excited that you’re all so anxious to attend!

But you might be feeling a bit bummed that you missed out. So what can you do?

  • Check back to this page occasionally – if someone requests a refund for some reason, the ticket will be made available for sale.
  • Follow the #wclax hashtag on Twitter and/or Facebook. Someone who purchased a ticket might not be able to use it, and there are usually a few tickets up for grabs in raffles and contests as well.
  • Apply to speak, sponsor, or volunteer – we have tickets in reserve for speakers, sponsors, and volunteers.

Best of luck to you and hope we’ll see you at WordCamp LA this year!

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27 thoughts on “Tickets

  1. How many attendees are expected? It says there are only 16 tickets left and I only got this notice today. Just wondering how small or large this event is going to be!

  2. It looks like I’m taking myself on a date… Actualizing the vision; my vision. My first WordCamp; it’s the vision of WordCamp Central that motivated me to take action to be #10 of the last 10 remaining tickets. Thank you Natalie MacLees for the “heads-up email”.

      • Natalie, I REALLY don’t understand why, if the event sold out within 12 hours, you do not get a larger venue/space at Cal State so that more people can go. There should be enough time to do this. Please advise if you do, so that I may purchase tickets. Thank you.

        • Mary,
          We certainly appreciate your enthusiasm and understand your frustration. Unfortunately we don’t have much wiggle room within our budget. Hopefully next year we’ll have a larger venue and a higher attendance cap.

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