Why is there a registration fee?

To cover the overhead of lunch, t-shirts, and additional goodies that donations and sponsorships alone don’t cover. This is a not-for-profit event. All proceeds not directly used for the event will be donated directly to a local charity.

What do I get with my ticket?

You get access to the Friday Mixer, entry into the event on Saturday & Sunday, plus the public after-party on Saturday evening. Early registratnts will receive a t-shirt, swag bag, lunch tickets, and other surprise goodies from some of our sponsors.

How much do tickets cost?

  • Student Special ~ $15
    for college & high school students
  • Early Bird Registration ~ $25
    (Through August 15)
  • Regular Registration ~ $35
    (August 16 to September 12)
  • Procrastinator Registration ~ $45
    (September 13 – 15)
  • At the Door ~ $50

Click here to get your ticket today!

What’s the official hashtag for the event?

It’s #ABQWordCamp.

Will there be any parties?

YES!  There will be a mixer on Friday evening.  This event will give you an opportunity to mingle with the speakers who will be sharing their knowledge with you on Saturday and Sunday. 

Will there be wi-fi at the event?

Currently we are planning to have wi-fi available for the general public, but this might change due to limitations.

Will there be power strips/cords available?

For presenters, yes. But with so many attendees bringing computers, we’d suggest you provide your own power cords & strips — and make sure your battery is fully-charged.

How many people are coming?

We’re expecting between 150 – 200 people. Awesome, eh?

Where is WordCamp ABQ being held?

WordCamp ABQ 2011 is being held at the Albuquerque Sheraton Airport.

How do I get there?

Here’s the address:

2910 Yale Boulevard S.E.
Albuquerque, NM
(505) 843-7000

Click here for a Google Map.

Check-in details

Please arrive ON TIME for the beginning of the conference. (Schedule will be posted as we get closer to the event.) Registration goes very quick, and we would like to have as many people as possible for the opening remarks.


In the meantime, follow WordCamp ABQ on Twitter and Facebook. Send us questions there or click here to contact an event organizer.

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