KQED is proud to be a media sponsor of C2SV -- the Bay Area’s newest and best festival celebrating the convergence of technology and creativity in Silicon Valley. Join us for four days of smart sessions and fun in downtown San Jose. More than 100 speakers will give us a look into what's next. From Social Media and Mobile Disruption to Augmented Reality and Self Driving Vehicles, the future is invented here.
Speakers include: Mynard Webb (Yahoo! Board Chair), Robert Scoble (Digital Journalist, Scobleizer), Nolan Bushnell (Videogame inventor), James Williamson (Iggy and The Stooges guitarist), Jeff Stibel (author of "Breakpoint), John McAfee (Anti-virus Pioneer) + more. Held over four days at 12+ downtown San Jose venues, C2SV will showcase emerging and established acts in some of Silicon Valley’s best venues. Early punk innovators Iggy and The Stooges will headline the inaugural event at St. James Park on September 28 with additional performances throughout the weekend. More than 70+ acts are planned for the final lineup.
Sound like a good time? Well we've got Tech Conference Badges/Music Passes to giveaway! All you have to do to enter to win a pair is answer the following question:
What speaker or music act are you most excited for?
Email us your answer and full name to email@example.com and from all correct entries, we'll randomly select 5 winners for 1 pair of tickets each.
Deadline to enter is Monday, September 23 at 9am.
Value of each ticket: $175. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.