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Thank you all again, so much! What a BLAST!
Mingle and party with all of the stars and crew of SF Web Fest 2015!
SF Web Fest 2015 ends its inaugural 2015 run with a gala to remember! Come walk the red carpet with us at the AMC Van Ness 14 this Sunday night as we celebrate all of the upcoming winners at the Awards Show and Party!
Tickets are still available at Eventbrite for purchase.
7:00 – 8:15: Red Carpet! The theme for attire is “creative cocktail”. Bring out your best threads and strut your stuff!
8:30 – 10:00: Awards Show! The festivities continue as Kym McNicholas hosts the Awards Show, where most of this year’s winners will be revealed!
10:00 – midnight: After Party! It’s not over! Get your “drink on” and your “dance on” as our final prizes of the night are presented!
JOIN US TO KICKOFF the first ever SF Web Fest at Monarch SF!
Amazing Hour drink specials from 6:30 – 8:30 pm include $4 Beers and $5 Wells. Come meet the industry folks, grab a bite and have a drink…
It’s Friday! Let’s start the festival off right!
Lyft gives free rides and donates to SF Web Fest on your behalf!
If you’re new to Lyft, sign up with the promo code WEBFEST for a free first ride up to $20. For every first free ride SF Web Fest gets a $10 donation!
Once you download the app, create an account and enter the code in the ‘Payment’ section. You ride free and donate to the fest all at once!
Looking for vehicle options to get to the event? We’ve got your options listed here!
Here’s our new Parking and Transportation Guide. More options will be listed as the festival progresses. See you at SF Web Fest!
Join us Sunday, June 7th to learn from an internet pioneer and hear about the new season of her AOL Originals hit show ‘The Future Starts Here with @TiffanyShlain’
Emmy-nominated filmmaker and Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain is one of Newsweek’s “women shaping the 21st century,” and is on NPR’s list of Best Commencement Speeches, Ever. Four of Tiffany’s films have premiered at Sundance, including her feature documentary Connected: An Autoblogography about Love, Death & Technology. The US State Department’s has selected three of Shlain’s films (Connected, Brain Power: From Neurons to Networks & The Science of Character), to represent America at embassies around the world. Her AOL original series The Future Starts Here explores creativity, science and technology and has received over 40 million views and was nominated for an Emmy Award in the category New Approaches: Arts, Lifestyle, Culture. She runs a nonprofit in San Francisco called Let It Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change, whose films combined have been translated into over 70 languages. The nonprofit hosts an annual Character Day, where they provide free films and resources worldwide about Character Education. Her two new films “The Adaptable Mind” about 21st Century skills and “The Making of a Mensch” will premiere on Sept 18th for Character Day 2015 at thousands of schools and organizations globally. For more info www.tiffanyshlian.com www.letitripple.org @tiffanyshlain Facebook