Thanks to our sponsors, tickets are free! But their number is limited. Due to insurance and safety reasons, a ticket is necessary to attend UXcamp Europe.
The space – although large – can only hold so many people.
Tickets will be available on Tuesday, April 26th, at 5pm Berlin time
(CEST). Set an alarm so you don't miss it, in the past tickets were literally gone in minutes.
On that day, tickets will be available
Tickets are sold out and the waiting list is closed.
You need an official ticket to get in, we will not have special volunteer tickets. The ticket is not transferable and is for personal use only.
The situation here in Berlin is improving, but we still need to take some precautions, namely being vaccinated and wearing a mask indoors.
You must be fully vaccinated to attend UXcamp Europe, and we will confirm your status at the door when you receive your name badge. Please bring proof of your vaccination status in a digital form that we can scan. For people in Europe, this means the CovPass app or something similar. If you are coming from outside of Germany, more information can be found here.
Also, you must wear an FFP2/N95 mask indoors at all times. We can't make any exceptions here. So if for whatever reason you are unable to wear a mask all day, please refrain from coming to UXcamp. You can remove your mask while presenting your session, when you sit down for lunch, or when you are outside the building.
We know that this is no longer required from a regulatory perspective. However, we as organizers have decided to hold UXcamp Europe under these conditions. We want UXcamp Europe to be a safe space for you, the participants of UXcamp Europe. Since a lot of people come together in an enclosed space, we do not consider it responsible to allow unvaccinated people. We deliberately go beyond the legally required minimum in Berlin.
What if I wasn’t able to get a ticket? Can I
attend UXcamp Europe anyway?
I have a ticket, but I can’t attend, what should
There are always lots of people on the waiting list for UXcamp Europe – please make one of them happy and cancel your ticket so it can be made available to other participants. To cancel your ticket click on "Change Details" in your ticket email from Tito. This is is just good barcamp etiquette and please be aware that we will be closely monitoring our "no-show" rate for this year. Thanks!
Do I have to bring a copy of my ticket?
Yes, please! A printout of your ticket helps speed things up at the registration desk considerably. Even better, as far as the trees are concerned, Tito includes a QR code, a PDF, and an Apple Wallet ticket in your confirmation email – so showing us your electronic ticket is even better than paper.
Which vaccines do you accept?
We follow the definitions of the official German public health institutions (i.e. Robert-Koch-Institut and Paul-Ehrlich-Institut). In order to be allowed to enter UXcamp Europe 22, you must be fully vaccinated with one of the authorised vaccines in Germany.
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