We're pleased to announce the start of the EuroPython 2021 ticket sales:
Updated ticket structure
For EuroPython 2021, we'll have more than 10 training sessions and workshops spread across two days. There is a combined ticket available for those who wish to attend both.
We also added a new livestream-only ticket for getting access to the live streams. It's free, but you'll miss out on the interactivity.
- Combined tickets: Access to the whole seven day conference, including training sessions, workshops, conference days and sprints.
- Conference + sprint tickets: Access to conference days and sprints.
- Sprint-only tickets: Free access to the sprint days only.
- Livestream-only tickets: Free access to the live streams of the conference sessions only. No access to the conference system.
- Business tickets: For people using Python to make a living and people who want to support our grants program.
- Personal tickets: For people enjoying Python in their free time or as a freelancer.
For full details, which include ticket prices, a comparison features and the link to the ticket shop, please see our registration page. Our financial aid program will be available starting Wednesday, April 21.
Participate in Talk Voting
With a conference or combined ticket, you will also be able to tell us what you’d like to see at EuroPython 2021 by voting on the submitted talk proposals. Talk voting will start after the end of the Call for Proposals (CFP).
Guido van Rossum Core Developer Grant
For Python Core Developers, we have put a special grant in place, which will allow core developers to get free combined tickets to the conference.
If you want to sign up, please check our grant page for details on how to apply.
EuroPython 2021 will be run online from July 26 - August 1:
- Two workshop/training days (July 26 - 27)
- Three conference days (July 28 - 30)
- Two sprint days (July 31 - August 1)
The sessions will be scheduled to ensure they are also accessible for those in the Asian and Americas time zones.