DjangoCon Europe, 2nd to 7th June 2015, in Cardiff, Wales. 6 days of talks, tutorials and code.

Tickets

Ticket sales are now open, with rates for individuals, corporate attendees and students.

Conference tickets for DjangoCon Europe have sold out (open day events are still available). If you missed out on a ticket, please register your interest (see bottom of that page) as soon as possible. We expect a handful more to become available.

What’s included

  • all six days of the event - all the talks, tutorials, code sprints and clinics you desire
  • lunch and refreshments on all days
  • conference dinner
  • social events
  • … and more!

You will need to obtain and pay for your own accommodation (see recommended conference hotels).

Special evening meals

Alongside your conference tickets, you can also buy tickets for some evening meals at some very-strongly recommended restaurants in very special venues.

See Dining at Django Europe for more on what we have in store.

Open day

All events on the Open Day are completely free and as the name suggests, open to everyone. Some events will require registration, which will open closer to the date.

Which tickets to buy

We’ve done our utmost to keep prices as low as possible, for everyone, and we’re relying on the help and goodwill of the Django community to make it viable.

Every corporate ticket makes it possible for us to issue a Student ticket - so if your employer is paying for your ticket, please ensure you select a Corporate rate ticket. Again, we believe that our attendees understand and the principle and will respect the policy.

You can also buy an extra Diversity supporter ticket which will be allocated to someone who couldn’t otherwise afford to attend, or simply make an additional Donation, of any (nearly) amount, that will go towards a fund to support attendees on lower budgets.

Note that you can also support other attendees through sponsorship or a direct donation via bank transfer, which is more cost-effective.

Financial assistance

Grants to assist attendees on low budgets and a number of free and discounted tickets will be awarded by a committee of the Django Software Foundation. A call for applications is open (closes on 18th March).

The grants committee will be especially interested in receiving applications from people belonging to under-represented demographic groups.

Where the money goes

DjangoCon Europe is run entirely by volunteers, on a non-profit basis.

Everything we receive from your ticket purchases and your donations will go directly towards the costs of running the event and making it as enjoyable and memorable as possible for our attendees.