WordCamp Nashville – Sept. 17-18

WordCamp Nashville 2016 is set for September 17-18. Early registration ends at midnight on September 4, so get your tickets now to ensure we’re prepared to see your smiling face!

A $40 ticket gets you two days of WordPress awesomeness, Nashville WordCamp swag, a tasty lunch, PLUS admission to the after-party.

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This year promises to be the best WordCamp Nashville’s ever experienced, with expanded programming, a new venue, and lots of excitement!

WordCamp Nashville tickets are on sale now for the September 17-18 event

Make new connections and beef up your WordPress chops at WordCamp Nashville, September 17-18. Photo by Chelsie Goodwin.

Two days of programming

We wouldn’t be doing the burgeoning Nashville tech scene justice if we weren’t growing right alongside it! Camps of years’ past have happened all in one day, but this year we’re expanding to two. The first day will be familiar to attendees from previous years – 8 hours of sessions that fall into three tracks targeted at different types of users, followed by the always-popular after party. The second day will be a contributor day where attendees can learn how to contribute to WordPress in a variety of ways from code to community organizing, supplemented with small classes that will allow attendees to go in-depth on three different topics.

All attendees are invited to attend any session, regardless of skill level, and can switch back and forth between tracks at any time.

A brand new location

As much as we loved Nashville School of Law, we wanted to be closer to the heart of the city and closer to the community that sustains us. This year we’ll be at redpepper & deavor.

redpepper & deavor are conveniently located to all that Germantown – and the city at large – has to offer.

For those coming from out of town, Germantown is a must-visit. For locals, there’s no other area that is so close to the city center while also feeling like home. Germantown is listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1979 and was Nashville’s first suburb. It is one of Nashville’s most architecturally heterogeneous neighborhoods, containing a significant concentration of Victorian building styles and has been designated as a city Arboretum by the Nashville Tree Foundation.

Nearby points of interest include: The Nashville Farmers’ Market, home to up to 100 farmers and artisans, 16 restaurants and shops, and more than 50 merchants selling clothes, jewelry, home goods, and more; Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, where you can explore Tennessee via a 200-foot granite map of the state, a walkway featuring the 95 counties, 31 fountains representing the major rivers of Tennessee and an extraordinary wall depicting the history of the state; restaurants including Germantown Café, Monell’s, Mad Platter Restaurant, City House, Rolf and Daughters, Butchertown Hall, and The Red Bicycle Coffee and Crepes; and the new First Tennessee Park, the new home to the Nashville Sounds, AAA affiliate to the Oakland A’s.

So much excitement!

Nashville is growing by leaps and bounds, and so is the WordPress community. Right now, there are over 1400 members of our local MeetUp group, and right now, community members are working to schedule MeetUp sessions in neighboring cities like Franklin, Mt. Juliet and Hendersonville. The enthusiasm and passion for WordPress is growing, and this year’s camp is your only opportunity to connect with so many ‘Pressers in one place at the same time.

This year’s WordCamp will bring together more local WordPress fans than ever before – don’t miss out!

Register now for WordCamp Nashville 2016

Refund policy and ticket help
You may request a ticket refund until Wednesday September 14th. We understand that life changes so if you need to ask for a refund please contact wordcamp@wpnashville.com or contact us through our Contact Page. You can also use the WordCamp contact page if you have trouble buying your ticket or have other questions.


One Reply to WordCamp Nashville – Sept. 17-18

  1. Ed Stutzman says:

    This was the first WordCamp for myself and my son, Evan, and it was fantastic!

    We met many interesting people and thoroughly enjoyed the professional and highly informative presentations on Saturday and Sunday.

    The hospitality was first class all the way including the venue, registration, vendor tables, swag, food, and did I mention swag?

    It was great to see so many vendors. Having seen their ads and read about so many people using their services or plugins it was impressive to see their support and participation.

    Having built several sites with WordPress since 2009 I always wondered what these WordCamps were all about and now that I know I’m mad I didn’t start going sooner. It was incredibly awesome to see the “reality” of an open-source community I’ve only known through the internet come alive right before my eyes.

    Great job WordPress Nashville! We’re both really looking forward to next year!!