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(and answers) About TEDxMileHigh: RETHINK!

Upon entry, be prepared to show either the original vaccination card, a printed copy of the vaccination card, or a photo of the vaccination card on your phone. Colorado residents can download the myColorado app for easy access to a digital COVID-19 vaccine record, which will also be accepted. Colorado residents can download the myColorado app for easy access to a digital COVID-19 vaccine record, which will also be accepted. You will also need to share proof of identification. Read our full COVID-19 guidelines here.

If you are unwell, please stay home. If you or a member of your party is experiencing symptoms similar to those of COVID-19 or have had known exposure to someone with COVID-19, please stay home.

Unvaccinated audience members are required to take a COVID-19 test within 72-hours before entry to the venue, and will provide printed or digital proof of negative result prior to entering the venue. Acceptable tests include: Diagnostic Tests, Molecular Tests, RT-PCR Tests, NAAT Tests, and Antigen Tests. You will also need to share proof of identification.  Read our full COVID-19 guidelines here.

If you are unwell, please stay home. If you or a member of your party is experiencing symptoms similar to those of COVID-19 or have had known exposure to someone with COVID-19, please stay home.

Download the AXS Tickets App on your mobile device before you arrive, sign in with the email address you used to purchase the tickets, and we’ll scan them at the door. You can also use the app to securely share your tickets with your friends and family.

All attendees will be required to wear a mask while indoors except when eating or drinking. For TEDxMileHigh: Rethink, we will have the Galleria outside to utilize during breaks. A mask is not required in the Galleria.

We strongly recommend you arrive promptly at 1pm for registration. This will allow for plenty of time to engage with exhibits, find your seat, and settle in for the show which starts at 2pm! Doors open to the theater at 1:35pm.

There will be drinks and small snacks available for purchase, but please come having already eaten lunch. Please note you cannot eat or drink once inside the theater. You can bring an empty water bottle for water.

No, attendees must remain masked unless taking brief sips of water. No other food or drink is allowed.

Yes, you can bring an empty water bottle to the event to refill at one of our water stations.

Please dress in weather-appropriate attire, as some of our exhibits are all outdoors this year. We encourage you to dress up in your favorite “Colorado Creative” attire. Some wear a t-shirt, others come much fancier, but almost nobody wears ties. And … there will be photo opportunities.

If you have not already purchased your ticket, please purchase wheelchair accessible tickets here and accessible tickets for low vision, blind, deaf, or hard of hearing here. If you have an accessibility accommodation but did not purchase an accessibility ticket, please email [email protected] When you arrive at the venue, please visit us at the Help Desk so we can make arrangements for your accommodations. 

Your seating assignment is based on your ticket type. Superhero and All Access ticket holders can sit in rows 1-4, VIP ticket holders can sit in rows 5-25, and GA ticket holders can sit in all other rows. We will have volunteers holding signs to indicate seating by section. If you have questions, please locate an usher or staff member!

As part of our COVID-19 Guidelines, we are spacing out seats in the theater as a precaution. Please do not sit in a seat that has been taped off.

Check out the digital attendee guide here for more info on schedule, speakers, exhibits, and more!

The eight-story, DPAC parking garage (managed by Denver Arts and Venues) is located onsite and can accommodate 1,700 vehicles. Garage entrances are located on Arapahoe and 13th St. Additional parking is available at the Colorado Convention Center Parking Garage located at Speer Blvd and Champa St, just 2 blocks South of the DPAC garage.

Air quality improvements have been made throughout the Arts Complex which include increased fresh air circulation, upgraded filters and installation of ionization devices in different theatres.

EPA-approved disinfectant is used to clean all high-touch areas and common spaces before and after events.

 

Our next event is TEDxMileHigh: Journey on Saturday, June 27. We’ll have 15 speakers, 25 exhibits and 3,000 attendees. Join us, won’t you?

Check Out TEDxMileHigh: Journey in June 2020

Yes! There is a Group Discount option available when tickets are purchased in bulk of 50 or more. Please email  [email protected] for information.

Absolutely! Please fill out a short application here.

You may request a refund for TEDxMileHigh: JOURNEY. Please email [email protected] to request a refund.

Answer: For in-person events, we encourage you to dress up in your favorite “Colorado Creative” attire. Some wear a t-shirt, others come much fancier, but almost nobody wears ties. And…there will be photo opportunities.

Our attendees vary in age from young to old, and we’d love to have your family join us. Although the talks are meant for a general audience, we do realize that not every topic may not be found age appropriate for young people depending on your discretion. While that discretion is up to you, no talks are uncomfortably graphic. If anything, we hope all of our talks provide an opportunity for great conversation and dialogue amongst your family!

However, we do record the talks inside the theatre, so we kindly ask that infants do not attend the event.

Yes! We provide a limited amount of space for writing in our programs, but it’s always worth bringing pen and paper for that moment when you hear something that could be life changing!

We have answers! Just shoot us an email at [email protected] and expect a response within 24 hours — 48 if it’s the weekend!

When the pandemic hit, TEDxMileHigh pivoted to allow us to share big ideas while ensuring the safety and health of our patrons like you. The virtual conferences are free and are streamed to you at home. The virtual conferences are slightly shorter in length with 8 speakers/presenters. Explore the virtual event program to engage with additional discussions and activities.

Your health and the health of our community remain our top priorities. With this in mind, we are hosting two additional virtual conferences on March 20 and June 26 before hopefully returning to in-person conferences for TEDxMileHigh in late 2021.

If you wish to get a refund, please contact [email protected].

Each talk is filmed and posted on our youtube channel and tedxmilehigh.com approximately six weeks after the event. Subscribe to our channel on youtube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSBqhUFsEBGdGCxLo6uKG1w

Yes. Our official name is the Action Mile High Foundation but we do business as TEDxMileHigh. We are a licensee of TED meaning we are required to follow TED guidelines and rules, but fiscally and operationally we are independent. We rely on the generosity of supporters, corporate sponsors, foundations and ticket sales to make our programming possible. We are a 501c3 organization and our tax ID number is 82-4823081.

Join us March 20 from 5-7:15 pm for TEDxMileHigh: UNCHARTED as we explore new ideas rising in science, art, health, poetry, and activism. This virtual event is FREE! To learn more and to register click here.

Email Alex Schulze at [email protected] or call 801-631-0903. To learn more about partnering with TEDxMileHigh please click here.

UNCHARTED on Saturday, March 20. We will have 8 speakers and performers and 7,000 virtual attendees. It is free and virtual. Join us, won’t you? Button: Check out TEDxMileHigh: UNCHARTED in March 2020. With a link to the eventbrite sign up.

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