We have three different tracks at VidCon!
- The Community Track is for people interested in online video, its creators, and its culture. You will find Q&As, discussions, concerts, interviews, expo booths, parties, VidCon Prom, movie nights, meet-ups, and more. This track gives you access to participate in the Meet & Greet Lottery.
- The Creator Track is a great fit for anyone hoping to create better content, grow the fanbase of their channel, break into the industry, and meet fellow creators. If you want to learn more about the process of making great content for a channel, this may be the right track for you. This badge includes bonus access to panels, opportunities for networking, access to the Creator Chat Lottery, and workshops on top of access to community badge activities. This track does not give you access to participate in the Meet & Greet Lottery. You will not have access to the Meet & Greet Hall.
- The Industry Track is great for attendees affiliated with online video in any professional capacity. If you are part of a production company, network, channel, or work in talent management, software development, or venture investment this may be the right track for you. An Industry badge will give you access to workshops, exclusive panels, platform and product demonstrations. There will also hands-on training and networking opportunities with other members of your community. The Industry Track ticket has access to all Community, Creator, and Industry Track content, including access to participate in the Meet & Greet and Creator Chat Lotteries.
Are you a parent or chaperone? We have something for you, too!
- The Chaperone Track is wonderful opportunity for parents, guardians, and chaperones to accompany attendees under the age of 16 at a reduced cost. Chaperone badge holders will have access to all Community Track content throughout the weekend except the Meet & Greet Lottery. Chaperones will still be able to accompany underage attendees into the Meet & Greet Hall.
*The Chaperone Ticket does not provide Creator or Industry Track access. If you are accompanying a child on one of those tracks, you will need to purchase a Creator or Industry Track ticket.