Collision isn’t a 9-5 kind of conference. The true networking begins after the stages wind down and the speakers, investors, startups and other attendees make their way to the local bars and clubs for our NOLA Pub Crawls and Night Summit.
Collision kicks off with the Opening Night Summit. Let’s take a look at what you can expect when the sun goes down and the conference takes to the streets…Click on the image to download our interactive map of Night Summit locations
Monday, April 25: Warehouse District
Don’t miss Opening Night Summit at 7.30pm in NOLA’s Warehouse District.
Come along to Howlin’ Wolf, Republic and Red Eye to celebrate the beginning of what will be an incredible few days of legendary networking.
Monday is also the day for our famous Pub Crawls. At our sister events we’ve shown our attendees around Dublin, Hong Kong and Las Vegas. Now it’s NOLA’s turn. Sign ups close this Wednesday, April 13, so put your name down now while you still can.Night Summit at our sister event, Web Summit
Tuesday, April 26: Fulton Street
After a jam-packed day of talks from the likes of Mick Foley and GE’s Linda Boff, you’ll be well ready for the afterparty that kicks off at 7.30pm. We’re partnering with IBM Design for Tuesday’s night event. Fulton Alley is where it’s at. Expect world-class food, drink and a serious night.
Wednesday, April 27: Fulton Street
Midway through Collision we have no intention of slowing down. TechPilot is partnering with us for the afterparty in Ernst Cafe, while Desk.com is bringing the party to Fulton Alley, the sleek bowling venue and bar. Plus, there’s a chance to win $500 – tweet your bowling score to @Desk using #RollWithDesk and you’ll be in with a chance.
Launch Pad is also hosting a party in NOLA’s only champagne lounge Apres. It all begins at 7.30pm on Wednesday.Fulton Alley, where Desk.com are hosting a Night Summit party
Thursday, April 28: Tchoupitoulas Street
You’ll probably be exhausted at this stage, but you can’t miss the closing party. Join us for our closing party in Lucy’s Retired Surfers Bar & Restaurant and Legacy Kitchen, both on Tchoupitoulas Street.
Who needs sleep anyway? See you there.