Second Batch of Crunchies Tickets on Sale Now
I know that all of you have been waiting on pins and needles? refreshing the TechCrunch home page multiple times each day to see when the next batch of Crunchies tickets will be on sale. Well, today is the day! The second batch of tickets for the 5th Annual Crunchies Awards are available now. 250 tickets have been released for the annual event honoring the best achievements in tech brought to you by GigaOm, VentureBeat and TechCrunch for general admission purchase. The first batch sold out in less than two hours, so purchase your tickets now, lest you have to wait for the next release in January.
The Crunchies has a bigger, grander home this year at the Davies Symphony Hall with the after party to immediately follow at the same venue. The Davies is home to the world renowned San Francisco Symphony, now its 100th year. The Davies Symphony Hall is one of the world?s most modern and beautiful acoustic venues. In addition to the San Francisco Symphony?s infamous musical premieres, the Davies has hosted benefit concerts and readings with Sting, Tom Hanks, Julia Roberts, Jack Nicholson, Annette Benning, Bruce Willis and Sean Penn. The Davies Symphony Hall has sweeping views of San Francisco City Hall and the War Memorial Opera House. The curved, floor to ceiling glass lobby makes a gorgeous setting for the 5th Annual Crunchies. If you would like to learn more about the Crunchies, you can check out all of last year?s Crunchies Awards happenings here.
Tickets will sell out quickly. Don?t delay in getting your seat for the hottest party to kick off the new year in tech. If you miss your chance to get your tickets today, we?ll release another batch of tickets in January. Stay tuned for future ticket release announcements.
After the past few weeks of spirited debates, all of the nominations are in and the votes are being tabulated. We will announce the finalists in early January and open voting for the Crunchies awards.
The 5th Annual Crunchies Awards
Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Louise M. Davies Symphony H