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Philly Tech Week’s biggest celebration of innovation and technology will be at the Comcast Center Friday night. The fifth annual Signature Event closes out Philly Tech Week 2015 presented by Comcast — and promises to be a total blowout.
One ticket gets you an open bar (local craft brews, wine and soda), a huge variety of Di Bruno Bros. food and an unlimited amount of gaming and demos.
Purchase your ticket now to get the lowest rate available and join us at the party of the week. Ticket prices increase tonight at midnight.
Play with cool local tech from:
- Art by Algorithm, code-powered art!
- Biomeme, DNA testing!
- Cipher Prime, video games!
- Cleaversoft, video games!
- Department of Making + Doing, local makers!
- EvoXLabs, accessibility hacks!
- ExCITe Center, robots!
- Hive76, games!
- Narbis, brain exercises!
- NextFab, 3D printing!
- NRI, 3D-printed figurines of you!
- Photobot 3000, photo booth!
- Technical.ly, free T-shirts, free #PTW15 tattoos!
- The Tux Junior Development Team, cabinet gaming consoles!
- Zonoff, connected-home devices!
Awesome snacks and brews:
- Gourmet hot dogs
- Mini meatball brioche sandwiches
- Mini pretzels with artisan dip
- Vegan, gluten-free pasta
- Hot nuts
- Freshly popped popcorn
- Ice cream bar
The Philly Tech Week Signature Event is an annual cocktail party meets interactive local technology expo. This is a celebration of the Philadelphia technology community with all of Philly Tech Week’s attendees, sponsors and organizers. Join us!-30-
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