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TEDxWilmington has 30 reasons why you should attend its 7th annual conference

The Sept. 27 event is titled “WHAT NOW?”

TEDxWilmington talks racked up over 13 million views as of 2018. (Screenshot)

TEDxWilmington’s seventh annual conference will be happening Sept. 27 at the Figure 8 Barn at Bellevue State Park. (Yes, a barn. This year’s event features 30 speakers and a horse. But it’s not just any barn. The Figure 8 is a 3,000-person event space with theater seating.) This year’s theme is “NOW WHAT?”

Ajit George, who was granted the TEDx license for Wilmington in 2011, teases the event in this video by the DeTv crew:

Tickets to the event are $100, with scholarship tickets available.

Ticket prices includes a food truck lunch from either The Roaming Raven or Zaikka on Wheels. For more information, click here.

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