Your health and safety
The health and safety of everyone involved is a major priority for the Summit event team. In the run up to and during Summit we will be reviewing the latest public health and safety provisions. Should any requirements arise (during the time of the event, Nov 13-17) from the King County Health Order, and the CDC provisions relating to the Covid pandemic, all attendees will be required to comply with all current health and safety provisions, and/or any other provisions implemented by Redgate at its discretion. In order to ensure everyone's safety at the event, we encourage anyone who is feeling unwell to stay away from the event.
New to Seattle?
Seattle is a dynamic, walkable urban city surrounded by unmatched natural beauty. Featuring world-class attractions to major sports teams, a thriving art and cultural scene, and beyond, there's always something to do here. We have been working closely with Visit Seattle in our planning for Summit. Check out the travel and accommodation page and for more information on traveling tips and local safety, download Visit Seattle's Safety & Security Tips.
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The Convention Center
When you're ready, head to the Seattle Convention Center Arch at 705 Pike Street from Sunday 5pm onwards and visit the Summit Registration Desk. The team will be on hand to answer any questions you have.
See the schedule at a glance for timings of key activities during the week.
We highly recommend attending the Welcome Reception at 6pm on Tuesday 14 November 2023. It's a chance to meet fellow data professionals, speakers, and industry leaders. It's also a great way of kicking off the main conference in style, as an attendee you'll be able to enjoy a variety of canapés, drinks (including non-alcoholic beverages), and you'll be able to join in on the fun with Rockaroke, Networking Bingo and Caricaturists.