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The Bash includes a host of fun activities that will fulfill your inner geekiness, no matter your age!

Virtual Reality. Video Games. Robotics. And epic dodgeball, foosball, ping pong and Settlers of Catan tournaments.

The annual GeekWire Bash, the most unique and fun event on the Seattle tech calendar, is coming up on Thursday, March 7. This giant geek festival draws more than 2,000 people, and is now open to geeks of all ages! Bring your family — or a co-worker who still acts like a kid. Either way, you’ll have a blast.

Don’t wait: Early-bird rates end this Friday, Feb. 1. Go here to purchase tickets before ticket prices go up.

We’ll be bringing back the ping-pong paddles, dodgeball courts, foosball tables and Catan boards for our annual tournaments, featuring some high-energy action between rival tech companies. The tournaments, which draw more than 500 participants, sell out every year, so make sure to secure your spot today. New this year: A doubles ping pong tournament! More information about the tournaments can be found here.

The GeekWire Bash, presented by First Tech Federal Credit Union, is a great team building activity whether you’re strategizing over tabletop games, going for a killer dodgeball dive or cheering each other on in other offbeat activities. Group tickets are available, so you can bring your whole team out.

In addition to fun tournaments, we’ll also debut a new Junior Geek Zone (targeted for kids age 5 and up), including participants from FIRST Washington Robotics competing in the inaugural GeekWire Robotics Cup. Bring the family to this year’s event and enjoy great carnival games and STEM-focused activities provided by area partners.

A big thanks to this year’s GeekWire Bash sponsors.

Grab those tickets here or below before early bird rates end. See you March 7 at the GeekWire Bash!

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