SXSW AMA on Wed Morning, Oct 10
The next big Keynote and Featured Speaker announcement for SXSW 2019 is scheduled on Tuesday, October 9. Learn complete details on this next batch of big-name speakers by staying tuned to the SXSW website.
Or you can get more context on this announcement from me at 8:00 am on Wednesday, October 10 at the offices of the Austin Chamber of Commerce (535 East 5th Street, adjacent to the Downtown Hilton Hotel). Titled “TechTalk with Hugh Forrest,” this session will also give you a chance to ask other questions related to the March 2019 event.
RSVP here to ensure your spot at this October 10 AMA. No cost to attend — and we’ll provide hot coffee and tasty breakfast tacos to nibble on while you’re listening to me talk about what we have in store for next spring.
Speaking of big announcements, also mark your calendar for Tuesday, October 16. This is the day we reveal 500+ confirmed sessions for SXSW 2019 — all of which will come from speaking proposals entered via the PanelPicker interface.
More Upcoming Austin Events
Oct 9: Texas Voter Registration Deadline
Oct 10: TechTalk with Hugh Forrest: SXSW 2019 Programming
Oct 9–11: Enterprise Wearable Technology Summit
Oct 11: Casey Gerald Book Reading
Oct 12–14: ACL Fest, Weekend #2
Oct 19–21: Formula 1 Pirelli United States Grand Prix
Oct 19–21: National Health Equity Hackathon
Oct 23: Girlstart Game Changers Luncheon with Emily Chang
Oct 25-Nov 1: Austin Film Festival
Oct 26: Leadership Teams for Business Success
Oct 27–28: 2018 Texas Book Festival
Nov 6: 2018 Midterm Elections
Nov 6–7: Time Machine 2018
Nov 9: SXSW Pitch Entry Deadline
Nov 9: SXSW Interactive Innovation Awards Entry Deadline
Nov 27–28: Solar Business Festival
Jan 26: Smart City Saturday Teen Only Hackathon
If you have a creativity-focused event that you want listed in this space, then please contact hugh at sxsw dot com.
Hugh Forrest serves as Chief Programming Officer at SXSW, the world’s most unique gathering of creative professionals. He also tries to write at least four paragraphs per day on Medium. These posts often cover tech-related trends; other times they focus on books, pop culture, sports and other current events.