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Symposium Attire

The attire for this event is business for civilian attendees and Service Dress/Class As/uniform of the day for military attendees. No relaxed casual wear (flip flops, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jerseys, shorts, sandals, tattered jeans, etc.) allowed. Space Foundation reserves the right to refuse entrance due to inappropriate attire. Comfortable shoes are recommended.

Agenda

As always, the Space Symposium is loaded with superior content and speakers. Be sure to download our app and/or visit our website for the latest and most up-to-date agenda.

APP: www.spacesymposium.org/m
WEBSITE: Agenda 38th Space Symposium


Virtual Experience

Premium Access registrants can access our live speaking sessions and our Virtual Experience (a bonus $750 value). We encourage registrants to take advantage of this added benefit and resource. Not only will the Virtual Experience livestream our general speaking sessions from The Broadmoor, these sessions and the Track Pass sessions at Cheyenne Mountain Resort will be available on demand. Another bonus – view this content from a location that is comfortable and convenient for you. Sessions typically get full quickly. Virtual Experience is a great alternative for those wanting to escape the crowds.

NOTE: Virtual Experience login instructions will be sent out on Wednesday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 30th. If you do not receive these credentials by March 30th, please email [email protected].

Session seating at The Broadmoor and Cheyenne Mountain Resort is EXTREMELY LIMITED and available on a first-come, first served basis. Seats are not guaranteed. Please plan to view the content via Virtual Experience if seats are unavailable.

Track Pass sessions at Cheyenne Mountain Resort (CMR) will be available on the Virtual Experience within 48 business hours event. Premium Access registrants are encouraged to view Track Pass sessions via the Virtual Experience, as seats are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.


Check-In Information

Make sure to allow sufficient time to retrieve your credentials. To help expedite your check-in, have your government-issued ID and QR code ready. Your QR code automatically prints your Symposium badge. Check-in will be available with limited hours starting on Saturday, April 15th. Those planning to attend the speaking sessions should consider checking in on Saturday, Sunday or Monday to beat the Tuesday morning rush.

Your QR code is included with the confirmation email you will receive when you register. If you cannot retrieve your QR code, you can log into your registration account from your mobile device to find it. Otherwise, our check-in representative can look you up by name or email when you arrive.


Check-In Hours and Location


Your badge is required to access all areas, including The Opening Ceremony.


COVID-19 Mitigation

Space Foundation encourages its 38th Space Symposium attendees to be vaccinated and continue to practice COVID-19 mitigation practices. Those mitigation efforts will continue to be practiced throughout the entire course of the 38th Space Symposium operations.


Parking and Shuttle Information

The Broadmoor does have extremely limited parking available in their parking garage for $20/day. We encourage the use of the complimentary shuttle service, which transports attendees to/from our offsite hotels* to the event. Shuttle Schedule

Parking is also available at The Broadmoor World Arena for $10/day, which includes a continuous shuttle to/from The Broadmoor.

Rental cars may be difficult to secure due to the current shortage.  We highly encourage you to reserve a vehicle as soon as possible.

 

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