Jun 04 2019
Jun 04

Join us Wednesday, October 2 through Saturday, October 5 at our new venue, The Hotel Shattuck! As always, we promise to deliver the most thought-provoking Drupal content in the Bay Area....we excited to be venturing "off the island" as well.

Another year, another exciting adventure, including:
Sparkling training
Mind-expanding presentations
Mind-altering sessions
Wonky sprints
Loopy socials
Summits galore

Join us as we unroll the 13th year of awesome Drupaliciousness!

May 14 2019
May 14

NEW YEAR, NEW VENUE - SAVE THE DATE!

We are in our 13th magical year, can you believe it? We'll be returning to Berkeley October 2nd - 5th, 2019!

We are stoked to be moving the venue to The Hotel Shattuck for 4 glorious days of the sessions, training classes, summits, sponsors, and parties you all know and love!

The 2019 website is currently under construction, but we couldn't wait to share our dates with the community. We'll keep you posted as the magic unfolds...

BOOK YOUR HOTEL EARLY:

Berkeley hotels often fill up early for BADCamp week due to other events in the area. Book early to confirm your hotel!

We have rooms reserved at The Hotel Shattuck.

The Hotel Shattuck is in the heart of Berkeley only a few blocks from the UC Berkeley campus. The Hotel Shattuck Plaza building is one of the oldest hotels in Berkeley and was totally renovated just a few years ago. It's only a block from the Downtown Berkeley BART Station and provides easy access to the San Francisco and Oakland airports, as well as downtown SF. There are hundreds of fantastic restaurants and bars within a short walk.

Book online or call the Group Reservations team on their direct line
(510) 225-6013 during their business hours of with the group code 1910BADCAMP19.
www.hotelshattuckplaza.com

Business Hours
Monday - Friday
8:30am - 5:30 pm

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