It's okay if you didn't get tickets to TEDxNewYork. You can still watch the sold-out event!


TEDxNewYork is coming! Saturday, September 10, visionaries from all over the city will give talks and take you down a rabbit hole of ideas at SVA Theatre in Chelsea. Did you forget to apply to attend? Missed the deadline? Can't be there the whole day? Never even heard of it? The all-day event is sold out, but we've got good news: There are two ways to tune in remotely to see talks from some of the brightest minds in the city.

If you want to stay in this Saturday, watch the livestream from home. Simply visit the TEDxNewYork site and watch live from your bedroom or living room. Grab some delicious snacks, and get the gang together to watch this stellar event. For details on how to watch, sign up for TEDxNewYork news.

If you want to get out of the house but didn't get a chance to apply for the event, we've got a special treat. Thanks to our partners at Microsoft Stores, you'll have a space to watch TEDxNewYork live! There are few cinematic experiences quite like it.

On Saturday, September 10 between 10:00am and 5:30pm, head to the Microsoft Flagship Store in Manhattan at 677 5th Avenue. There will be giveaways and competitions all day, so you may take home some of Microsoft's exciting prizes. You'll also be entered in a raffle to win tickets for the official TEDxNewYork after-party, where you'll mingle with other event attendees and this year's fascinating lineup of speakers.

It's really going to be an amazing day. Look forward to 14 eclectic talks and three thrilling performances, featuring ideas from Rebecca Brachman, a neuroscientist who is working on a drug that could prevent depression and PTSD; Adam Galinsky, a social psychologist who contemplates how we work with and against one another to achieve our goals, and Chris Jackson, a book editor who breathes life into the works of visionary black writers.

Be sure to watch, at home or at the Microsoft Flagship Store! For more information on this special TEDxNewYork satellite event and more, sign up to receive TEDxNewYork news.

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