Tickets

The ticket application for TEDxUppsalaUniversity 2014 is now open for submissions.

By filling out the form with your personal details, background and your motivations you will be able to apply for a ticket. Please study the application process thoroughly and also have a look at our ticketing policy. We would like to offer as many tickets as there are applications, however, only a maximum of 100 seats can be applied for. Therefore the committee will check each single application to ensure a diverse audience. If there is an overwhelming number of applications we will consider hosting live viewing parties.

Key facts

Poster1Ticket price: 200 SEK for students, 300 SEK for non-students
Number of tickets available: 100
Application closes: 24 October 2014, Friday 12:00
Invitations sent out by e-mail: 27 October 2014
Confirmation via payment: 31 October 2014
Event: 15 November 2014, Saturday 13:00

Time and Location

TEDxUppsalaUniversity 2014 will be held on Saturday, November 15th 2014, at Uppsala Stadsteater, Kungsgatan 53. Applications for tickets will open soon – stay tuned by following our social media channels found at the bottom of this page.

The Venue – Uppsala Stadsteater

While searching for the venue, we were looking for a place that can both represent Uppsala and create the ambience that TED talks are known for. Just like the city of Uppsala, the theatre is a crossroad between old and new; history and innovation, making it an exquisite setting for ideas worth spreading.

The Idea

Poster“Who Cares?” is the theme of TEDxUppsalaUniversity 2014. With this provocative and playful approach, we want to reflect on today’s world and leave room for everyone to find their own answer.

Our aim with this theme is to seek true passion and innovative visions. We strive to find ideas and perspectives that inspire and raise awareness about issues that make an impact on ourselves and our environment. By inviting a range of speakers from different disciplines and diverse backgrounds, we aim to spark curiosity and provoke thoughts that people might be oblivious to.

We all have something that matters to us; family, the environment, career, human rights, justice, victims in wars and conflicts, or finding happiness. But do we care enough to make a change?

P.S. Feel free to support us with the hashtag #WhoCares