FITC Toronto

Contest: Win a Pass to FITC

FITC, one of North America's most anticipated annual festivals covering new media, design and technology, is back in Toronto for a seventh year starting April 19th. Once again, the event is jammed packed with presentations, demonstrations and panel discussion featuring the world's finest tech geeks and designers who are at the forefront of creating some of the interactive world's most cutting edge stuff. Sessions cover all aspects of the creative process, explore the latest developments in rich media technology, and provide insight into the ups and downs of running an interactive business.

There's also an awards show at Revival and parties each night at spots like the Burroughes Building, Wrongbar and Tattoo.

Advance tickets for the three day event start at $325 for students to $699 for regular folk. But since blogTO is a sponsor this year we've managed to land a festival pass that we'll be giving away to one lucky winner. Keep reading for details on how this pass could be yours!

Contest details:

To win the contest, all you need to do is be the first person to place a comment on this post exactly on or after 3pm EST tomorrow (Wednesday). In your comment, you must name one of the other cities (ie. not Toronto) that FITC has or will be taking place in 2008.

Please note:

* Only place one comment. Anyone who places more than one comment will be disqualified. We will be tracking double comments by IP address.
* Anyone who places a comment before 3pm EST tomorrow (Wednesday) will be disqualified.
* The contest is open to Ontario residents only.

Prize details:

The winner of the contest will receive a FITC delegate pass which includes access to the conference, awards show and all the parties.

More details about FITC:

* Featured Speakers
* Schedule

Photo by FITC on Flickr


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