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Sorry, we’re no longer accepting applications for Google I/O 2019 tickets. You can still join in remotely via I/O Extended and our livestream.

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Ticket types

General admission

I/O welcomes anyone who pursues development and tech as a career, side occupation, or hobby.

$1,150

Community

To be eligible, you must be an active member/partner of one of the Google Developers programs.

$750

Academic

To be eligible, you must be an active full-time student, professor, faculty or staff member at a high school or institution of higher learning, including those graduating in 2019 prior to the event. See terms and conditions.

$375

General FAQ

The 2019 developer festival will be held from May 7 – 9 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California.
To stay up-to-date on the latest information on Sessions, speakers, and overall activities, be sure to frequently visit the Google I/O 2019 website, the Google Developers Blog, and follow us on Twitter and Facebook. You can also follow and join the social conversation about Google I/O 2019 via the official #io19 hashtag. In addition, we'll be emailing important information to all registered attendees, along with check-in instructions prior to the festival.
Yes, there will be I/O 2019 mobile apps for Android and iOS as well as a mobile PWA. The I/O 2019 mobile apps will be released closer to the event. You will be able find all the info you need about I/O using an app or this site.

Extended Audience

The two Keynotes and all Sessions will be livestreamed on the event website’s homepage during the three days of the festival. If you’re busy at work or on the other side of the planet with a tricky time difference, you can watch the session recordings later on the Google Developers YouTube channel.
Yes! Every year, developers around the world host Google I/O Extended events. During these events, organizers can livestream the event and host their own sessions including hackathons, codelabs, demos, and more. If you’re joining us as an I/O Extended host this year, here are the steps you should take to get started:
  • Read through the Organizer Guide to get tips and suggestions on how to host a successful event.
  • Register your public event on the I/O website for increased visibility.
  • Use the official #io19extended hashtag on all your social posts related to I/O Extended for easier discoverability.
Note: I/O Extended hosts can request the deletion of their personal and/or event data after the event ends by emailing io19@google.com. If you simply want to attend an I/O Extended event, browse our map to find one near you and RSVP! For questions about the I/O Extended program, contact us at io19extended@google.com.
Yes. The I/O Live widget allows you to deliver the I/O livestream and/or official #io19 social feed directly to your audience. We’ll share more details on how to embed the I/O Live widget on your website soon.

Drawing FAQ

Registration for Google I/O includes three full days of Sessions, Codelabs, Demos, App Reviews, Office Hours, admission to the After Dark reception, and attendance at the Keynotes. We also provide complimentary breakfast, lunch, and snacks each day. In addition, attendees receive a festival badge and may be offered additional gifts. If you aren’t sure whether the professional guidelines for your school, university, organization, or agency would allow you to accept these items, please check with your local ethics officer before the event. The food and gifts are optional, so it may be possible to attend Google I/O even if you cannot accept any giveaways.
There are two ways to get a ticket: by applying to the ticket drawing or via invitation.
If you require a visa letter regarding your Google I/O attendance, please indicate so when completing the registration form and we’ll email it to you within 7 business days. If you haven’t received your letter or have questions regarding the process, you can contact io19@google.com. Google won’t be able to contact an embassy on your behalf.
An invitation is not a guarantee for a ticket. Tickets are available first-come, first-served. You can still join in on the fun remotely via I/O Extended and our livestream.
Yes, you can cancel your ticket until April 9 via your I/O profile page. After that date, sales are final and refunds can no longer be issued.
No. We’ll need to verify your registration details against a government-issued photo ID when you come to pick-up your badge.
Attendees must be at least 16 years of age to attend Google I/O. 16, and 17-year-old attendees don’t require an adult to accompany them; however, they must provide a signed version of the parental consent form received via email in advance of the event. In addition, Google doesn’t offer chaperone tickets for 16, and 17-year-old attendees. The official parental consent form will be emailed to you closer to the event, and you must return a signed version over email before picking up your badge onsite.
You can access your purchase receipt on your I/O profile page at any time. If you need additional information in the receipt, please contact io19@google.com, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your request. View the full registration terms and conditions. Still have questions? Email io19@google.com.
  • Each individual may purchase only one ticket. Tickets for Google I/O are for the full three-day festival, and no single-day tickets are available.
  • The following cards will be accepted as a method of payment: Amex, Discover, JCB, Mastercard, and Visa.
  • You may not register on behalf of anyone else.
  • Google I/O tickets must be used by the original registrant and are non-transferable.
  • By registering and accepting any discounts, gifts, or items of value related to Google I/O, you certify that you are able to do so in compliance with applicable laws and the internal rules of your organization.
  • Tickets may not be sold, bartered, auctioned, or transferred in any way, and doing so may result in Google rendering the ticket null and void without any responsibility to Google.
  • At check-in, we’ll check your photo ID prior to assigning you your Google I/O badge. We're OK with government-issued licenses, passports, and other forms of identification. If you don’t have proper identification, you won’t be able to receive a badge and won’t be admitted into the festival. Please make sure to register using the name that matches the government-issued photo ID you’ll be presenting when you check in to the festival.
  • If you buy an academic ticket and can't provide academic documentation during check-in at Google I/O, you won't be admitted or offered a refund, nor will you be able to convert your ticket to general admission. Please be sure to bring a current school ID or other proof that you are qualified to receive this special rate when you check in at the festival.
  • Ticket purchases can be refunded through April 9, 2019, via your I/O profile page.
  • After April 10, 2019, all ticket sales are final. There will be no refunds or exchanges regardless of weather conditions, session availability, or any other circumstance.
  • Attendees must be at least 16 years of age to attend Google I/O. 16, and 17 year old attendees don’t require an adult to accompany them; however, they must provide a signed version of the parental consent form received via email in advance of the event. In addition, Google doesn’t offer chaperone tickets for 16, and 17-year-old attendees.
  • Attendees aren’t permitted to bring guests to Google I/O, to the After Dark party, or to the After Dark concert. If you have someone traveling with you, they’ll need to register themselves and purchase an attendee ticket.
  • Photographs and/or video taken at Google I/O by Google, or others on behalf of Google, may include your image or likeness. You agree that Google may use such photographs and/or video for any purpose without compensation to you.
  • All information entered into the registration form must be correct and accurate to the best of your knowledge. All information must be entered in English. Some of the information entered (such as name, company, and the photo you upload), will be displayed on the attendee badge.
  • By registering for a ticket you acknowledge that your information will be used in accordance with Google's Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.
  • Google I/O badges will contain NFC, BLE, or other RFID technologies to help us serve attendees and determine participation in various Sessions and activities.
  • In order to facilitate the use of attendee badges at Google I/O, Google uses its third party provider, ITN, to provide access control and badge printing services. By registering for Google I/O, you are consenting to have your information (name, company, image, guest type, customer ID, keynote seat assignment, material redemption eligibility, t-shirt size, and session attendance) shared with ITN. All of your data shared with ITN will be deleted by ITN four weeks after Google I/O 2019.
  • Badge Technology: In order to help Google understand which event experiences at Google I/O are well attended and to also ensure the event is safe and secure, Google will utilize both Near Field Communications (“NFC”) and Bluetooth Low Energy (“BLE”) technology (optional). BLE will only be utilized in demo locations around the Sandbox at Google I/O. By registering for Google I/O, you consent to having a badge that utilizes NFC technology as this is mandatory for the safety and security of all Google I/O attendees and staff. If you want your badge to utilize BLE technology, you must explicitly opt-in by checking the box on the registration form related to BLE technology, please note this is not required to attend Google I/O and is completely optional.
  • NFC Badge Technology: NFC is a short-range wireless connectivity standard that uses magnetic field induction to enable communication between devices when they're touched together, or brought within a few centimeters of each other. The NFC chip is embedded inside your badge and is encoded using ITN’s proprietary encoding format. While attending Google I/O you will scan your badge with the embedded NFC chip to ITN’s BCARD Reader application so that Google can understand which event experiences are well attended while maintaining the safety and security of the event. Your individualized data will be accessible by a small team of Googlers and ITN (less than five people) for the purposes of supporting your event registration. Outside of this small team, your information will be reported within Google in aggregate to understand attendance trends and metrics.
  • BLE Badge Technology: BLE is a form of wireless communication designed for short-range use. If you opt-in to a badge that utilizes BLE technology, you will have a Smart Tag either clipped onto the lanyard or stuck onto your badge. This will then allow you to be passively scanned from hubs set up in various demo locations around the Sandbox. This BLE technology will only be utilized when you are in the demo locations around the Sandbox. Google and ITN will track your attendance in Sandbox/demo areas and the data will be recorded in aggregate only. For clarity, neither Google nor ITN will have access to individual location and/or movement data. You may opt out of having your Google I/O attendee badge utilize the BLE technology at any time before the event by reaching out to io19@google.com and at any time during the event by visiting the Help Desk onsite at check-in for Google I/O.
  • All registered attendees agree to allow Google to contact them regarding their registration and attendance at the event. By registering for a ticket, you agree to allow Google to communicate with you via email with information regarding the event.
  • Attendance at Google I/O is not allowed by the following:
    • residents of embargoed countries;
    • individuals ordinarily resident in embargoed countries; or
    • individuals otherwise prohibited by applicable export controls and sanctions programs.
  • You agree to be solely responsible for your own safety, belongings, and well-being while participating in Google I/O. Google LLC and its affiliates won't be liable for your participation in Google I/O.
  • No solicitation or selling of items or services is allowed at Google I/O. Any attendee conducting these activities may be removed from the festival.
  • Applicants and attendees can request the deletion of their registration data after the event ends by emailing io19@google.com.