SOLIDWORKS World 2018 Special Event: Beach and Brews

SOLIDWORKS World is a great place to learn new skills, network with peers and get inspired to create great designs, but after a full day of learning you might be ready to cut loose and have some fun. One place where fun is near certainty is at the Beach and Brews Special Event, taking place Tuesday night, February 6th.

From Santa Monica to Malibu, Venice to Laguna, the beach is the place to be in Southern California. Get into the spirit with us for an evening of Beach & Brews at the L.A. Live Event Deck on Tuesday, February 6, from 7:00 PM – 10:00 PM. Sample some local California cuisine, grab a drink and spend some time networking with friends, old and new.

There will be a live band, dancing and games, including some cool “digital” games from Two Bit Circus—you won’t want to miss it! All full conference attendees are welcome to join. And if you have a guest who doesn’t want to lose out, no problem, just make sure to purchase an upgraded ticket. The L.A. Live Event Deck entrance is located at the corner of Georgia and West Streets (just behind the Microsoft Theatre).

Transportation will be provided from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM for guests staying at the hotels on the daily hotel shuttle route. This includes the Westin Bonaventure, The LA Hotel, Omni Los Angeles, Millennium Biltmore, Hilton Checkers and the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown. Guests staying at the Marriott Courtyard, JW Marriott LA Live, Luxe City Center, or Residence Inn LA Live are within an easy one- to four-minute walk.

Note: Please remember to wear your conference badge; badges are required for entry. Large bags, purses and backpacks (anything larger than 14″x14″) are not allowed in the L.A. Live Event Deck.

You still have time to register for the largest SOLIDWORKS event of the year. Early bird savings end this Friday so register today and save $100 of a full-conference registration.

Barb Schmitz

Barb Schmitz

Senior Marketing Communications Manager at SolidWorks
Barb Schmitz is a Senior Manager in Marketing Communications with BA in Journalism and over 30 years of experience in the CAD software industry. She started her career as a journalist covering technology and served as an editor for several leading industry publications for over 20 years. Besides being a sleuth of tech, she is a loyal dog owner, travel bum, mom, lover of hoppy IPAs, red wine, and alternative music lover living in the great city of Chicago.