Party! Fête! Fiesta! 派对!

You work hard – like really, really hard – even when at events like Big Omaha. It’s scientifically proven that if you work hard, you must party hard. That’s why we are excited to announce the locations for this year’s opening and closing parties, both of which are open to the public.

Our opening party will be on Wednesday, the 17th at 8:00 PM, presented by Midwest Cloud Computing. As tradition dictates, we are happy to be back with our good friends at the Berry and Rye. This is a great opportunity to meet new friends, get to know your fellow attendees, and enjoy yourself before the conference. Berry and Rye’s unique craft cocktails are sure to please, along with their comfortable and chic atmosphere. Recently, Berry and Rye’s own beverage director Luke Edson won the Star of the Bar competition in Chicago. Make sure to join us, RSVP here!

We are especially excited to announce our new location for this year’s closing party, and to announce that we are partnering with West Corporation to make this closing party the one to remember. This party is the time to really bust those dance moves, and our location at Hotel Deco’s brand new event space Park is perfect for those killer moves. It’s so brand new, we will be one of the first events there and we expect it to still have that new car smell. The party will start at 8:00 pm, and will feature our favorites Maven Social with their special event menu. Meet with new and old friends alike, discuss your favorite Big Omaha 2017 moments, and shake your booty. RSVP here! 

Big Omaha badge holders will get a complimentary drink ticket when they arrive! Both parties are also open to the public, and if you are not a badge holder, you can RSVP for free. There is a five dollar fee for those who do not RSVP.

Check out our schedule for other events happening around Big Omaha like our Thursday evening party at the tiki-themed bar, Laka Lono.

Now lets go party like it’s your birthday.


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