It’s pretty crazy that even Dr Dre managed to release new music since the last time t2 was organized. The 3.5 years without a conference definitely put a dent on the proverbial ’64 Impala, despite a steady stream of releases from our favorite artists. Even FSMCs performed live!
“They wanna know if AB still got it,— Still t2
They say confs’ changed, they wanna know how we feel about it”
Coming back from the cold, CFP was one of the hardest ones we’ve had so far. The most brutal reviews and expectations for whether we curated a relevant program consisting of decent content or not comes from within the AB. “Why is that?” you ask sitting on a comfortable lobby bar sofa.
The Advisory Board of t2 has always had an aspirational goal of some day achieving certified status with the prestigious Security Vacation Club, yet we have decided to not submit an application until we can demonstrate a track record of at least twenty successful events.
On practical terms, using random puzzle pieces to put together a sensible picture, isn’t just dependent on the quality of individual pieces. It also depends on other ones on the table at the same time.
Right now we feel there’s a credible set of heavy hitters to warrant publishing our program in beta. Having said that, we are still working on it to make sure there’s the right recipe in the mix to facilitate those lobby bar discussions.
We still have about 25 tickets left. If you plan on attending and have not yet bought a ticket, it’s more or less the perfect moment (and second-to-last chance to do). The closer the event gets, the more likely it is someone comes and just buys 5+ at a time.
And yes, it’s on – with additional small print: a t2 Scarab challenge winner who uses a white ’86 Testarossa for ground transportation during the whole duration of t2’23 receives a free entry to t2’24 and t2’25.