Below are some of the frequent questions we’re asked, but please hit us up here if your question isn’t listed.
Our roster of speakers for Thin Air 2018 is taking shape, but we're always interested in adding talent to the stage that fits the program!
Please reach out to us here if you'd like to recommend yourself or someone else for Thin Air 2018.
The main venues for Thin Air 2018 are:
Park City Live will serve as Thin Air Headquarters throughout the event including Opening Night on Thurs, breakout sessions and the Thin Air Lounge; 427 Main St, Park City
Lower Main Street (near Town Lift Plaza) for the Thin Air Concert and Olympic Parade on Fri evening.
Thin Air Concert and Olympic Parade
We encourage people to take buses or carpool to Main Street.
Parking, though, will be available on the section of Main Street that remains open to traffic as well as in the China Bridge garage and other public lots in the Main Street core.
All parking in these lots is restricted to the hours of 5 pm to 12 midnight. No parking before 5 pm and no overnight parking is allowed.
Free transit to Main Street is provided by the Park City Municipal transit system with buses departing approximately every 20 minutes from bus stops on Deer Valley Drive (adjacent to lots 5 & 6), Canyons Village (near the 7-11), and Park City Mountain base area (near the ice skating rink).
There are two types of tickets to Thin Air:
All-In pass is good for all 3 days of event sessions (Opening Night, Breakouts) and access to the Thin Air Lounge.
Thin Air Experiences are unique activities designed to 'take the conference outside'. Registration and ticketing for the 2018 Experiences will be announced soon.
Please click here for Thin Air registration and ticket information.
The core concept of Thin Air is to help connect your team with other high performing organizations and people in a manner that benefits all.
Our event programming, networking and activities are designed so that groups can ''bolt-on'' to Thin Air and provide a bigger and better experience than if delivered separately.
We can help you with every aspect of your participation, from registration and logistics at Thin Air to lodging and even skiing arrangements.
To learn more about bringing your company to Thin Air, please reach out to us via our contact us page and we''ll get right back to you.
Park City is a mere 35 minutes from Salt Lake International Airport and 800-plus daily scheduled flights, many of which arrive before noon. Park City has several transportation companies that offer fast and convenient round-the-clock service to and from Salt Lake International Airport - everything from limos to vans to buses. Or choose a car rental company with locations in Park City and at Salt Lake City International Airport. For more information please visit the Visit Park City transportation page.
We recommend arriving in Park City in the early afternoon of April 5 so you can attend the Opening Night Event. We also recommend you depart on April 8 or 9 to insure you have ample opportunity to explore the area.