Collision is the fastest-growing tech conference in North America, welcoming over 25,000 attendees in 2018. Following the lead of our European event Web Summit, Collision has become a crossroads for the world’s largest buyers and sellers of technology, alongside many of the world’s most disruptive emerging technology companies.

Collision will take place June 22-25 at the Enercare Centre in Toronto, Canada.

The full schedule is available online; alternatively, you can view it through the app.

From May 21 – May 23, the main conference will kick off at about 10am and will close at approximately 5pm. The first day, May 20, will consist of pre-registration during the day followed by opening night festivities from around 8pm. The first day won’t contain event content from our exhibitors or speakers. You’ll be able to register on the following days if needed.

You may want to take peripheral activities like the opening and closing Night Summit events into account when making your travel arrangements. Sign up for the Collision newsletter to stay up to date with the latest schedule announcements.

A general attendee ticket grants you entry to Collision 2019 May 20-23, as well as access to more than 12 conference tracks, satellite events, networking events and Night Summit parties. For any ticket enquiries, email

To enter the event, you will need to download the Collision app. You will not need a printed ticket. Your tickets will be available to scan into the event from the app via a QR code. Just bring your government-approved photo ID, and you’ll be good to go during registration!

We recommend registering as early as possible during pre-registration on Monday, May 20. Check out our registration blog for more information.

If you can’t find your order, you can use the Tito lookup tool here. Simply input the email attached to your order to find your ticket purchase.

Feel free to visit the partners page for more information about becoming a Collision partner. Please note that floor space has sold out for 2019, but you can apply to exhibit at Collision 2020. For partnership enquiries, please contact

While we won’t engage directly with your relevant embassy, once you purchase a ticket we’ll happily send you a letter confirming your attendance to help with your application. Please note that your embassy will require notice before issuing your visa. For instructions on how to request a letter, take a look at this blog post.

Collision’s accessibility FAQ is available online.

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