While we allow on-site registration, you are encouraged to register as early as possible so we can accurately estimate attendance and to give yourself time to plan your stay in Belgrade. You’ll also save money by registering in advance as on-site registration costs $5 more than online registration. You can also buy your tickets at the venue ticket shop.
Yes. Dinner on Friday will be provided as well as one free drink at the social.
On Saturday you will enjoy two meals- breakfast and lunch and another free drink for the Saturday party. Finally, picnic coupon will get you one free burger and one beer.
All you need to do is purchase a 10$ ticket (1000 RSD), get your conference wristband and enjoy the event!
The dress code is business-casual.
Yes! Non-students are encouraged to attend LibertyCon and will find a great deal of programming for supporters, alumni, and friends of SFL. One aim of the conference is to provide our student leaders with professional contacts in the liberty movement and to provide movement professionals with talented student contacts. It’s a great place to reconnect with fellow liberty advocates and meet the next generation of liberty activists!
Unfortunately Students For Liberty is not able to provide travel support or purchase hotel rooms for LibertyCon attendees. Hotels rooms are available at a reduced price for conference-goers and can be reserved here.
Students can click here to apply for a travel scholarship of up to $150 towards LibertyCon travel expenses. All North American student leaders in good standing will be provided with hotel rooms and a travel stipend. Student leaders in other regions should contact their Regional Director or staff liaison to discuss options for travel support.
Nope! Students For Liberty prides itself on taking a “big tent” approach to promoting liberty. This means not only that pro-liberty people of all types and backgrounds are welcome to join in the fun, but also that there’s no requirement to have prior knowledge of libertarian thought, economics, or any particular approach to liberty.
We’re here to discuss ideas and work towards a freer future, which means being welcoming and open to all political perspectives. We’d love to have yours represented!