STEP 1: To host an event at Reimagine NYC, you'll need to fill out an Event Concept Proposal. This is a brief, general overview of your event idea, confirming your desire and intent to participate as a collaborator. We will review it for approval and get back to you quickly about Step 2.
STEP 2: Once your concept is accepted, you'll be awarded access to our online Collaborator Portal, where you'll upload all your event details (venue, time, title, description, photos, etc) and ticketing information (price, capacity, etc), due by our Event Submission Deadline of April 12th.
The sooner you get the Concept Proposal in and accepted, the longer you'll have to solidify your details in the Portal.
NOTE: While we accept Concept Proposals right up until the final Event Submission Deadline, it's important to do it ASAP (i.e. NOW!). You'll want to give yourself sufficient time to complete your event details in the Portal--it takes work! You'll also receive marketing and social benefits for being in earlier.
- Now-March 30: Event Concept Proposal due
- April 12: final Event Submission Deadline
- April 8: Early Bird ticketing launch
- May 4: General Admission Ticket Sales
- June 8-14: Reimagine End of Life festival in NYC
NOTE: You can host events from June 9 - June 13 (June 8 and June 14 – the first and last day of the festival – are reserved for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, which all collaborators should attend).
Be sure to thoroughly review this Collaborator Starter Kit before you submit your event concept proposal.
It provides important upfront information about what it means to be a Reimagine collaborator, an overview of the planning process, FAQs for your submission, and even some event planning resources and best practices.
Completing this form serves as your intent to participate in the festival as a collaborator. You must submit an event concept proposal, which is simply high-level information about what you are planning to contribute. We will review and follow up with next steps...
This private Facebook Group exclusive to NYC collaborators is our online hub throughout the festival planning process, and beyond. It's intended to help facilitate communication and community among event hosts and contributors.
You can keep up-to-date on information from the Reimagine team, ask for and offer support, and form new collaborations.