Beyond the professional advantages of attending Workday Rising, this annual gathering is an all-around good time for everyone in the Workday community. No one knows this better than us. Another Workday Rising means another opportunity for OneSource Virtual to roll out the red carpet, raise the roof and host an epic bash that has everyone in attendance dizzy with glee while those who choose not to show wallow in a pool of unfathomable regret.
This year, don’t be left behind when OSV’s Amped party turns up and ZZ Top rocks out. Here’s a quick list of what you need to do to save your spot at the concert, how to dress to impress and, perhaps most importantly, what you need to bring to make sure you’re not turned away at the door.
1. REGISTER FOR AMPED
If you want to attend the Amped party, we’d like to be ready for you. This isn’t like that time your cousin crashed Aunt Sylvia’s wedding and everyone just went along with it. It’s not like that at all. So, first thing’s first, go to our Amped landing page and RSVP for the party.
2. EVERYONE'S CRAZY 'BOUT A SHARP DRESSED AMPED ATTENDEE
Let's be honest, you don't want to be the guy who wore cargo shorts and a Polo to the ZZ Top concert, do you? Unless that’s your thing. We’re not here to judge. But we are here to establish a strict yet stylish dress code. Need some inspiration? Visit our helpful Amped style guide for some great examples of what we're encouraging attendees to wear.
3. DON’T FORGET YOUR CREDENTIALS
You RSVP’ed to the event. You assembled the perfect outfit. Before you leave your hotel room, make sure you grab valid identification and your Rising badge. You need the ID to get into the venue (and enjoy the open bar) and anyone who’s been to a conference knows you can’t walk three feet without someone needing to scan your badge. Make sure you have these items on your person and you are good to go.
AMPED: OSV + ZZ TOP
We guarantee people are going to be talking about the Amped party for Risings to come. If you’re there, we know you'll be one of them. And we want you to be there on Tuesday, September 27, at 8:30 p.m. in Chicago’s Arie Crown Theater. Register now and we’ll see you then!