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First Release Of Crunchies Awards Tickets. Grab Them While You Can.

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The nominations are pouring in and the excitement is building. We are pleased to announce the first handful of tickets to attend the Crunchies Awards celebrating the best tech accomplishments of 2010 are on sale now through Eventbrite. The Crunchies are to technology what the Oscars are to Hollywood, so come join us for an evening full of surprises, fun, great music, and even better food.

The 4th Annual Crunchies Awards will be held at the Palace of Fine Arts Theater in San Francisco on January 21, 2011 at 7:30 pm PST. Tickets are on sale now for $75. As always the cost of the ticket includes express pass tickets to our After Party with a fully-hosted bar, incredible hors d’oeuvres, a gaming room, and other special surprises. The After Party will be held at the Exploratorium from 9 pm to 11:30 pm PST. Come join us, with our co-hosts GigaOm and VentureBeat to celebrate and award the greatest tech accomplishments of this year.

Nominations are still open until Christmas Eve when the clock strikes 12. The Crunchies Committee will then choose five finalists per award category based on submitted nominations and the company accomplishments of 2010. Popular voting will open on Monday, January 3 and run through midnight PST, Wednesday January 19, 2011. You can read the full rules here.

The full list of winners from 2009 is here, 2008 here, and 2007 here.

Sponsors make our events possible and we have packages in all shapes and sizes available. Please contact Jeanne Logozzo regarding sponsorship opportunities for the Crunchies Awards or the After Party at the Exploratorium. For general queries about the Crunchies Awards or nominations, please email us here.

Tickets go very fast so if you want to come to the best tech party of the year, be sure to grab them now!

Update: The first batch of tickets are sold out. Stay tuned for our next release dates.

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