Family Pass

Each year, the Identiverse® community welcomes the spouses and children of conference attendees to participate in the activities and meals during the program. This includes Identiverse hosted meals and activities like Identiverse Bootcamp and Yoga! Historically this has been known as the Family Program, however, as the conference continues to grow, so do the kids! And the kids want a little more freedom to explore on their own.

With that in mind, we have created the Family Pass to give YOU the free time to explore Denver while still including some meals at the hotel.  Don’t worry, there will still be a lounge to gather in for those late night video games and a pool party at the Gaylord Resort’s famous lazy river. This is the perfect setting to make some new friends and plan your Denver adventure!

Ages 3-17
$150
Ages 18+
$225
Kids Under 3 are FREE!
Before May 8, 2020
Ages 3-17
$225
Ages 18+
$295
Kids Under 3 are FREE!
After May 8, 2020
Meals Included in Family Pass

Lunch
(Identiverse Hosted)
Tuesday & Wednesday

Breakfast
(Identiverse Hosted)
Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday

Closing Party
Wednesday Night

Opening Reception
Monday Night

A Few More Details About The Family Pass

We subsidize much of the meal expenses for guests through the conference, as the family registration fees don’t cover total costs. The cost of eating at the hotel and attending conference parties can add up quickly when providing fun for an entire family. We invite you to join your spouse and bring the family for a few days in Denver and let us help cover some of the expense!

To register a spouse or child, attendees must first register for Identiverse and then there will be an option to add your family. Please note: all children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. This is not a drop off program for kids. Name badges for all registered guests will be provided onsite and are your admission into the functions mentioned above.

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