YOU HAVE INFLUENCE…and your leadership matters!

Invest in your leadership and join hundreds of thousands of curious, growth-minded, change-driven women and men like you for the premier leadership event of 2021 – The Global Leadership Summit.

You will experience rich, high-impact, inspiring sessions, and learn from a diverse faculty who will share their wisdom and practical perspective to support you in your leadership growth.  BOOK NOW FOR GLS21

This year you can attend the GLS Online


GLS21 will be again offered as a dynamic two-day ONLINE leadership experience featuring a high-quality program and using a simple to access platform improved from 2020. This option provides accessibility and flexibility for every person across Australia seeking to grow their leadership.

Join us for GLS21 ONLINE on these dates:

  1. Thursday 18 November 2021 
  2. Saturday 20 November 2021

Actionable LEADERSHIP insights and INSPIRATION!

Whether you’re a business leader, CEO, pastor, teacher, nurse, student, artist, parent, doctor, volunteer, entrepreneur, or simply finding your place, you have influence. Every day you impact those around you through your influence—for better or worse, in both big and small ways. During a season that may have depleted your energy, stunted your growth or left you in the dark, it’s time to rediscover a new hope for your future in order to amplify the positive difference you can make.

Your leadership matters. When you invest in developing your leadership skills, you also give back to everyone around you. You strengthen your relationships, build trust in your team, innovate toward a better future and face challenges head-on with fresh perspective—not only do you thrive, but your family thrives, your business thrives, your church thrives and your community thrives.

For more than 25 years, The Global Leadership Summit has delivered leadership insights with attendees reporting positive outcomes. (based on independent research by Excellence in Giving).


Gain insights from a WORLD-CLASS leadership faculty

Experience an exceptional program to help you forge ahead with clarity of vision and new energy.

Global Leadership Summit always features world-class speakers. Past alumni have included Craig Groeschel, Patrick Lencioni, T.D. Jakes, Marcus Buckingham, Simon Sinek, Juliet Funt, Dr Henry Cloud and John C. Maxwell just to name a few!

In 2021 we’ve convened a unique group of world-class faculty who will share their distinct perspectives, inspiring and equipping you with practical skills you can apply right away.

Our speaker’s themes for GLS21 include; Leading through Pain, Uncertainty and Chaos; The Power of Kindness; Breakthrough Innovations; Reclaiming Time; Leading Boldly; Navigating Complexities; Overcoming Fear, Living Courageously; Becoming a Bridge-Builder; Breaking the Rules That Hold us Back and so much more! 

GLS LOCAL to reach more people than ever before!

We are so excited that you are considering hosting a GLS LOCAL. As a leader in your community, you understand when leaders get better, whole communities get better too, so this is a perfect opportunity to empower the women and men within your circle of influence, at your church and in your community.

Here are some basic requirements to be a part of the LOCAL movement:

  • Minimum group size of 10 people or more.
  • All participants need to register via our website.
  • Event must be held during a 6-week period from Friday 8 October – Sunday 21 November 2021.
  • Large screen or method of projection is essential so your participants can comfortably watch and engage with the GLS speakers.
  • Standard broadband internet connection with sufficient bandwidth to stream large video files.
  • Start/finish/break times are fully flexible.
  • May be held as a 1-day event or across multiple days or sessions.
  • Live music and catering are optional.

As a GLS LOCAL host, we will provide you access to our Brushfire registration portal, allowing for greater automation and empowering you to communicate directly with your group delegates.

  • Access to real-time registration list
  • Ability to email those in your group (e.g. for parking or catering requirements)
  • Share your group name (or unique URL) to have others join

We will also provide you:

  • All pre-recorded speaker content (4 video session files) on Thursday 7 October 2021
  • GLN Australia’s video facilitation (or you can do your own live)
  • Event Hosting Kit
  • Event Marketing Kit
  • Ongoing support for GLS Local Hosts

What ATTENDEES are saying

Each year the GLS is an infusion of fresh ideas, actionable concepts, leadership principles and heartfelt inspiration. Here’s why leaders prioritise the GLS.

“I have found GLS to be transforming at both a ministry and personal level. It will encourage and equip you to grow whatever area of leadership you are in.”  Toni Rehrmann, Director of Baptist Women NT

“The GLS has positively affected our church culture, our leadership health, the vibrancy of our vision and the effectiveness of our methods.”  Casey Wolverton, Lead Pastor Caboolture SDA Church

“The GLS puts people in front of us to remind us of who we are. It reminds us that our leadership matters, wherever we are—what we do and who we are really matters. And then it stretches us to be better.”  Albert Tate, Pastor, Fellowship Church

“The Summit gave me the practical leadership tools I needed to make my vision for my nonprofit a reality. It’s one thing to dream. It’s another to be able to lead people in the fight.”  Rebecca Bender, CEO & Founder, Elevate Academy

Still have Questions?

We want to make attending or hosting GLS21 as simple as possible. If you have any further questions check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

Want more information? See our FAQ


Register yourself and your team to join us for GLS21 and mark your calendars to be inspired, equipped and encouraged in leadership. It’s an event you won’t forget!

EVERY TICKET includes video-on-demand access for 7 days.
*Early Bird price. Regular Pricing is $100 per individual attendee and $800 per group of 10. All ticket prices are in AUD, inclusive of GST, for registration to attend an Australian event IN-PERSON or ONLINE featuring pre-recorded speaker sessions.

The Global Leadership Summit

is more than an event;

it’s a catalyst for change.

We've convened a unique group of world-class speakers who at GLS21 will share their distinct perspectives, inspiring and equipping you with practical skills you can apply right away.

Australian GLS21 Speakers

We are so excited to welcome a world-class faculty to GLS21 Australia who will help you forge ahead with clarity of vision and new energy.

Click on each speaker tile for their bio and read GLS21 session topic.

Craig Groeschel

Founder & Senior Pastor, Life.Church; Best-Selling Author

Globally recognised as a leader of leaders, Craig Groeschel is the founder and senior pastor of Life.Church, rated the #1 place to work in 2020 for small and mid-size companies by Glassdoor. Known for their missional approach to leveraging the latest technology, Life.Church is the innovative creator of the YouVersion Bible App, downloaded in every country worldwide. In 2020, Life.Church provided free tools to thousands of churches who quickly transitioned to a virtual church experience in the wake of the global health pandemic. Travelling the world as a champion of The Global Leadership Summit, Groeschel advocates for building leaders in every sector of society. He is also the host of the top-ranked Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast. A New York Times best-selling author, his latest book is Winning the War in Your Mind: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life.

SESSION TOPIC: Leading through Pain, Uncertainty and Chaos
There is one thing that all leaders have in common—complex problems! The longer you lead the more complex and difficult the problems can become to solve. There comes a point in your leadership when you must grow and change in order to move your organisation forward, reach more people and have a greater impact. In this talk, Craig Groeschel will be asking you to consider three questions to help you grow in your capacity to lead through the pain and uncertainty that challenges bring. You may experience some discomfort now, but it will help produce growth and health in the future.

Juliet Funt

CEO & Founder, WhiteSpace at Work

Juliet Funt is the CEO and founder of WhiteSpace at Work, a training and consulting firm helping organizations, their leaders and employees reclaim their creativity, productivity and engagement. With thought-provoking insights and actionable tools, she has become a globally-recognized expert in helping leaders cope with the “age of overload” in which we all live and work. A warrior against reactive busyness and a force for change in organizations around the world, Funt teaches a streamlined method for personal process improvement that reduces complexity in the workplace. Teams that incorporate a WhiteSpace mindset and skill set increase creativity and engagement, reclaim lost capacity and execute at their finest.

SESSION TOPIC: Reclaiming Time
Never before in professional history have burnt out teams needed to just take a minute. A minute of “time with no assignment” - to think, or to breathe, ponder, plan and create. As the return to a physical work-space plays out, there is good news. We have a spectacular opportunity to hit refresh and design a work culture that serves us better than ever before, with thoughtful time as part of the recipe. In this talk, efficiency expert Juliet Funt will help you apply four-time tested ways you and your team can re-claim these vital minutes in your work and life.

Shola Richards

Founder & CEO, Go Together Global

Best-selling author and sought-after workplace civility expert, Shola's work has been featured on the Today Show, CBS, Forbes, Black Enterprise and numerous additional publications around the world. Recognised as an authority on workplace happiness and engagement, his articles and wildly popular “Positivity Solution” series have reached readers in over 160 countries. He is the Founder and CEO of Go Together Global, which equips and inspires leaders to put positivity, strong energy, massive bravery, tremendous dedication and relentless humanity in the workforce to create collaborative, safe and healthy work environments where people thrive. Richards is a best-selling author whose research is featured in his books, Making Work Work and Go Together.

SESSION TOPIC: The Power of Kindness
Around the world, there is a growing sense that civility has been traded for a much lesser discourse. As leaders, more than ever it is our role to lead back to civility. Join Shola Richards as he explores practical ways to lead yourself and others in this endeavor including eliminating what weakens us, the distinction between kind and nice, and being leaders that leave a wake of civility in our path.

Bianca Juarez Olthoff

Pastor & Church Planter, The Father’s House

As both a pastor and author who has been in ministry for more than 20 years, Bianca inspires people to live with passion. Her leadership at The Father’s House Orange County has allowed her church to reach people all over the world, and as the founder and president of the non-profit, In The Name of Love, she is committed to serving the incarcerated and equipping them to discover freedom despite their surroundings. Olthoff describes herself as a passionate, Jesus-loving, Bible-teaching, book-writing MexiRican. Experience her energy in her best-selling book, Play with Fire and her most recent book, How to Have Your Life Not Suck: Becoming Today Who You Want to Be Tomorrow, which explores how to win at work and navigate through life’s many decisions.

When the opportunity to lead comes our way, we all respond differently. While some of us eagerly embrace the call to lead, others require a little convincing. In fact, many leaders have feelings of being unqualified, not enough, and that they will soon be “found out”. Through her own story and experience as a leader Bianca Juarez Olthoff will help us quiet the voices of negativity in our lives, embrace our roles as leaders, and lead more boldly in our arena of influence.

Malcom Gladwell

Host, Revisionist History Podcast

Recognised as one of the 100 most influential people by TIME magazine and one of the Foreign Policy’s top global thinkers, Malcolm Gladwell is a world-renowned, five-time best-selling author and sought-after thought leader delivering expertise and practical application on management, innovation, history and leadership. Through his writing and speaking, Gladwell takes you on an intellectual adventure and challenges your assumptions. He has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1996 and was previously a reporter for The Washington Post. As host of the popular podcast, Revisionist History, Gladwell re-examines an overlooked or misunderstood aspect of past events. Gladwell is the author of five New York Times best-selling titles including The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits and the Art of Battling Giants. Gladwell’s latest book, Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don’t Know, offers a powerful examination of our interactions with strangers and why they often go wrong.

SESSION TOPIC: Breakthrough Innovations
One of the responsibilities of leadership, particularly when it comes to creating cultures and gearing towards innovation—is the need to focus on urgency. Join Malcom Gladwell, as he explores the untold stories of two leaders who accomplished breakthrough innovations. Discover what was behind these successes, and how their leaders utilized their influence to create urgency and give the permission to risk all for innovation.

Jerry Lorenzo

Founder & Designer of Fashion Label, Fear of God

Jerry Lorenzo Manuel is an American fashion designer and founder of the label, Fear of God. Raised in Sacramento, West Palm Beach and Chicago, Lorenzo grew up with first-hand understanding of the contemporary American landscape as he followed his father’s professional baseball career cross country. Concurrently, Lorenzo developed an appreciation for heritage through visits to vintage stores nationwide with his mother. His upbringing became the precursor of his idea for a new American classic now known as Fear of God. In 2013, Lorenzo chose fashion despite plans to follow in the footsteps of his father in sport and established the now renowned label, conceived through a union of his creative vision, menswear experience and market expertise. Equipped with an MBA from Loyola University Chicago School of Business and an intrinsic understanding of the missing gap between the runway and wardrobe, Lorenzo’s honest and opinionated approach to fashion continues to push Fear of God into an icon of contemporary American luxury. Most recently, he’s been honoured to partner with Adidas and join their team as global head of Adidas Basketball.

SESSION TOPIC: Navigating Complexities
Navigating the complexities of the business world you operate and your own inner world as a leader can be perplexing. As American fashion designer and founder of the label, Fear of God, Jerry Lorenzo has learned insightful and thought-provoking ways to think about these complexities. Craig Groeschel interviews Lorenzo asking questions such as: In what ways, can you break through creative barriers? How can a leader handle feelings of insecurity well? How do you push through the fear of “your-only-as-good-as-your-last-product” and what are some helpful ways to handle disagreements when collaborating?

Francesca Gino

Professor, Harvard Business School

Dr. Francesca Gino is a professor in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit at Harvard Business School recognised for her award-winning research and teaching on how to have more productive, creative and fulfilling lives. With a diverse expertise on the psychology of organisations, she is a sought-after consultant and speaker with some of her clients including Disney, Goldman Sachs, Honeywell, Novartis and P&G. Dr. Gino’s research has been featured in The Wallstreet Journal, The Economist, Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, The New York Times, Newsweek, National Public Radio, Scientific American and Psychology Today. She has been honored as one of the world’s Top 40 Business Professors under 40 and one of the world’s 50 most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50. In Dr. Gino’s latest book, Rebel Talent, she shares her research behind why it pays to break the rules at work and in life.

SESSION TOPIC: Breaking the Rules That Hold us Back
In general, education and life teach us to conform and the longer you are in your field the easier conformity to the norms of the group becomes. This is unfortunate because conformity and mindless acceptance of rules stifles creativity. And, as strange as it might sound, the people who are doing the best work in their respective fields generally tend to be the rule breakers rather than followers of all the conventions. In this session, Francesca Gino helps us all discover how to break the rules, that hold us back. Walk away with 3 talents that the best rebels employ to create the future all of us desire.

A.R. Bernard

Founder, President & Senior Pastor, Christian Cultural Center

A.R. Bernard is an influential religious leader and transformative visionary, leading one of the largest congregations in the United States with more than 40,000 members. Before following his calling into ministry, Bernard enjoyed a successful career in finance which has positioned him in a place of influence among top leaders in business, entertainment and politics. He is a premiere thought leader in faith and culture and has been featured on multiple TV channels and is a radio host for the New York based program, The Rev and The Rabbi. As a visionary who witnessed how faith has brought hope into communities that were mostly ignored or underserved, Bernard has led the Christian Cultural Center in a partnership with the Gotham Organization for a major development project to create over 2,000 units of income-based workforce housing, healthcare and educational facilities, retail stores, performance arts center and community service spaces. His transformative messages are also shared in his books, Happiness Is…Simple Steps to a Life of Joy and Four Things Women Want from a Man.

SESSION TOPIC: Becoming a Bridge-Builder
As the world seems to be becoming increasingly polarized, finding leaders who can lead with vision, intellect and unity seem few and far between. AR Bernard is one such leader. Paula Faris interviews Bernard asking questions such as: How can a leader build trust in a culture that lacks trust? What insight can you share about leading in environments with diverse perspectives and agendas? And, what advice would you give to leaders that are just starting out on their leadership journey?

Michelle Poler

Founder, Hello Fears

When Michelle Poler, Venezuelan native, art director and branding strategist, decided to start a project to overcome her own personal fears, she didn’t expect it to go viral - 100 Days Without Fear caught the attention of the Today Show, Forbes, CBS, CNN, Huffington Post, Buzzfeed, Fox News, Telemundo, Glamour, Elle and Daily Mail among many others. Gaining an audience captivated by her passion, bravery, creativity, humor and practical life-changing advice, Poler founded Hello Fears, a social movement reaching more than 70 million people worldwide, empowering them to step outside their comfort zone and tap into their full potential. She is a sought-after keynote speaker, having spoken for TEDx, Google, Yum Brands, Facebook, Wells Fargo, ESPN, Netflix, Procter & Gamble, Microsoft, Toyota and many more. Poler is the author of, Hello, Fears: Crush Your Comfort Zone and Become Who You’re Meant to Be, which helps people be their best selves and focus on the best possible outcomes.

SESSION TOPIC: Overcoming Fear, Living Courageously
It has been said that the strongest of leaders overcome their fears and compel their team to do the same. But what if this isn’t how a great leader tackles fear? What if our best leaders don’t get rid of their fears but lean into them with bravery and pass that courage on to others. Michelle Poler will explore different types of fears and how our body processes it, ways to engage when we feel afraid, and the difference between fearless and brave

Australian GLS21 Leadership Shorts

Our Leadership Shorts are five-minute, high-impact segments throughout the GLS21.

Meet our Leadership Shorts featured leaders!
Click on the tile for their bio and GLS21 topic.

Jason Jaggard

Founder Partner & CEO, Novus Global; Author

Jason Jaggard is the founding partner and CEO of Novus Global, a tribe of elite executive coaches across the world working with professional athletes, elected officials, award-winning artists and business leaders to create lives, teams and communities that go beyond high performance. Jason is also the co-founder of the Meta Performance Institute for Coaching, an 18-month executive coaching certification that trains individuals to develop coaching practices that serve high performing leaders. While Novus Global works with hundreds of leaders annually, Jason coaches with no more than eight high-performing clients at a time to achieve what they currently think is impossible. He is the author of Spark: Transform Your World One Small Risk at a Time.

Every leader has what executive coaching firm Novus Global calls an "intuitive fence" around what's possible. No matter what level you are leading within your organization, every leader has this fence. The best leaders challenge and expand their intuitive fence. Identify, with Novus Global founder and CEO Jason Jaggard, some boundaries of your intuitive fence, ways to actively expand it, and how to increase the fence in those you influence.

Carla Harris

VC, Managing Director & Senior Client Advisor, Morgan Stanley

Over the course of Carla Harris’ career, she has had extensive industry experiences in the technology, media, retail, telecommunications, transportation, industrial and healthcare sectors, and currently serves the vice chairman, managing director and senior client advisor at Morgan Stanley. For more than a decade, Harris was a senior member of the equity syndicate desk and executed such transactions as initial public offerings for several companies including the $3.2 billion common stock transaction for Immunex Corporation, one of the largest biotechnology common stock transactions in U.S. history. In 2013, Harris was appointed by President Obama to chair the National Women’s Business Council. Harris’ leadership and influence have been recognized globally including being named on Fortune Magazine’s list of “The 50 Most Powerful Black Executives in Corporate America”, U.S. Bankers “Top 25 Most Powerful Women in Finance” and Black Enterprise’s “Top 75 Most Powerful Women in Business”, among several others. Harris is also actively involved in her community and heartily believes “we are blessed so that we can be a blessing to someone else.” In her other life, Harris is a professional singer with best-selling albums and the honor of a selling out five concerts at Carnegie Hall. Leaders can explore her wealth of leadership insight in her books, Strategize to Win and Expect to Win.

LEADERSHIP SHORT TOPIC: Be an Inclusive Leader
Many leaders understand intellectually what it means to be inclusive, but behind closed doors still struggle with how to make this a reality. How can each team member feel ownership and engagement in a way that energises everyone towards the goal. In this video, Carla Harris shares a specific way she has created this kind of culture, and how it benefits the team long term.

Edgar Sandoval

President & CEO, World Vision USA

Edgar Sandoval has an unstoppable passion to see that every child, especially the most vulnerable, can experience life in all its fullness. Born in Los Angeles, he grew up in Latin America, returning to the USA alone at age 18 with just $50 in his pocket. He holds dual bachelor’s degrees in industrial engineering and sociology from Rutgers University and an MBA from the Wharton School of Business. Edgar has 20+ years of innovative leadership experience in corporate America, including directing the creation and launch of P&G’s internationally acclaimed #LikeAGirl campaign. As World Vision U.S.’s President and CEO since 2018, Edgar places a strong emphasis on the organization’s Christian identity and mission. He travels to some of the world’s hardest places to see firsthand the challenges for children in poverty. In 2019 he directed the launch of Chosen®, a new invitation into child sponsorship.

LEADERSHIP SHORT TOPIC: Keys to Pursuing a Breakthrough
We all know that innovation is critical to an organisation’s survival, but often the “how” eludes us – especially in the rush to innovate NOW. Edgar Sandoval, who has led these kinds of game-changing breakthroughs, shares his insights. Walk away with three of the most important things that need to be true to achieve breakthrough innovation.




Does everyone attending GLS21 require their own ticket?

Yes. We ask that you honour our request that every person who attends GLS21 must be an individual ticketholder. This ensures our ongoing viability as a not-for-profit and allows us to continue to offer access to the Summit at a very affordable price. 

Which speakers will be shown for the GLS in Australia?

The final speaker line-up for the Australian GLS21 has now been confirmed!

Do I get access to Video-on-Demand?

Yes, all who register for GLS21 (Online or Local) will receive 7-days VOD access (22 – 29 November 2021) provided they supply their email address in our registration system.

How do I update each person's details in my group booking?

When you purchased your registrations, you received a confirmation/receipt email. On this email there are links to manage and update your registrations.  

Please contact if you need this email to be resent.

Who informs my group?

The Group Leader will receive correspondence from GLNA which in turn they will communicate to their group.

Are concession rates available?

No. We have intentionally reduced the ticket price for GLS21 to enable more people than ever to experience the Summit.

Can I cancel my GLS ticket?

No, all GLS21 registrations are non-refundable.

What can I do to best support the GLS and the Global Leadership Network Australia?

Join us for GLS21, gift a ticket to a friend who has never attended before, and actively promote the Summit among your networks – it’s never been more affordable or easy to attend!


When will I receive my unique link to view GLS Online?

An email will be sent to the email address given at time of registration, in the days prior to the event date. Please make sure you update us with any change to you or your teams email addresses.

What are the start/finish and session times for GLS Online?

The exact schedule will be published in the GLS Notebook, which will be distributed to those registered in the week of the event.

The online experience will run from:

  • 10am – 5.30pm (NSW, VIC, ACT, TAS)
  • 9am – 4.30pm (QLD)
  • 8.30am – 4.00pm (SA, NT)
  • 7am – 2.30pm (WA)

What does my GLS Online registration include?

  • Unique event watch link for GLS Online. 
  • GLS21 Digital Notebook 
  • 7-days Video-on-Demand

Can I transfer from one GLS Online date to another?

Yes, however, you must do so at least two weeks from the event date that you have registered for. Please email with the request. NOTE: All tickets in your group must attend the same event date and cannot be split up.


What are the start/finish and session times for GLS Local?

This will be up to your Local Host, and each site will vary on how they deliver the GLS Local. Most groups will want to host a one-day event however, you could choose to hold two half-days, several evenings (spread over multiple weeks), or take longer discussion times and host your Summit across two-days. 

As Group Leader, you’ll just need to communicate these details directly with those who’ve registered for your event. 


What does my GLS Local registration include?

GLS Local Group Leader receives:

  • Marketing, Event and Production Kits
  • GLS21 programming content to run your GLS Local anytime between 8th October – 21st November 2021
  • Real-time access to Brushfire ticketing updates
  • Ongoing Support from our GLNA team

Every individual registration includes:

  • GLS21 Digital Notebook
  • 7-days Video-on-Demand (22nd – 29th November)

Will there be catering at the GLS Local?

This will be up to your GLS Local Host and they will communicate any details with you directly. GLS Local Hosts can choose to make catering arrangements direct with their group members, and accept payment on the day or beforehand through their own preferred payment gateway.

I'm interested in hosting a GLS Local!

We are so excited that you are considering this option. Learn more by clicking on the “Host A GLS LOCAL” tab at the top of the page

How long do I have to host my GLS Local?

Your Summit must be held during a 6-week period from Friday 8 October – Sunday 21 November 2021.

When will I receive the programming content?

The GLS Local Group Leader will receive all pre-recorded speaker and event content (4 video session files) on Thursday 7 October 2021.

Can I invite others to register themselves and join my GLS Local? Can I communicate directly with my group members?

Yes! As a GLS Local host, we will provide you access to our Brushfire registration portal, allowing for greater automation and empowering you to communicate directly with your group delegates.
  • Access to your real-time registration list
  • Ability to email those in your group (e.g. for parking or catering requirements)
  • Share your group name (or unique URL) to have others join

Are there any minimum requirements to become a GLS Local Host?

  • Minimum group size of 10 people or more.
  • All participants need to register via our website.
  • Event must be held during a 6-week period from Friday 8 October – Sunday 21 November 2021.
  • Large screen or method of projection is essential so your participants can comfortably watch and engage with the GLS speakers.
  • Standard broadband internet connection with sufficient bandwidth to stream large video files.
  • Start/finish/break times are fully flexible.
  • May be held as a one-day event or across multiple days or sessions.
  • Live music and catering are optional.