FutureStack16 San Francisco is coming up fast, and we can barely contain our excitement. On top of an impressive roster of speakers, presentations, training sessions, and fun events like “Celebrity Dashboards,” special guests include famed statistician Nate Silver, founder of FiveThirtyEight.com, and Kumail Nanjiani, star of HBO’s hit show Silicon Valley.

neon treesAnd we’re also looking forward to the annual (and always epic) official FutureStack party. We’ve had some amazing acts in years past, and the shindig we’ve got planned for the evening of Nov. 16 may be our most exciting yet. This year we’re thrilled to welcome Neon Trees as headliners!

This popular rock band first gained national exposure as the opening act for The Killers on their 2008 North American tour. Hailing from Provo, Utah, the four-member group—lead singer Tyler Glenn, guitarist Christopher Allen, bassist Branden Campbell, and Elaine Bradley on drums—is known for its lively, high-octane performances. Neon Trees has released three major-label albums and has had a pair of Billboard top-20 singles: “Everybody Talks” and “Animal.” The band promises to put on a performance that will bring down the house!

For a sample of Neon Trees’ electric sound, check out these cool music videos from some of their biggest hits:

Food, drink, and groovy tunes

This can’t-miss party takes place at the beautiful and historic Regency Ballroom, a Beaux-Arts treasure built in 1909 and located in the heart of San Francisco. Attendees will enjoy drinks and a tasty spread of appetizers as local DJ The Captain Hat opens the show, spinning a fun mix of eclectic grooves encouraging partygoers to hit the dance floor.

All registered FutureStack16 attendees are welcome to attend the party, which starts at 8:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 16. Be sure to bring your official conference badge to show at the door. We can’t wait to party with you!

Learn more at SanFrancisco.FutureStack.io and register here before the event sells out. And be sure to follow us on Twitter @NewRelic #FS16SF.


Note: Event dates, participants, and topics are subject to change without notice.

David Gaule is an editor at New Relic. Prior to joining the company, he served as senior editor for AllBusiness.com. Way back in the days of paper books, David held positions at HarperCollins Publishers and Little, Brown & Company. View posts by .

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