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Charm City Welcomes INTIX in 2018
With its captivating combination of history, sites and exceptional cuisine, Baltimore is the perfect location for INTIX’s 39th Annual Conference & Exhibition. This diverse city is known for its beautiful harbor, quirky, distinct neighborhoods and unique museums. Baltimore has a rich history, yet boasts many modern conveniences such as waterfront attractions, shops, restaurants and major sports teams.


The INTIX Annual Conference & Exhibition, long heralded as the most important event of the year for entertainment ticketing professionals, is for everyone who is directly or indirectly involved in ticketing the arts, professional sports, college athletics, arenas, fairs and festivals, ticket distribution, and entertainment management.


The ever-growing three-day event offers dynamic speakers, engaging education sessions and exciting social events that encourage networking with old friends and new contacts. INTIX 2018 is your one-stop shop for all the products and services you need to keep your ticket office running, featuring multifaceted technology vendors.


Room with a View

Right in the heart of downtown, the Hilton Baltimore hotel holds a prime place in the city’s Inner Harbor. This magnificent hotel is next door to Oriole Park at Camden Yards and is walking distance to Inner Harbor dining, shopping and attractions. Hotel amenities include a fitness center, 24-hour heated pool, whirlpool and sauna, as well as many rooms and suites overlooking Camden Yards. 


Baltimore Offers Centuries of Perspective

Lord Baltimore, the founding proprietor of Maryland, settled on the Chesapeake waterfront in the early 17th Century. As a major seafaring and trading community, the city of Baltimore played a key role in events that shaped American history, including the American Revolution, the War of 1812 and the Civil War.

In recent years, downtown Baltimore has undergone a multi-billion-dollar transformation, with special attention given to the city's greatest asset – the harbor. The waterfront  is a diverse and lively area that boasts top restaurants and entertainment facilities like Harborplace, the Maryland Science Center and the National Aquarium. State-of-the-art stadiums have been constructed nearby for the Baltimore Orioles and Baltimore Ravens.


Baltimoreans take great pride in their revitalized, world-class city while continuing to welcome and amaze visitors with down to earth, small town spirit and hospitality. Learn more.