In less than a decade, Web Summit has grown from a 400-attendee event in Dublin to “one of the biggest tech conferences in the world” [The Guardian]. Last year, over 70,000 people from more than 150 countries travelled to Lisbon to be a part of unparalleled networking experience. Web Summit has become a global nexus for tech’s most brilliant minds, its most disruptive entrepreneurs, its die-hard advocates, and its fiercest critics. But the best way to understand Web Summit? Experience it for yourself.

Web Summit 2019 will be held in the Altice Arena (formerly known as MEO Arena) in Lisbon, Portugal.

The Altice Arena (formerly known as MEO Arena) is easily accessible by Metro, bus, train or taxi. We will release a blog closer to the event with up-to-date information on getting around Lisbon. In the meantime, you can view our 2018 transport blog for a general overview. 

Our schedule will be available on our website closer to the event. You will also be able to view the schedule on our Web Summit app, which will be released in the run-up to the event.

We will release a list of recommended hotels closer to the event.

There is no specific dress code for Web Summit, however people tend to dress smart casual.

Yes, we host four conferences around the world. You can find information on each of our other conferences here:


Yes. You can find our anti-harassment policy here.