News & Updates

Have you reserved your room at the Barcelona Princess yet? It’s the preferred hotel for all DrupalCon Barcelona attendees, and we’ve negotiated some great rates for our Drupal friends.

Putting on a DrupalCon is a huge enterprise, and it wouldn’t happen without help from our amazing community. While our end goal is always that our guests have a great time at the convention, much of a Con’s success depends on the amazing men and women who step up to give sessions and lead training programs. 

In case you missed it, the call for sessions for DrupalCon Barcelona closes this Monday, 8 June at midnight, Barcelona local time (CET)! If you've submitted your idea already, thank you! If you haven't yet, why not?

Got an idea for a session? Submit your session here:

Some helpful advice to get your session to the top of the list:

DrupalCon Europe is one of the biggest and most important Drupal events that happens in the world every year. Since we, the local community, assume that you are already convinced to come to Barcelona in September, we would like to provide some tips to help you make your stay wallet-friendly. You can cherry pick any of these tips and use the ones that apply to your ideal DrupalCon experience.

Drupal 8 should be just around the corner by September, making it a good time to take a look back and see what worked well and identify how to improve for future cycles.

The Core Conversation track is not about how Drupal Core is now, but how it should be. With such timing, DrupalCon Barcelona Core Conversations are the perfect opportunity for sharing your thoughts and discussing how to move Drupal forward in the future!