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Come join us for The Vergecast Live in San Francisco on September 13th!

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The podcast in front of a live audience, what could go wrong?

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You may have heard that Apple is holding an event in September, and it’s probably going to be a big deal. Big enough that on the next day, September 13th, we’re going to record The Vergecast in front of a live audience in San Francisco. You should come be part of that live audience, because it’s going to be a party.

Here are the details: to come see the podcast live, you will need to be there, live. We’re setting up shop at the Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco and will open the doors at 6PM. Nilay Patel, Dieter Bohn (me), and Paul Miller will be around to hang out for an hour or so, then we’ll record the show and take questions from the audience. We may even have a special guest!

What will the podcast be about? Three guesses, but those guesses should be the three major things we’re expecting Apple to announce on the 12th: new iPhones, a new Apple TV, and a new Apple Watch. Okay, a fourth guess is fine: there will be dad jokes.

So! Go get a ticket — they start at $35 — and come hang out with us on September 13th. We will cut through the night, together.