Request Your Housing for SXSW 2017 on August 1, 2016


SXSW Registration and Housing opens for business August 1, 2016!

With excitement growing for SXSW 2017, we know many of you are eager to solidify your hotel and travel plans. SXSW Housing & Travel has once again contracted the very best selection of rooms at hotels around Austin. SXSW Registrants have first dibs when we go live on August 1. As SXSW veterans know, downtown rooms sell out quickly, but rest assured that we also offer many great hotel options outside the downtown area.

Book Your Travel

Now you can book your hotel and travel from one destination. SXSW Housing & Travel offers a powerful search engine that makes it easy to to scour the web for the best flight deals to Austin in March. If you have questions about traveling internationally or domestically, we’ve provided extensive information in the Travel section of our web site.

Applying to participate with SXSW?

A great selection of rooms are made available to other important SXSW participants including Panelists, Artists, Press, Filmmakers, and Trade Show exhibitors, among others. Many of these groups are not part of the August 1 launch and if you expect to attend in one of these capacities you must first confirm your participation with SXSW. Once your participation is confirmed you’ll be given the information and online access necessary to request hotel accommodations at SXSW rates through the Housing Department.

SXSW registrations are non-refundable, but if a good hotel is important, we encourage you to make your decision to participate as soon as possible so you can act quickly when online registration goes live.

Questions? Email SXSW Housing & Travel at or give us a call at 512-467-7979; just ask for Housing.

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Emily Lively

Emily Rae Lively is a 2013 graduate of Texas State University with a Bachelors Degree in Applied Arts and Sciences with a focus in Music Business and Event Production. Emily was raised along the shores of Lake Michigan in the small town of Burdickville where she studied classical voice and songwriting, spending several summers at Interlochen Center for the Arts and Berklee College of Music. After she graduated High School in 2003 she attended Columbia College Chicago where she studied Music Business. She then took several years to tour as a singer/songwriter before finishing her degree. Emily started working with SXSW in September 2013 and now works with SXSW Housing & Travel with Digital Content and Artist hotel accommodations.

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