The only festival devoted to everything peaceful and voluntary returns in 2018 to Humphreys Concerts by the Bay and Hotel on Shelter Island in beautiful San Diego, California. Mark your calendars for a uniquely inspiring, educational, and fun weekend May 3 (8 pm) – May 6, 2018: Libertopia at Humphreys Concerts by the Bay!
38 confirmed speakers so far for Liberotpia 2018! Contact us if you're interested in speaking. We are an open community and encourage all to participate.
2303 Shelter Island Dr
San Diego, CA 92106
- Early Bird: $225
- Early Bird Premium: $495
- Student Discount: $75
Libertopia’s mission is creating a worldwide movement of individuals dedicated to the ideal of voluntary societies premised upon mutual respect for each person's dignity and sovereignty.
Humphreys was the site of two of Libertopia's most fun and memorable festivals in 2011 and 2012. It offers a unique experience with its outdoor concert venue and meeting rooms overlooking the waterfront and the marina.
Since the last Libertopia festival in 2014, the liberty movement has grown exponentially, and the Internet continues to connect like minds as never before. We’ll be attracting new people, and, as ever, we’ll have great speakers on many different tracks, impactful vendors, an authentic interaction between attendees and speakers, live music, parties, and more.
While event organization and planning continues, Libertopia 2018 will feature familiar exploration tracks, including:
Foundations of a Free Society
Entrepreneurship, Wealth Building, and Investing
How to Live Free in an Unfree World
Culture of Liberty
Health and Happiness
Along with new exploration tracks:
Start-up Societies and Seasteading
Bitcoins and Blockchains
As in years past, Libertopia encourages the participation of full-time students with a special discount festival ticket of $75. Individuals under 18 years old are admitted for free.
The Early Bird special for festival tickets purchased before January 1, 2018, is $225. On Jan 1, festival tickets will increase to $250, and on March 15 to $275. Tickets at the door will be $300.
In addition, there is a premium all-inclusive festival pass which includes:
Thursday night Libertopia kick-off cocktail reception hosted by Jeff Tucker (including two drinks)
Friday night Sovereign Awards Banquet
Saturday night party (including two drinks)
Sunday brunch with a special speaker
A general ticket for the rest of the festival
The Early Bird premium all-inclusive festival price is $495. It will go up to $595 on March 1.
If you’d like to pay by Bitcoin, please contact us.
Thursday May 3rd – 6-8pm – Pre-Registration
Friday May 4th – 10am – 6pm
Saturday May 5th – 10am – 6pm
Sunday May 6th – 11am – 5pm
Thursday May 3rd – Party with Jeff Tucker our MC
Friday May 4th – Live band – 8:30pm till you drop!
Jeffrey Tucker, Master of Ceremonies
Jeffrey is the CLO of Liberty.me, Distinguished Fellow of the Foundation for Economic Education, editor of Laissez Faire Books, research fellow of the Acton Institute, economic analysis of the Daily Bitcoin, and consultant to Praxis. He is author of several books including Bourbon for Breakfast (2010), It’s a Jetsons World (2011), A Beautiful Anarchy (2012), Freedom Is a Do-it-Yourself Project (2014, and the forthcoming Bit by Bit: How P2P is Freeing, the World (21014). He is adjunct scholar at the Mackinac Center, speaks annually for the Acton University, has spoken for the Institute for Humane Studies, conducted many seminars for the Students for Liberty, has been interviewed on countless media venues.
David Friedman is an American economist, physicist, legal scholar, and libertarian theorist. He is known for his textbook writings on microeconomics and the libertarian theory of anarcho-capitalism, which is the subject of his most popular book, The Machinery of Freedom.
Dayna Martin is an author and media personality who has dedicated her life to educating others through her writing, television appearances and speaking, on the topic Unschooling and peaceful parenting.
Walter E. Block is Harold E. Wirth Endowed Chair and Professor of Economics, College of Business, Loyola University New Orleans, and senior fellow at the Mises Institute. He earned his PhD in economics at Columbia University in 1972. He has taught at Rutgers, SUNY Stony Brook, Baruch CUNY, Holy Cross and the University of Central Arkansas. He is the author of over 400 refereed articles in professional journals, two dozen books, and thousands of op eds. He lectures widely on college campuses, delivers seminars around the world and appears regularly on television and radio shows.
Professor of philosophy at Auburn University, president of the Molinari Institute, and an anarcho-libertarian blogger. http://aaeblog.com
T.K. Coleman is the Co-Founder & Education Director of Praxis. He is a prolific writer and speaker with a singular mission: to awaken people to their own creative power
Marc J. Victor, Esq. - an Arizona State bar certified specialist in criminal law who has been zealously representing clients in serious state and federal criminal law matters for well over twenty years. As a long time freedom activist, Mr. Victor speaks to audiences regarding issues including ending the drug war, the rights of gun owners, the free market, as well as criminal justice and criminal law related issues. His jury trial experience includes several murder trials including death -eligible matters as well as complex sex and drug cases including both state and federal courts. He has also successfully argued before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco.
Voluntaryist author, consultant and radio show host. Marc Stevens is the author of the intercontinental cult classic “Adventures In Legal Land: Where black is white and white is black and other shocking discoveries from America’s courtrooms” and host of the only radio show on the air dedicated to bringing about a voluntary society, the No State Project. http://marcstevens.net/
Kevin Grigorenko is a software engineer on the WebSphere Application Server SWAT team