Canada Party Details

The Canadian Party at WPC 2013 – Saddle Up for a Night to Remember!

We are back on the road for a new edition of WPC and this time we are heading south to Houston, TX and we want to immerse you in an electrifying techno-rodeo experience at the Warehouse Live.

This year, it’s all about giving you more chances to connect with Microsoft employees and fellow Partners at this exclusive celebration. Bring your cowboys boots and get ready to hit the dance floor at your own personal, Texas dance party.  The DJ will spin top 40 hits while mixing in a little country to keep those boots two-stepping to the beat. 

Your host for the night will be America’s Favorite Cowboy Will Roberts, is none other than the man who trained Beyonce on her wild electric bull riding moves.  A modern day Will Roger, this talented roper, professional bull-rider and former Cirque du Soleil performer, is sure to light up the night and bring out the cowboy in each of us.

VIP Shuttle service will circulate continuously from the designated Canadian hotels to the Canada Party from 7:30pm – 1:00am and make sure you arrive in style.  But before you depart, there will be a surprise at the end of the evening!

With other surprises in store, this year’s party is lining up to be fun & memorable! We’ll be sharing out more Canadian experience details as they evolve so continue to visit our Canadian WPC Blog.

Please note that only Partners with All-Access Passes will have access to the Canadian Party.

See you in Houston!

WPC Canada Team

Comments (3)

  1. Emory Camp says:

    Will there be bracelets issued for partners to attend the party Tuesday night?

  2. WPC Canada Team says:

    Yes, bracelets will be distributed from Sunday to Tuesday at the Canadian Lounge. Don't forget, wristbands to the Canadian Party are only issued to partners who have a full-access conference pass.

  3. AK says:

    We are a Canadian partner with 4 people attending with full conference pass. 2 of us got our bands but the rest were not able to get. How do we all get in without the wristbands?

Skip to main content