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Engadget Live is making one more stop this year: New York City!

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We've had a lot of fun this year with all our Engadget Live events. In July, we kicked off the tour in Boston, then headed to Los Angeles a few weeks later, and now are gearing up for Austin next week. But, while three's a crowd, four is a party! So, we're super excited to announce that on October 29th, we'll finish up our Engadget Live tour in our other home city: New York, NY! We're taking over the Liberty Warehouse in Brooklyn on Thursday, October 29th at 7PM and will bring together gadget lovers (that's you!) and tech companies for a night you don't want to miss.

Ford, our grand sponsor of Engadget Live, will let you check out its voice-activated SYNC 3 system and the 2016 Ford Escape. Drizly (the app that lets you get alcohol delivered on the fly) will mix up a free cocktail to the first 250 guests (who are age 21 and older, of course).

We'll have many more exciting things to announce for Engadget Live New York in the weeks to come. For now though, get your free ticket and get amped up to join us on October 29th. And if you're interested in sponsoring, email sponsors[at]engadget.com.

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