Health and safety.

The health and safety for our attendees, partners, and Adobe employees remains a top priority.

Summit 2023 will be taking place in person in Las Vegas and as a virtual experience online, providing attendees with the option to connect in a format that meets their personal needs and preferences. We look forward to coming back together to build community and share experiences.

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic. As we approach the event date, the Adobe Summit Health & Safety policy is subject to change, and policy updates will be posted here and emailed to registered attendees.

Vaccinations

While we are not requiring vaccinations in order to attend Summit in person, we strongly encourage all attendees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

COVID-19 Testing

We strongly recommend that you self-test before leaving and upon arriving in Las Vegas.

Complimentary COVID-19 rapid antigen tests will be available to registered attendees upon request during the in-person conference. We will provide guidance for international attendees who may require a test to return to their country.

If you have cold or flu-like symptoms or test positive for COVID-19, please stay home, get well, and join us virtually.

Onsite Health and Safety Measures

Face masks are not currently required within Las Vegas venues per local government/health authority requirements. For those who choose to wear a face mask, we encourage you to do so, and masks will be available upon request.

Throughout the event and venue, enhanced cleaning will be completed and additional sanitizing stations will be offered.

Travel

Adobe recommends all attendees and staff comply with travel guidelines issued by the World Health Organization(opens in a new window) and visit the CDC website for more information(opens in a new window) when traveling to Las Vegas for Adobe Summit 2023.