Please take a moment to read our Philosophy, Policies and Ticket Tier explanations before purchasing tickets using the form below.
Horizons tickets are sold in four tiers, on the honor system. Please choose the tier you are most able to afford. All prices include fees.
All tickets tiers include entrance to all programming on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Horizons is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit educational charity.
Our goal is simply to share knowledge, create dialogue, build community and break even.
We try to make the conference as affordable as possible while maintaining professional standards.
Registration prices have increased slowly over the years in order to support larger audiences and higher quality production.
The conference has no funding beyond ticket revenue.
There are no refunds, but tickets are transferrable.
We have reached capacity in previous years. Advance tickets are strongly recommended.
Line up and schedule are subject to change.
Horizons is an all-ages event, but children must be silent in the auditorium.
Children under 16 are free if accompanied by parent or guardian, with reservation.
With the exception of Patron tickets, seating is first-come, first-served.
Your personal information is kept strictly confidential. We do not sell, lease or lend our guest database to anyone.
Standard tickets accurately reflect the price of producing the conference from year to year.
We think this is a very reasonable price for a full weekend of learning, community and entertainment in the heart of New York City.
Please purchase a standard price ticket if you are able, even if the Discount or Hardship tiers are still on sale.
Patron tickets allow us to grow by investing in international speakers, state-of-the-art conference facilities with larger capacities, and higher production values.
Patron ticket purchasers are provided with reserved front-and-center seating and express mail delivery of conference credentials in order to avoid lines at check-in.
Discount / Early Bird tickets are offered to those who look forward to Horizons, make an early decision to attend, and appreciate the $20 discount.
These tickets do not fully reflect the cost of producing the conference. Please purchase a Standard ticket if you are able.
These tickets are limited in number and will sell out well before the conference.
Student / Hardship tickets are offered for those who have challenging financial circumstances, such as full-time scholarship or under/unemployment.
They are highly subsidized, and thus limited in number. Please purchase a Standard or Discount ticket if you are able.
These tickets are limited in number, may have their price increased closer to the event, and will sell out well before the conference.
Horizons is an annual forum for learning about psychedelics in New York City. Its goal is to open a fresh dialogue on their role in medicine, culture, history, spirituality, and creativity. 2015 will be our ninth year.
During the 1960s, psychedelics entered worldwide popular culture. Fueled by the wild social dogmas of the era, recreational use become commonplace. Questions about their safety and value for were answered with myths and confusion spread by both their users, proponents, the media and the government.
In recent years, a small group of dedicated researchers and scholars have orchestrated a renaissance in psychedelic research and thought. Horizons brings together the brightest minds and the boldest voices of this movement to share their research, insights, and dreams for the future.
The New School for Social Research’s Concentration in Mental Health and Substance Abuse Counseling emphasizes the importance of understanding the unique relationship that exists between the individual and a substance.
Although the broader scientific community has paid significant attention to the deleterious consequences of substance misuse, research into the benefits of healthy relationships with substances and their clinical utility has been overlooked.
The collaboration between Horizons and the Substance Abuse Counseling track aims to promote advancement in the psychological study of psychedelic science.