The newest event type from Yaymaker. Connect with others from the safety of your own home.
How do Virtual Events work?
Once you are signed up for a virtual event you will receive a Zoom link. Join this link at the start of your event and you can see your host leading your event right from your device -smartphone, tablet, or computer. You may choose to activate or deactivate the camera on your device. when your camera is active you will be visible to the host as well as the other participants.
What is Zoom
Zoom is the video conferencing tool we have partnered with to bring virtual events into your home. You can download the app on your device or use the web based version on your PC. You will be able to see the host and other participants, raise your hand, ask questions and interact with all participants. If you wish not to be seen by others just disable your camera and you won't be seen.
Learn more about using Zoom
When will I receive my Zoom Link?
You will be emailed your Zoom link the night before and the morning of your virtual event. If you purchase a ticket last minute don't worry you will receive the Zoom link around the time you receive your confirmation email.
What about Supplies
You may order your supplies kit through the Yaymaker Store (kits are selling quickly) or you have the option to bring your own supplies. We recommend a canvas, easel, set of at least 3 paint brushes (Small, Medium, and large) and primary colored paint (you will be instructed on how to mix specific colors during your event). For specifics about your supplies here.
Can I use my promo code or voucher?
You are welcome to use your code for a virtual event. If using a reschedule code, Yaymaker pass ot Groupon voucher keep in mind, virtual events have a lower ticket price than an in-venue event and your code can only be redeemed for 1 ticket no matter the type. You are welcome to redeem your code for a virtual event or hang onto it to use towards a full priced in-venue event.
Can I Attend an Event hosted in a different country?
Absolutely! Your credit/debit card will be charged at the current exchange rate and foreign transaction fees will apply so check with your bank to avoid surprises.