Blazing the Trail: A Photo Recap of Dreamforce 2018

Amongst many trees and lush waterfalls, more than 170,000 Salesforce professionals, or “Trailblazers”, attended the annual Salesforce Dreamforce conference in San Francisco, California. The Moscone Center was transformed into a small wilderness, bringing back nostalgia from days at summer camp.

Trailblazers trekked through the conference for four days of inspiration, giving back, and connecting with other Salesforce pros – also known collectively as Salesforce Ohana. With 2,700+ sessions, attendees were able to get hands-on with the latest product innovations and absorb information that will help them grow in their career professionally and personally.

Just like the years before, Dreamforce exceeded the expectations of attendees. Here are some of our favorite photos from the week captured by attendees on Instagram and Twitter:

Good morning from San Francisco!


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Good morning day 4.#df18

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Dropbox CEO, Drew Houston, puts millennial habits into perspective

Commence the keynotes!

Food trucks from local San Francisco eateries? You bet!

Attendees brought our their inner Metallica…


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All in a days work #dreamforce is here. #metatdf18 #df18 #metallica

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And had some fun on the slides!


Some performers braved their performances with snakes…


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Ok ladies dancing with snakes. #dreamforce2018 #df18

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Don’t worry — most performances were reptile-free… but this one had a crowd-surfing Macklemore!


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A good times party with @macklemoreca #df18

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Even Janet Jackson showed up to the festivities.

Everyone was living the DREAM, including Metallica!

Charitable attendees helped raise $10M to better the lives of children. What rockstars!

After party? Only if MC Hammer is there…

Until next time, San Francisco!


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