Thousands of Exquisite Festival Listings for Your App

Phase 1: Worldwide festival guides for 500 cities

The Festival Gadget's Latest Festival Guides

Bathurst 1000 (132 words) - October in Bathurst, Australia
Petrol-heads descend upon the New South Wales town of Bathurst on the second Sunday in October for an Australian motorsport institution, the Bathurst 1000. Held......

Join the happy throng of 80,000+ Bonnaroovians as the descend upon a 700 acre parcel of farmland in Manchester, Tennessee for four days of epic......

St. Jerome's Laneway Festival began life as a Sunday session at the now defunct St. Jerome's bar in Melbourne's Caledonian Lane. Over time, the sessions......

Every 4th of July residents of Rohnert Park, California commemorate their country's adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776 by smacking the stuffing out......

Parkes Elvis Festival (101 words) - January in Parkes, Australia
Elvis has left the building...and made his way to the Parkes Elvis Festival. The King and a million and one clones descend on the Australian......

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The Festival Gadget - What's It All About Then?

In short: we provide festival guides to augment the content of your travel app. For a small monthly fee of course.

Since 2001 we've been putting together the web's widest and most loved collection of festivals and events over at 2camels. In that time we've covered the full gamut of worldwide celebrations — from beer fests in China to religious events in Venezuela. Our 2,800+ festival listings cover more than 1,500 cities in almost 200 countries, from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

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...with incredibly infrequent, short, sharp email updates on our progress.

But the time has come to do something a little different; welcome to the Festival Gadget.

This time around we're concentrating on short, sharp, professionally-written festival descriptions, and lots of 'em. Our aim? To provide our clients with the finest, most comprehensive festival and event information on the market — this sort of thing.

The Festival Gadget RobotOur best-in-the-biz team of professional travel writers are currently hard at work penning thousands of festival entries from more than 500 cities worldwide.

Each listing contains a 50-200 word festival description (current average: 94 words), festival dates, festival type definitions, festival website, twitter and contact details along with festival latitude and longitude information, so you can drop our festival guides directly onto a map.

We're still deep in development at the moment, but we're in the market for clients. So if you're after a little exquisite festival content for your app please check out our FAQs and get in touch and we'll let you know exactly what we can do for you and your project.