Thousands of Exquisite Festival Guides for Your Website, App, Print or PDF Publication

Phase 1: Worldwide festival guides for 500 cities

The Festival Gadget's Latest Festival Guides

Melbourne Writers Festival - August in Melbourne, Australia
Since 1986, the Melbourne Writers Festival has been a cornerstone of the city's literary culture attracting novelists, playwrights, poets, screenwriters, journalists, songwriters and bloggers and...
Melbourne International Film Festival - August in Melbourne, Australia
Each August, Melbourne's iconic Forum Theatre hosts the annual Melbourne International Film Festival. Two and a half weeks of international premieres, red carpet glamour and...
Lorne Pier to Pub - January in Lorne, Australia
Now a Victorian institution, the Lorne Pier to Pub has been pitting swimmers against the tricky waters off Victoria's west coast for more than 30...
DMC World DJ Championships - October in London, England
Since 1985 the world's freshest DJs have gone head to head, stylus to stylus spinning and scratching their vinyl at the DMC World DJ Championships...
Bells Beach Rip Curl Pro - April in Torquay, Australia
Each and every Easter since 1962, Victoria's popular Bell's Beach in Torquay has hosted the The Rip Curl Pro - the world's oldest and most...

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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 website, app, print or pdf publication.

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 (we're talking more than a dozen books and thousands of articles between them) 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, festival dates for this year and next, 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, website or publication, 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.