12/2/2022: Some (not all) of FullCalendar’s email accounts were down due to major issues at our provider, Rackspace. We have switched to a new email host and are receiving emails again. If you sent us anything today and it bounced, please re-send. Our apologies for the inconvenience.
11/7/22: We’re well into 2023!
FullCalendar is well into publicizing 2023 events, so don’t hesitate. Enter your full season of events anytime! If all the details aren’t confirmed, you can leave a submission as a draft and come back later to finish it up. If they are, you can submit it now, and we’ll submit it to the places in the time frame they prefer – some now, some closer to the event. And happy holidays!
9/21/21: Ready for 2022 events!
FullCalendar is now ready for your 2022 event submissions. How exciting it is to see all sorts of events coming back!
5/6/21: Publicize virtual events in one metro only
Although virtual events can be viewed from anywhere, FullCalendar will only publicize them in one metro area, based on the city entered. If you submit a virtual event in more than one metro, the extra submissions will be refunded and changed to “draft” status. Some places we post to don’t allow the same entry in more than one location, and some don’t want even virtual events outside their coverage area, and we need to follow the guidelines of each place we post.
2/2/21: Send us your images!
We are using an image for every event now. Email one per event to email@example.com while we work on enabling you to upload them directly to the website.
For now, you can:
-Email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or
-Email a link to an image, or
-Tell us we can use the image on the event page (if we can’t download it, we’ll let you know)
We need a credit for each image (it can be the organization name if they own the rights).
We can use a caption (optional) for each image (can be the event name, people in the photo, etc).
And by sending an image, you are confirming you have the authority to use it and are giving us permission to distribute it for your event publicity.
First preference: horizontal photo, no promotional text.
Second preference: whatever you have.
Format: JPG (most common format), maximum size: 5,000KB or 5M.
We’ll change the size as needed. The various websites are pretty good about dealing with various shapes.
IF YOU DON’T HAVE ONE, no problem, LET US KNOW with the event submission or at email@example.com and we’ll pick a stock image that works with your type of event (technology, business, nature, performing arts, etc). You can also send us a stock image (we use and recommend Unsplash.com and Pexels.com), for which we still need a credit, that you get from that site.
As always, let us know any questions here or at firstname.lastname@example.org
9/18/20: Publicize your online events!
We are publicizing virtual events: comedy, theater, business, film, and more. We stopped posting to a few places that aren’t maintaining their listings, and added or expanded a few where we could now post online events, including a few that will accept them outside their normal coverage area.
For venue, you can enter what you want, eg, Virtual event, Online, Zoom, etc. What others have done:
– Virtual/Online Event
– Online Event – Webinar
– Zoom Online Meeting
– Client X’s ZOOM Theater
– Client X’s Virtual Meeting Room
– Client X Online
– Livestreamed on YouTube
– Livestreamed on Zoom
– Virtual Gathering using Zoom
– Web-hosted event
– Online from XYZ Bookstore (or XYZ Winery, etc)
IMPORTANT: we do need a CITY, we’ll send the listings to that geography, and that’s how we’ll figure out the time zone. For street address, enter whatever you’d like (same as above or similar); we’ll need to post that in some places but it will still be clear it’s an online event.
For emails, we’ll send out what you enter (without a physical address, but with a phone or url if you include them).
For websites, many of them ask you to use their existing venue entry for online events, so we use that for all online events. Some have a checkbox for online events, and don’t accept an address at all.
The media seems to be a mix- some are on hiatus, some are really looking for online events to post, some seem to be ignoring their calendar section so there are now-cancelled events among the online events.
But overall, the media is very happy to see your online (and now, occasionally in-person) events!
6/5/20: Responses to current events
We at FullCalendar condemn in the strongest possible terms all forms of racism, prejudice and discrimination.
Here are some responses from the places we post event listings.
Monterey County Weekly:
Mission Local police coverage:
How I Explain Racism to My White Friends (So They Can Explain It to Their Kids)
Patch (part of AOL, owned by Verizon):
48Hills’ list of Black-owned restaurants and pop-ups in the Bay Area:
5/9/20: Yes! We publicize online events!
We are publicizing online/virtual events – live and/or recorded. We are adding listing places where we couldn’t post before, and have cut some places that have not moved to online events. Enter your event as normal and for the venue, enter what you’d like the listing to say, eg, Livestream, Virtual, On demand, etc. Please enter the event’s city to indicate its time zone. Note: many listing places are focusing on local organizations’ online offerings, even though events could be viewed anywhere. Any questions, contact us.
3/9/20: Cancelling/postponing your event(s)?
If you are cancelling/postponing your event due to virus-related issues, please email us at email@example.com to let us know. We will do our best to help you communicate this. We also suggest posting on your website and/or ticket link what the event’s status is, confirming that it’s still on, cancelled, or in flux.
12/5/19: Not too late for holiday events!
It’s not too late to publicize your holiday events – get the word out about your parties, performances, craft markets, and more!