Are you running an art class, organising a community event, or hosting a live gig?  

Then look no further, our online calendar allows you to share details of upcoming events in the community for FREE. 

Whether you want to advertise a gig, festival, sports session or even a jumble sale, you can do it on our new What’s On Events Calendar - and it doesn’t have to cost the earth. 

Where can I submit my event and how much does it cost? 

You can submit your event for free and it will sit on our website along with a listing. 

Take a look at our new events homepage here. 

To add your event to our listing site, heading to the main navigation at the top of the website, click on ‘What’s On’ and then tap ‘Local Events’.  

Next, click on the 'Create Your Event’ button on the top right and submit your event directly to your local events calendar. 

The Argus:

Can I pay to have an event to be featured more prominently on the website? 

Yes, you can, premium options are also available to have your event featured more prominently on the site, syndicated across the largest network of listing sites, published in our newspaper’s events page and more. 

There’s also a one-off premium plan, or you can select one of the 'Monthly' subscription plans which are discounted up to 50% for those with regular events schedules. 

Enhanced listings receive in-depth stats and results, with revenue and click-tracking from your own event dashboard. 

Premium event marketing includes: 

Event syndication to listing sites, calendars, and targeted music sites to get your event maximum exposure. 

Search Engine Optimization to ensure your event shows up everywhere your attendees are looking, especially on Google. 

Detailed reporting with information on site traffic and click-throughs to your links. You can see exactly where your attendees came from and how much revenue has been driven from each listing site. 

Pricing is tailored to the event and your needs. 

Our Local Events page is a partnership between Newsquest, publishers of this title, and Evvnt.

Director of Digital Transformation for Newsquest, Morgan Stevenson said: “We are excited to be partnering with Evvnt to power our local events offering for all of Newsquest markets. 

“Evvnt replace traditional event calendars with dynamic event marketing automation platform which syndicates events’ content to multiple event listing sites and calendars as a service. 

“These exciting features are perfect to support our communities and help them to enjoy what’s going on locally.”