Calendar Submission Guidelines

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Calendar Submission Guidelines

General rules

  1. Info must be received two weeks prior to the event
  2. No submissions by phone
  3. Follow the specific rules below
  4. If you submit an image to be included with your listing, you must have permission to use that image. By submitting an image with your listing, you confirm you have permission to use that image.

Give us a phone number or email we can reach you at if we have questions!

Music listings must include

  1. Band's name
  2. Venue
  3. Time of performance*
  4. Cover price

*The default concert time is 9 pm. If you don't specify, your event will be listed as beginning at 9 pm.

Visual art listings must include

  1. Artist's name, description of their work
  2. Gallery/ Location and Gallery Hours
  3. Opening Reception hours, if applicable
  4. Run Dates of the exhibit (i.e. May 2-May 30)

All other listings must include

  1. Name of the production/event
  2. Location
  3. Performance/event hours
  4. Admission prices
  5. Description of the event.

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