About UsFestivalNet® publishes the most extensive and comprehensive database of festivals and fairs in North America. We wrap this data around technologically current tools and resources relevant to the professional exhibiting artist, craftperson, musician, band, service provider, booking agent, vendor, promoter, and festival goer. A leader in the festivals and special events industry since 1996, we generate over 900,000+ monthly visitors and publish detailed event data on 26,000+ festivals, art shows, art and craft shows, music festivals, and other events. The addition of the FN Community and FN Marketplace greatly expands our reach and presence in this market and offers new opportunities for our members and the public to connect.
FestivalNet® is staffed by nine smart, caring, genuine individuals with a combined 50+ years of experience in the music business, the festival/art & craft market and in data/technology. Real people you can call and talk to on the phone! Most importantly, we provide our customers with personal and rapid attention in order to aid them in their quest for success in the festival market.
With FestivalNet's Giving Tree we are reinvesting in a better world. Here at FestivalNet, we believe that money is most valuable when it flows. We created the Giving Tree to help keep it flowing to the people and organizations that work so hard to make the world a better, more peaceful and compassionate place. Each month, we choose an organization to receive a percentage of our gross revenues. So thank you for your support, your advertising and membership dollars that allow us to pass it on.
Nationwide Detailed information for Professionals.
Thousands of events throughout the U.S. updated and expanded daily.
A Searchable Online Database with basic information on All our events.
Our Basic Show Info Search is of particular interest to Festival Goers.
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