How it works
Culture belongs to all of us. It’s only fair that we all get a say in who shapes it and how. Everyone is free to launch a campaign if they have an event idea. Get your audience excited about it. If they are willing to support, they will back your campaign. Through crowdfunding, we enable anyone, anywhere to set up the events they really want.
- Minimise your financial risks and reach your break-even point in advance.
- Maximise cultural offer beyond the traditional gatekeepers.
- Empower your audience by making them the decision makers.
- Find an alternative fundraising channel to fund your work.
- Validate your event concept.
- Discover, connect and grow your fanbase.
- You can launch a campaign for free.
- If a campaign isn't successful, you don't have to pay any fees, and we won't charge backers.
- If you reach your campaign goal, we will only take a 10% success fee.
- When your successful campaign turns into an event, you can still sell tickets if the venue has bigger capacity and generate more income.
Have a great event idea? Make it happen.
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Influence your local scene and be a part of the change in the event industry. We are giving you all the tools to crowdfund the event of your dreams completely risk-free. See what others are campaigning for or create your own.
Create a campaign
Plan your event concept
Define campaign target & goals
Identify your audience
Typically, a campaign can stay active for up to 90 days. Should it generate a lot of interest and reach its monetary and attendance milestone earlier, it may end earlier.
A campaign can be set up by anyone.
Once the campaign is launched, you can only update the generic information related to it. That includes everything on the last step including text, related videos and social links, images etc. Once launched, it is no longer possible to change the pricing or attendance estimate.
A commitment is a promise of a ticket payment in the future. By supporting or backing a campaign, you are allowing us to charge you but only in case the campaign succeeds and the event is possible. This way we don’t lock your finances and you can support as many campaigns as you want.
Yes, you can. As long as your campaigns are for two distinct acts or in different cities, if it's the same act.
You can spread the word about your campaign to your friends and other fans of the act you are campaigning for, share it in any online communities. The more people know about it and our platform, the better the chances of the campaign’s success.
Unfortunately, we can’t promise to promote each and every campaign on our social media platforms, However, if we notice that your campaign is well supported by the public, we will help you reach a wider audience by sharing it on our social profiles.
A successful campaign becomes an event. You would be charged and can soon expect the tickets for the event in your email. Same tickets should also be visible in your profile on Eventual.
Although you may have provided us with your credit card details, we do not charge you yet. Campaigns might fail and often, there might be no need for the money trading hands. We only charge you once we know the event is possible.
As soon as you can successfully book a venue and define a final date for the event.
If the campaign reaches its goals and is successful, there should be room for people to join. Make sure to check the event page for more details on ticket availability.
You won’t be able to cancel or edit the campaign once it’s launched. Once launched, a campaign would automatically expire after the duration it is set to be active for.
There are some values you should consider when setting up your crowdfunding goal. Those include our 10% fee for successful campaigns and the 85% commitment successful rate, which means that usually 10% - 15% of the people who backed your campaign will end up not giving the money when it's time to take it from their bank accounts. For these two reasons, we strongly recommend you always set up a higher goal for your campaign, and not only the exact production costs you need to raise.