Awesome websites you must get your event listed on

James HedleyEverything, Marketing & Promotion

Top 20 sites to list your event on.

Getting your event noticed is just a click away...


Top 20 sites to list your event on.

One extremely cost-effective way to get extra exposure for your event is to make sure you get listed on websites relevant to what your event entails and where it might be happening. There are literally thousands and thousands of blogs, event listing sites and digital magazines out there, so we’ve done a bit of the drudge work for you by researching which sites drive the most traffic. We took a look at traffic volumes sent from marketing- and events-aggregation sites to ticket sales pages on Quicket’s website. A number of these sites also have paid advertising options that you may well want to consider if you have an event which is particularly relevant to that particular audience.


The following list contains the names and contact details of the top 20 sites which drive traffic to Quicket. You can go ahead and contact them with details of your event.



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01. What’s on in Cape Town

Cape Town is an absolute hive of activity all year round. This site helps you keep on top of what’s happening where and when in the Mother City.


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www.whatsonincapetown.com
Daisy Ions (Editor)
[email protected]
+27 21 447 5057



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02. Joburg.co.za

This site has its finger on the pulse of what’s going on in the city of glittering gold.


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www.joburg.co.za
[email protected]
+27 87 470 0592 | +27 11 781 5285



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03. Cosmopolitan

Diamonds aren’t a girl’s best friend when it comes to attracting the female eye on the web, this site is.


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04. What’s On

If you’ve ever asked “what is there to do in this town?” then this website is basically made for you.


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05. What’s on in Joburg

The Joburg-version of this site has everything you’ve come to expect from the Cape Town version just with a little extra hustle and attitude thrown in.


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www.whatsoninjoburg.com
Daisy Ions (Editor)
[email protected]
+27 21 447 5057



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06. Expat Cape Town

The go-to-guide to Cape Town for expats from around the world. If an expat needs to know it, they’ll find it here.




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07. Cape Town Magazine

Get to know the who’s who and what’s what of the Cape Town scene.


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www.capetownmagazine.com
Denwirh Smith (Partnership Programme & Advertising)
[email protected]
+27 71 892 0651



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08. Silicon Cape

Plug into the tech scene in one click and see what’s happening amongst the silicon set of Cape Town.




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09. Cape {Town} Etc

With a slogan of “Cape Town for Capetonians” this site is the only stop you’ll need to find out about what’s happening with the sights, sounds and citizens of the Mother City.


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10. JHB Live

If it’s live and worth going to, JHB Live will tell you about it in all the fan-fueled detail you want.




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11. Vibescout

No matter where you are, Vibescout will help you scout exactly where the vibe is in your surrounds. From movies to gigs and more, Vibescout has your back.


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www.vibescout.com
Jonathan
+27 84 883 9243



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12. Show Me

Your online guide to staying, playing, traveling and discovering South Africa.


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13. In Your Pocket

Destination city guides, literally in your pocket. Everything someone visiting a city for the first time should do without a second thought.


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14. Heyevent

Heyevent helps you find concerts, theatres, art exhibitions, sport events, conferences and other events wherever you are.


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15. All Events

Like the box says, this site will get you seeing all the events that are happening in the city of your choosing. And yes, they do mean all.


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www.allevents.in
Upload / import events events directly to the website
[email protected]



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16. Herald Live

The Herald Live truly is the voice of Nelson Mandela Bay. If you want to know what’s going on in the bay, you need only click here.


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17. Psymedia

The leading psychedelic trance music portal used by fans, artists and event organisers around the globe.


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18. Whatsup.joburg

For fun in the Joburg and Pretoria sun, this is your best bet. Markets, events, gigs and more for the GP crowd.




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19. Plett Tourism

If it’s happening in Plett, it’s bound to be spoken about on this site.


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www.plett-tourism.co.za
Patty Butterworth
[email protected]
+27 83 453 5331



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20. Cape Town Tourism

As one of South Africa’s main tourist hotspots, Cape Town has a lot going for it. This site will show you all of it and more and keep you coming back, time and again.


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www.capetown.travel
Sinesipho (Project and Trade Assistant)
[email protected]
+27 21 487 68 32

James Hedley

James is one of the founders of Quicket and is always at the forefront of brand strategy and vision. His obsession with both the upliftment of Africa and Futurism puts us in an exceptionally good space to innovate across the continent. James spends most his time trying to balance his creative and strategic genius with dreams of grandeur – all of which eternally catapult us towards the future.

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