The Event Database
The event database for Hamburg and the area of Greater Hamburg contains about 35000 events and reaches around two million readers every month. The goal of this project is to present the variety of events taking place at the heart of Hamburg and the surrounding areas and make them accessible to the public via websites and other media.
The project is funded by the culture and tourism tax, thus the service is free of charge. The database does not concentrate on events for a target audience, but collects all kinds of events, except for those which are racist, discriminatory or radical. Via api we include the data of the following databases into our system:
- AdTicket & Reservix
- Bad Bevensen Marketing
- Bücherhallen Hamburg
- CTS Eventim
- Der Norden
- Dithmarschen Tourismus e.V.
- Hamburger Theater e.V.
- Kirche Hamburg
- Lübeck und Travemünde Marketing
- Lüneburger Heide GmbH
- Stadtkultur Hamburg e.V.
- Tel-A-Vision (fee-based service)
- Termine Regional
- Tourismus-Agentur Schleswig-Holstein
- TourismusMarketing Niedersachsen
- Tourismusverband Landkreis Stade / Elbe e. V.
- Tourismusverband Mecklenburg-Vorpommern e.V.
You can use our online form to enter events into our database. It helps you to submit all information about the location, time and content of the events as well as upload pictures. As we pass on the pictures to other websites for the purpose of advertising the event, you must be in possession of the rights to pass on the pictures in order to upload them. Images look best if they are in 3:2 format and have a resolution of at least 1000 x 666 pixels.
The data will be checked for completeness by the editors of the event database. Afterwards you will receive an e-mail informing you that your event has been included into the database.
Our partners decide which content is best for their audience and filter it accordingly for their website or medium of publication. The database does not have a system to buy tickets, hyperlinks to the page of the respective organizer can be established.
The following map shows the area the database covers: