Discovering information about thousands of events and happenings taking place around the world can be difficult and time consuming. Whatsonwhen, a specialized searchable database, makes it easy and even fun.
Whatsonwhen is a database, available at no charge, of thousands of events taking place around the world. Want to attend a classical music concert in Vienna, Austria? How about the Polar Bear Jumpoff and the Ugly Fish Toss in Seward, Alaska? You'll find information about these happenings in Whatsonwhen.
The home page of Whatsonwhen is where you'll interact with the database. First, you can search for events by theme, country, location, and keyword. You can also limit your search by date.
Second, you can browse by categories including kids & family, music, theatre, and religion. By the way, the "bizarre" category is home to some rather interesting events.
At the top of the front page, you'll find links to two smaller, focused directories containing listings for business and leisure events.
Each listing for a happening or event includes dates, contact information, and often additional background information about the location where the event is taking place.
If you take advantage of the optional registration, Whatsonwhen also offers the opportunity to personalize the home page and store event listings to create your own calendar. The registration is free and takes just a few seconds.
Whatsonwhen is a useful, educational, and fun specialized database that often provides you with event information more quickly than beginning your search with a general web engine.
Search or browse for information about thousands of events around the world.
Whatsonwhen (Leisure Guide)
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Whatsonwhen (Business Guide)
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