Frequently Asked Questions
An event that should be listed isn’t here – where is it?
Listings on Next Seven Days are made by the promoters, agents or even the artists themselves. In our initial start-up period, we are creating many of the listings, but we would encourage those responsible for promoting a particular event to create a free account and manage their listings themselves.
If you know of an event that should be listed, contact the promoters and get them to open a free listing account.
I’ve spotted an error in the listings or I would like to report abuse – who can I tell it to?
Thanks for caring – use our feedback form here.
The Cinema section doesn’t have regular movie listings? What’s the deal with that?
The cinema section is something that we’re working on as it will work a little differently to the rest of the site.
Do you have plans to start Next Seven Days in other cities? When will they be going live?
Yes - we’re working on it... We want to get our home city of Sydney just right before we start rolling it out in other cities. We’ll let you know.
Does it cost money to list an event on Next Seven Days?
No – listings are free of charge.
How can I list an event on Next Seven Days?
If you or the company you work for are the promoter of an event, you can create a free account that will enable you to look after your own events. Account holders can create new events and dates, and edit or delete existing ones with our easy to use interface.
I don’t want to bother with all that – can’t I pay you to list my event?
Sorry, not at this stage – we’re too busy building new features!