How To Create An Event Page

It is absolutely free to create an event page on Eventzilla and it only takes a few minutes to set up. Your event page is where attendees can view your event details, buy tickets, or register for your event. 

Sign up or Log in
First things first, if you don't already have one, you'll need an Eventzilla account. You can create an account using our  signup page

When you first sign up, you'll be presented with a series of simple steps that will guide you through creating your first event.

If you already have an Eventzilla account, simply log in to your Eventzilla account. 

Your First Event
Simply click on the "Create an Event" button to start setting up your event. Once your event page is created, you'll be able to customize the design, configure what information you would like to collect about attendees, configure discount codes, waitlist settings, and approval settings as needed.

Event Page Design
Select from the available preset theme or customize to match your needs.

Describe your Event
Enter event name, description, date and time. Describe your event and include any details you would like your attendees or customers to know. Describe what you're offering and set expectations. Make sure to specify what is included and what isn't. This is where you can specify important information such as any restrictions (members only event), your refund policy, and how to learn more.

Images, links, and videos can be included here as well.

Ticket/Registration Types
You can create one or more ticket types for your event. 

Enter ticket name, ticket description, ticket price for paid ticket types, available sales dates, number of tickets available, minimum/maximum of tickets per order and more.

By default, your ticket sales start immediately and end when the event starts. You can set a maximum event capacity for your event. The maximum capacity will indicate how many people can register for your event before it becomes sold out.

Payment Options
Enter payment methods for paid events, add cancellation policy info, overall event capacity for the field.

Additional Settings
Public pages appear on Eventzilla and are accessible to search engines while Private pages are not. To keep things exclusive, you can even password protect your event listing, make the event invitation only, and/or add a special access code to reveal hidden tickets.

Preview and Publish
When you were done, click on publish button to launch the event page. You are all set to sell tickets now. Share the link to the event page on your website, blog, Facebook & Twitter.

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