Support FolkCalendar.com

FolkCalendar.com has been developed for free as a resource for the traditional and folk music community and hundreds of hours of work have so far gone into the development of the site. There are a number of ways you can support or assist in the development of this service

Add Your Events

Obviously, user input is essential – if you are running a folk music or dance related event, or have a particular interest in a tradition or custom, you can add these to our calendar. Instructions on how you can add events to the calendar can be found here

Add Other Content

If you’d like to write some blog articles, we would very much welcome the additional content – please drop us a message

Link to Us

If you have a website and wanted to provide a link to us, we would be very grateful. let us know you’ve linked to us and we’ll add a link back to you on our supporters page.

Share us on Social Media

Always grateful for any shares, likes and comments on Twitter, Facebook or your social media account of choice. Our Facebook page is and our Twitter page is here.

Assist in Design or Development

FolkCalendar.com is built on WordPress, one of the most popular Content Management Systems in the world. If you have some familiarity with WordPress theme or Plugin development and would like to help add some features, or you could add some design flair to the site we’d love to hear from you

Buy the Developer a Coffee

This site has been developed for free by Christian Mayne, a freelance web developer, concertina player and ceilidh caller. Christian has paid for all the associated expenses too – web hosting (which will need beefing up soon) domain names etc. If you have found the website useful for either finding or promoting an event, you can buy Christian a coffee using the PayPal button in the footer.

Book the developer to work on your website

Do you need a website designing, building or maintaining, or require other web related services? Christian will do you a great job at a great price! Contact him through his work website here