Register an event

Register an event

Event registrations are now open for the 2019 History Festival.

 

Earlybird registrations close Thursday 24 January

Registrations close Thursday 7 February

 

Already have an account?

Login here to start registering your 2019 event.

Contact us if you have any problems logging in.

New to the Festival?

  1. Create an account. The details you enter on this page will not be made public.
  2. Check your email. You will be sent an email with a link to activate your account and set a password.
  3. Once your new password is saved, click 'create a new event' and begin filling in your event details.

How to return and edit a saved event

  1. Log in and go to the my events page.
  2. Refer to the list of saved and submitted events.
  3. Click edit to continue your registration.

 

Download the registration information pack (PDF)


Registration fees

Event registration fees 2019

 

Level 1
Community and incorporated organisations (less than 200 members), National Trust branches, schools

Level 2
Government organisations, large not-for-profits (greater than 200 members), for-profit businesses & enterprises

One event

Earlybird: $35 (by 24 January)
Standard: $45 (by 7 February)

Earlybird: $50 (by 24 January)
Standard: $70 (by 7 February)
Each additional eventEarlybird: $8 per event
Standard: $12 per event
Earlybird: $12 per event
Standard: $15 per event

 Optional Extra

Add an image to your printed program listing^*$120$150

^ Note: up to four images can be included in your website listing at no extra cost

* Subject to space

Your registration fee covers:

  • An event listing in 230,000+ copies of the printed program: distributed as an insert in The Advertiser on Saturday 6 April and to libraries, visitor centres, councils and other participating outlets throughout South Australia.
  • A listing on the History Festival website, including up to four images (more than 52,000 visits in 2018).
  • Your own copies of the program to distribute, as well as A3 festival posters and A2 event signage.
  • Access to marketing resources such as poster and media release templates, and help sheets.
  • Advice and support including information sessions and workshops.
  • The History Trust promotes the Festival overall through the program, website, app, social media as well as through traditional media.

Open Doors Weekend, 27-29 April

Open Doors is three days of events that focus on exploring heritage buildings and architectural history.

If you are planning an event with a built heritage focus, we encourage you to consider holding it during the opening weekend (although built heritage events are welcome any time during the festival).

To be part of Open Doors, events must include a form of activity that helps visitors learn something about the building or place. This may include things like: tours, talks, children’s activities, displays or handouts.

Registering an event for Open Doors is no different to ordinary event registration. To help visitors find out what's happening over the Open Doors weekend, events will be listed in a dedicated section for both the printed program and website.

Themed programs

Each year, we aim to group events into themed programs to make it easier for audiences to find events that interest them.

In 2019, the History Festival program will feature:

  • Built heritage (see above)
  • Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander history
  • Family friendly events
  • LGBTIQ history
  • Migration history
  • 125th anniversary of women's suffrage in South Australia

Additional themed programs will be selected for the print and/or online version of the program depending on registrations received.

Diary dates

Thursday 24 January: Earlybird registrations close (5pm)

Thursday 7 February: All registrations close (5pm)

By Friday 15 February: Event proofs sent to organisers

Friday 22 February: Last day for organisers to sign off on proofs

Wednesday 6 March: Marketing workshop (TBC)

Saturday 6 April: Program released in The Advertiser. Website live, bookings open

Wednesday 24 April: Rundle Mall launch (TBC)

Late April: Regional launch (TBC)

27-29 April: Open Doors Weekend

May: South Australia's History Festival