Every now and then we love to show you some of the best event websites using our event WordPress themes. Here are 10 of our most recent clients boasting amazing websites.
Long gone are the days when you had to suffer to easily create an event website. WordPress has come to the rescue with a vibrant community of event WordPress theme developers that every day create incredible templates to make event organizers’ lives easier.
We are very proud to be part of such great community. Our 8 themes have powered some of the most amazing event websites, from association meetings, to conferences, to music festivals, to fitness competitions, startup events, hackatons, you name it, we got it.
We are constantly in touch with our customers and review some of their work to feature those that pushed the boundaries with our themes. Therefore without further ado we are very glad to present you with the most exciting examples of event websites of 2016:
Great websites are not necessarily about lots of images and visuals. Simplicity always sells more tickets!
We love the custom graphics they added to Vertoh. Really conveys the message.
Can you run a trade show without exhibitors? No! 6 months before your event is perfect timing to concentrate your site on selling them and display those you’ve already sold. This event does it perfectly using our newest and most flexible event WordPress theme, Fudge 2.0.
Events are fun. This website makes the fun starts before the event. Join the party.
When you are selling business events it is important to come across professionally. This website does it perfectly.
We loved the copy on this site. Pure inspiration and call to action to register.
showcasing your speakers is the most important tactic to sell tickets. The Latam Summit used Mondree perfectly to do so.
Simplicity and engagement on a personal level with a picture we can all relate to.
Sometimes you need to give a lot of information on your site. This website displays it neatly and in a very UX friendly manner.
Using a pop up to get attendees to take action is often times a good idea to get them to register.