How to Add a Facebook Event To Your Page Without Being a Host


Friday, August 26, 2017

Hey guys! I just stumbled across a way to add an event that’s already been created to your Facebook Fan Page without being added as a host by the original creator.

I recently found myself in a situation where I was asked NOT to create an event page even though I was performing at the event. It makes total sense why, but it was going to prevent me from listing the show as part of my events on Facebook (or so I thought). So here’s how to do it:

  1. Go to the event that you want to add to your page.
  2. Find a button on the top right hand side underneath the event banner.
  3. Click that button and a drop down menu will show up asking you to choose a few options. One of the options is ‘Add to a Page.’
  4. Select this option and then you will see a list of available pages you can add this event to.
  5. Pick the page you want to add the event to, and then you will be taken over to that page.
  6. Scroll down and find the event you just added. Voila!

Watch a video I created about it here…

Situations where this trick is helpful:

-The venue has already created an event page and you don’t feel like creating another one.

-The organizer of the event refuses to add you as a co-host.

-The organizer does not permit you to create your own event.

Why this may not work for your situation:

This might not work for you if you’d like to do anything to the event such as change the title, event details, event banners, etc. You also have to abide by the rules the hosts have set. Sometimes hosts do not permit other people to write comments on the event wall. So, while you can list the event on your page, you still have to follow the same rules that guests would have to follow. It would be great if some time in the future, Facebook allows you to add a special note to your fans where you can share how you’re involved and any other details that would make sense for them to know without having to get the host’s permission.

This is a really cool feature you can use to avoid creating duplicate events. Also, this will help maximize the potential buzz you can get because now everyone is being pointed to the same event page.

See How to promote your event on Facebook


About Anitra Jay

Anitra Jay is an acoustic soul singer-songwriter based in Houston, TX. She tours regularly up and down the US from Vermont to Texas and everywhere in between. Her music is a sultry down to earth blend of soul, pop, and gospel. After being laid off from her job in 2007, Anitra decided to pursue a career in music. She took her educational experiences in Public Relations and her professional background in marketing and applied it full force to her music. She’s found significant success in establishing a lasting fanbase using her special brand of marketing techniques which she shares freely with other artists. In addition to being a full-time performer, Anitra runs TheCraftyMusician.com, a blog for indie artists sharing actionable tips and advice on how to promote, develop, establish a fanbase, and more. Her passion is to inspire other musicians and build a community of like-minded independent artists to encourage and promote successful careers in the arts. She appeared on HGTV’s Tiny House Hunters in May of 2017 to share her music story and her Tiny House Journey with the world. Follow Anitra on Twitter – @IndieArtistsDIY and @Anitra_Jay. Join the mailing list to get practical DIY tips and tricks in your inbox – http://buff.ly/2gSwptO.