A wide variety of past and upcoming events are announced and described by several social online services. These web sites range from general event directories to local city guides that may have illustrating media. They often overlap in terms of coverage, and provide each
their own social networks features to support users in sharing and deciding upon attending events. The information about the events, the social connections and the representative media are therefore all spread and locked in amongst these services providing overall limited event coverage and no interoperability of the description. In this paper, we present a web-based environment producing and consuming linked data to provide an explicit interlinking of event-related and up-to-date information. We propose interactive and user-friendly interfaces to visualize events with the aim to meet the user needs: relive experiences based on media, and
support decision making for attending upcoming events.