5 steps to take prior to approaching sponsors

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7 Tips for increasing VIP table revenue

   

Artist marketing in music festival planning

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How to properly create a map & schedule for a multi-day music festival

FEATURED Photo by Tony pham    One of the last stages of festival planning but oftentimes the most complex is creating a map of the festival and putting the schedule together. This is especially true for festivals that incorporate multiple stages, areas, events, etc. over multiple days. 

Ultimate guide to making a profitable music festival budget

Featured photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash If you're an event planner with a big idea, like a perfect, big idea, but you don't even know where to start, you have come to the right place! Big ideas need big plans, and big plans need a strategy, innovation, clarity, and consistency. If you are looking for helpful tools to start your own music festival, we are here to provide you with some insight. We were in your shoes once before, and it worked out pretty well for us (after some budgeting adjustments). That's why we're here to show you the ropes of starting your own music festival with a detailed look into all aspects of planning one! We are confident that your music festival dream can truly become a real concept.

5 things to consider when budgeting talent for music festivals

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Texas coronavirus restrictions and guidelines

What is planned? Texas has announced that they are changing their guidelines soon regarding COVID-19, which could be good for the music industry. A well known EDM artist, Yellow Claw, has a show quickly coming up in Dallas scheduled for December 4th, 2020 along with another artist, TOKiMONSTA being booked in Dallas towards the end of January. Aside from these, El Paso, San Antonio, and Houston are already having concerts in venues such as The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center and Arena Theatre.

How to sell tickets on your facebook event for free

PromoTix is a free ticketing platform for event creators that charges no ticket service fees to organizers or attendees that buy and sell tickets on Facebook.

40 event ticketing software companies reviewed

Find the best ticketing provider for your event We've taken the time to put together a list of 40 of the best event ticketing companies on the planet that can help you monetize and collect registrations for your events company. We'll cover an overview of the software, price, pros, cons, who is using it, and even share some screenshots. Only you can decide in the end what's right for your business, and this page will hopefully give you the basics to narrow down your search.

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