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How to Effectively Market Your Music Venue – Even Now

COVID-19 Changed Everything. Even How You Market Your Music Venue. How are things going for you and your venue right now? Ya, that’s what we thought. Are you wondering how to market your music venue? We can assume reopening limitations will continue for a few more months, particularly with capacity. In a 2020 survey commissioned…

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How Do You Plan A Concert Checklist?

How Do You Plan A Concert Checklist in 2021? Start With The Actual List! Event venues are starting to come to life everywhere. As a promoter or a venue manager, you are possibly wondering how do you plan a concert checklist these days? Before the pandemic, there were many areas to consider: from budgeting to…

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Expert Tips on How to Choose The Right Music Venue Booking Software

The ticket sales for 2020 were projected to reach 9.7 billion dollars in revenue, but the year didn’t quite pan out as expected. Thanks to COVID-19, venues have either shuttered or are hanging on by a thread. On the bright side, there is sure to be an influx of new shows that will begin booking…

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A Complete Guide to PAC (Performing Arts Center) Venue Management

Are you the manager of a Performing Arts Center? The last year has hit the performing arts industry hard, and the survival of venues is vital. Luckily, to help them stay afloat there is help available in the form of PAC (Performance Arts Center) Venue Management software.  Software helps you communicate and stay on top…

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Is Artist Management Software Worth It?

You Need Artist Management Software In a given month, how much time do you spend managing holds and booking shows? Artist management could be a full-time job, and for many venue managers, it is. Even with the consequences of COVID-19, the venues that have found a way to remain open are trying to fill their…

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Do You Need Concert Management Software?

What Is Concert Management Software Concert tour management software is designed to give artists, managers, and promoters a streamlined, centralized way to manage all of the moving parts associated with running a professional music tour. Without it, concert management can be disorganized, chaotic, and inefficient, leading to miscommunication, missed opportunities, and missed revenue. The best…

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Secrets to Better Music Venue Booking

Music Venue Booking Is About to Get Easier If you’re the only music venue in town, you don’t have to worry much about competition. Your biggest challenge is getting good talent to pass through your town. On the other hand, most cities are full of music venues. You’re just one of many. So how do…

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How to Book Bands for a Venue

The Steps to Book Bands for a Venue Do you want to create the music event of the year? Or maybe you are more focused on bringing fans a consistently good lineup each month. Fans want to live music experiences more than ever, but balancing what fans want and turning a profit is not easy.…

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How Z2 Entertainment Transitioned their Business to Prism

Change can be difficult for anyone, but working in live music means always being ready to adapt. Whether having to suddenly mic up a surprise horn section or learn a new POS system, it can seem that things are always in flux.  While storing information on the cloud was certainly an improvement from paper files,…

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Interview with EXIT/IN Nashville on Thriving and Surviving During COVID

One of the hardest-hit industries during COVID-19 has been the live music industry. Experts estimate as many as 90% of venues will close because of the pandemic. Still, many venues are doing whatever it takes to survive and learning that survival has some silver linings.  We sat down with Chris Cobb, owner of EXIT/IN, an…

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