Navigating Online Events
With festivals, performances and concerts canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic, musicians of all kinds are resourcing to social and streaming platforms to play live for their fans. This has provided for a more intimate setting for fans to see their favorite artists and up close from the comfort of their own home.
Sure, nothing will ever be the same as seeing your favorite artist in the flesh. From seeing them walk out on stage, to the energy that takes over the room, it’s simply irreplaceable. Despite that, there are some advantages that you don’t really think about when it comes to online concerts.
Anyone across the world can watch these streams. It doesn’t matter if you’re in New York City or Waterloo, Iowa - With online streams they can watch them with the click of a button with internet access.
No Ticket Cap:
There is no ticket limit. With online streaming you can have unlimited tickets sold. This in hand goes well with receiving more revenue. When you have more fans watching that means more tips or revenue. Some venues cap at 500 - 1000 people and online there is no limit!
And lastly, they require less of a production and are hassle free. A traditional tour usually has many tour buses, band and crew, production, and other workers on call. With online streaming it eliminates the majority of the work. Which means you save your precious time and effort putting on a large production and can do so in the comfort of your own home and also be more personal with fans.
Our clients are staying organized with their bookings of online concerts through our Booking Agency Pro platform which syncs up with Bandsintown and Songkick for more overall reach to fans. Learn more about our software by clicking here.