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Entries in booking (7)


Your Band Is Your Brand

Your band is the music making machine that will enable your career, and your brand is the face of your music that people will learn to know and love. Your brand can be a powerful and invaluable asset that holds deep meaning for your fans and others who interact with it.

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4 Ways Concert Venues Can Change For The Better

Attending concerts is a pastime that people everywhere enjoy. While the experience of seeing one’s favorite artist live is one of the biggest appeals of a concert, a negative experience at a concert venue can make audience members think twice about returning to certain environments. With a few adjustments, concert venues can become much more welcoming and hospitable. Here are four ways concert venues can change for the better.

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How To Get Booked At Music Festivals

This post was written by Lisa Occhino and originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog

Booking a music festival gig is one of the most effective ways to grow your fanbase and grab the attention of industry tastemakers. Earning a coveted slot on a festival lineup is a key indicator that you’re not only an extremely talented band, but also that you’re serious about putting in the work to take your music career to the next level.

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10 Ways To Book More House Concerts

This post was written by Joy Ike ​and originally appeared on the Bandzoogle Blog.

House concerts: everybody loves them, but most artists don’t know how to get them. They are the most-coveted type of gigs for singer/songwriters and acoustic bands. They don’t require a lot of promotional effort - which means less time behind your computer, and more time behind your instrument.

Yes, in the ecosystem of gigs, house concerts are king! So how do you book them? Here are some simple ways to make it happen!

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How To Book A Tour Without A Booking Agent

One of the biggest challenges musicians face is booking tours. Many bands don’t have a booking agent, so booking a tour can seem like a daunting task the first time out.

Here are some key things to keep in mind to help you book a tour without a booking agent.

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5 Essential Tips To Make Your First DIY Tour A Success

This article originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog

Your band’s first tour can be your first step up the ladder to success, but if it’s not done properly, it can end up wasting a lot of time and a lot of money. Always take care in planning your tour, whether it’s your first one ever or just another month on the road. To make sure it’s a success, check out these five essential tour planning tips. 

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How To Find A Great Booking Agent

This article originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog

Last week, we provided a breakdown of the most desirable qualities your booking agent should possess. This time around, we’ll be providing you with advice on how to find the right booking agent who will play a vital role in enhancing the quality of your live performance opportunities. Finding someone you can trust with such an important aspect of your career as a musician may seem like a tall task, but if you keep these four areas at the forefront of your overall strategy, you’ll put yourself in a great position to find the booking agent who’ll take your show value to the next level. 

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