Booking & Touring

4 Ways to Get Paid on Tour

So, you’re about to book a show. Rad! As you probably know by now, there are a number of different ways that you can get paid for being awesome at what you do. We want to make sure you’re being paid fairly (and we know you do, too) so here is a bit of insight into four of […]Read More »

4 Tips for Successful Touring

What performer doesn’t love the thought of traveling from city to city performing for his or her biggest fans and making new fans along the way? Touring is a great way to get exposure outside of your home town, but now that we have the internet, touring is no longer the only way to get […]Read More »

7 Tips for Making Your DIY Tour Stand Out From the Competition

In my last article, we discussed ways in which you can plan and book a DIY tour that runs effectively, successfully, and within your budget. So now that you’ve packed up your gear, managed your expenses, and hit the road, what can you do to really blow your fans out of the water night after night? […]Read More »

3 Creative Ways to Make More Money Gigging

Gigging and touring is the bread and butter for indie musicians today. Playing local gigs on the weekend with a few regional or national tours can provide enough income to get by, but there’s a lot more to gigging than performing and ticket sales. The fan interactions, collaboration opportunities, and merch possibilities open up a number of income streams […]Read More »

Sell More Concert Tickets & Reach New Fans With Bandsintown

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. You’re on tour, and you get an angry email or text from Jessica, a fan in the last city you played. Turns out, even though you emailed her (and all of your list), you Tweeted about the concert, and you set up a Facebook event, she catch […]Read More »

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