What is Billing for Concerts?

What is Billing for Concerts?

When planning a live entertainment event, you may be asked about something called “billing.” Contrary to how it may sound, it has nothing to do with a financial bill or the fee you are paying the artist, but instead it is actually referring to the way you...
How To Run a Meet & Greet

How To Run a Meet & Greet

You booked the artist, the advance is well underway, and the artist agreed to a “meet and greet”. Perfect! Everyone is so excited. But how do you run a meet and greet? Meet and greets are all too often AWKWARD for artists. In addition, rough travel schedules can also...
How To Make Backstage Passes

How To Make Backstage Passes

When planning a concert, you may wonder what types of access passes you should have, or if the artist will bring them. Here is a quick guide to what passes you want to create and have available, and what they mean. First let’s answer the question “what are...
Get to Know Jen

Get to Know Jen

The How To Concerts team saw some exciting changes this summer! With our Account Executive Amber working from Nashville, Jolene and Luke are joined in Green Bay by our newest team member – Jen Buhrow. As the Entertainment Logistics Coordinator, Jen will be...
Artist Hospitality Basics

Artist Hospitality Basics

You may have heard tales of green M&M’S and all-white furniture, so it can be difficult to know what to give an artist if they don’t provide much for a hospitality rider. We’ve put together a list of the basics of what to put in a green room or backstage...