Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 2: Planning

Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 2: Planning

PART 2: PLANNING (CLICK HERE FOR PART 1: BOOKING)  Hopefully now you are through the artist selection process, but if not, feel free to review part 1 of our refresher course blogs.  MARKETING:5 WAYS TO ANNOUNCE YOUR SHOWHOW TO MAKE A SHOW POSTEROnce you have your...

Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 1: Booking

Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 1: Booking

PART 1: BOOKING As we return to “normal” event planning, many of our college clients are being asked to produce their large-scale concerts again, and we’ve recently gotten the question “Where do I start?” It feels a bit overwhelming. Especially when you’re...

Get To Know Amber

Get To Know Amber

As you may have heard, the How To Concerts team grew this summer! With Jake now working remotely from Seattle, Jolene and Luke opened a new office in Green Bay and welcomed our newest employee to Wisconsin from California. As the Entertainment Logistics Coordinator,...

Best Virtual Events of Spring 2021

Best Virtual Events of Spring 2021

It’s that time again! Let’s round up our favorite virtual events from the 2021 spring semester. It was impossible to keep everyone in the loop on all the events we were helping people produce. So here is our 6-month recap of what we’ve been busy working on:  ...

Hybrid Events That Work

Hybrid Events That Work

We are seeing a huge demand for hybrid college campus programs for Fall 2021. No problem. Here is how to take your favorite events and make them hybrid – not only for safety but for accessibility reasons.   1) Concerts We believe artists are not going to want to...

How to Moderate a Q&A

How to Moderate a Q&A

Over the past year we’ve assisted with more celebrity and musician Q&A events than ever, mostly because it’s one way to connect in a virtual setting that really works well. BUT the success of your event often depends on 1 or 2 key individuals – your moderator(s). ...

Why Nostalgia-Based Events Work

Why Nostalgia-Based Events Work

Ever wonder why Classic Rock never seems to die? Most true followers are anywhere from 40 to 70 years old, and still rockin’ out to ZZ Top and AC/DC. Crowds flock to local fairgrounds to see their favorite artists or even cover bands of their favorite artists, to...

How To Plan a Drive-In Concert

How To Plan a Drive-In Concert

 As the pandemic started sweeping the nation, talent buyers began to brainstorm and experiment with new socially distant concert ideas, and the one that seemed to take the biggest hold around the country was the drive-in. Drive-in concerts are a great way to structure...

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