I Should Have Used a Middle Agent

I Should Have Used a Middle Agent

University staff and graduate student advisors, this one goes out to you. A little about me:  I got my Masters of Postsecondary Adult and Continuing Education (Student Affairs Focus) from Portland State University in 2014 and took my first job out of Graduate School...
Don’t Forget The Basics

Don’t Forget The Basics

Concerts come with a lot of details. It can be easy to forget the basics while you’re busy planning the day, managing a team of volunteers, making sure there is sufficient security, and marketing your event. Here is a quick checklist of reminders: ☑ WELCOME...
Covid Safety for Fall Events

Covid Safety for Fall Events

Live, in-person shows are back and the regulations that guide them are constantly changing. With that in mind, we thought it would be helpful to discuss some industry trends related to live touring so you can be prepared for your first show back. Why Artists Need to...
Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 3: Preparing

Back to Planning In-Person Concerts – Part 3: Preparing

PART 1: BOOKING    |    PART 2: PLANNING    |    PART 3: PREPARING  You’ve planned out all the details! You picked the perfect artist! Nothing else can go wrong, right?! There is no business like show business, and things can always go wrong. That’s why it is...
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). ...