Author: Dawn Green

Social distancing for theatre seating

Help patrons feel safe to return The performing arts attracts a decidedly mature audience. In fact, the Monterey Symphony reports the average audience member is 71, and 55 is the magic number for classical music fans. While 41 is the average age for broadway performances, community theatres worldwide generally skew a bit older. This is…
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A survival guide for event businesses

There is no handbook on how we — as owners, directors, box office managers and staff for event businesses — should operate in a world where the very essence of what we do, that is, bringing people together, has been banned throughout the world. These circumstances have imposed on all of us a true fight…
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11 ways to prepare for hosting a virtual event

ThunderTix has been building a series of virtual event guides to help you kick off your first virtual event. Check out our resources on why you should go virtual then dig into content covering topics like our beginners guide to video streaming for live events and how to sell tickets for virtual events. With this…
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Email marketing for events: integrated mass email tools

One of the most important aspects of a well-executed event is hosting an engaged audience, and that begins with attracting patrons to the events that are right for them. For many events, mass mailing is the ticket to getting “butts in seats”. ThunderTix offers three options for integrated email marketing for events allowing you to…
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Case Study: Austin Ghost Tours offers a virtual walking tour

How does an in-person ghost tour make the transition to a virtual event? Will there be a diminishing sense of enjoyment to attendees? In this article, we’ll talk about Jeanine Plummer’s concerns and eventual leap to an online experience. Her virtual walking tour of Austin’s scariest stories takes place through her eponymously named Austin Ghost…
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After COVID: attract new audiences with site-specific performance

Eventually, patrons will begin inching back to theatres when the concerns around COVID-19 have diminished. Hopefully, you’ve been live-streaming events or meet-and-greets with the cast to keep audience members engaged. Continue those efforts to keep your theatre front-of-mind with patrons. At the same time, it’s never too early to start planning for those first in-person…
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Sell tickets for YouTube video streaming events

YouTube is the de facto leader in all things video, and along with your ThunderTix integration you have an easy way to sell tickets for YouTube video streaming events. We’re going to start with the most basic YouTube event — webcam streaming — available right from your desktop camera. Webcams are on virtually every desktop…
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Zoom Virtual Events

Sell tickets for live-streamed events with Zoom

Zoom’s amazing growth has been fueled by the ease of use and compatibility across any device. With nothing to download, it’s simple to get started using their video streaming platform. Simply schedule a meeting, send a link, and you’re ready to sell tickets for live-streamed events with Zoom! However, that simplicity also has a downside.…
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Hosting Virtual Events

How to sell tickets for virtual events

With the threats imposed by the coronavirus (COVID-19), many of our clients began hosting online events to fill the void the cancellations wrought. Even without a background in video conferencing, you can learn how to sell tickets for virtual events with our guide to hosting virtual events. Our beginner’s guide to video streaming for live…
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Video streaming for live events

Beginner's guide to video streaming for live events

In the world of live performance, tradition expects performers and fans to come together in a single venue to host exciting events. That view has been upended due to “social distancing” rules from COVID-19 that have resulted in postponed and canceled events. But while in-person performances cannot continue under a single roof, they can be…
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