Category: School Theater Ticketing Software

ticketing software for school events

Q & A: Ticketing Software for K-12 School Events & Theater

This post has answers to frequently asked questions about ticketing software for K-12 school events and theater. Q: “How can ticketing software save a school time and money?” A: Ticketing software functions as a centralized “place” to organize the people (educators, students and parents) involved with a school event. It is this distributed teamwork that gets…
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Principal Suggests School Event Ticketing System

The principal of a high school in Indiana has suggested that large crowds at school events are a safety concern and that the district should adopt a ticketing system. The nearby college is also seeing a surge in attendance and is already selling tickets online. Watching the video of a stampede of parents (below) may be all…
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campus concerts

Campus Concerts Do's and Don'ts

Music concerts at schools come with special circumstances that are not usually found at commercial “for-profit” venues. Schools, from the local elementary to the largest college campus in the country, face the same challenge – financial transparency, return on investment and creating a memorable experience for the students. This post lists some of the “do’s and don’ts” for campus…
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Using ticketing software to lower the costs of school reunions

The years seem to fly by. One day you are throwing your mortarboard in the air. The next day you get a invitation to your 20 year high school reunion. Organizing a school reunion is no small feat. The time, effort and costs involved are similar to that of a small rock concert. Worse, the act of outreach to alumni and…
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Taylor Swift on Campus winner announced but the gotcha remains?

Taylor Swift on Campus winner announced but the gotcha remains?

Congratulations to Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California on winning the ‘Taylor Swift on Campus’ contest! Details of the pending live performance by Swift and the $10,000 grant are on the Chegg blog. Also winning a $10,000 music department grant, but not a live performance by Swift, are Seton High School, Terra Environmental Research Institute, Bellarmine College Preparatory and the California Institute of…
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