Concert Promotion Business Plan

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The tour manager works for the band and travels with them.Opener/Opening Act: A band or performer that begins a show before the main act/band.Contract: When a bid is accepted by a performer or band, a contract is then offered.

The tour manager works for the band and travels with them.Opener/Opening Act: A band or performer that begins a show before the main act/band.Contract: When a bid is accepted by a performer or band, a contract is then offered.

Bonuses/overages: Extra money earned by the band due to extra revenue or ticket sales.

Buy-outs: An amount of money given to each member to pay for a meal/dinner.

People in the Business Agent: A representative of the band that's in charge of scheduling performances.

Booker: A person who schedules or organizes events and shows at a venue.

From petty cash to cue sheet, these terms are important for you to know.

Here's our simple concert promotion business glossary to keep you in the know on all things in your industry.

Caterer: A person or company responsible for providing food and beverages to the band, crew, and all involved members.

Crew: Everyone that's working for you the day of the event.

Since 1975, Hal Davidson has planned, produced and promoted concerts, music festivals, circuses, ice shows, trade shows and served as a stellar marketing executive in the worlds of retail, resorts and casinos. His drive is based on bringing people together all over Planet Earth.

There are only a handful of festival producers and promoters in the world with this degree of understanding of the myriad of details required to present a quality music festival.

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