Getting your product in front of Ticketmaster audiences has never been more exciting, with a host of creative marketing tools at your fingertips.

Our dedicated blog is the hottest ticket in town; packed with the latest entertainment news, artist interviews and exclusive backstage action.

Here, we meet the stars, showcase upcoming events and engage on an influencer level with fans.

Whether it’s video and photography, quizzes and features or offers and competitions, the official Ticketmaster Blog is an informative and useful platform for passionate live entertainment fans.

Armed with a team of contributors, we can cover your live event with video, photography and live social media content.

From there, we want to ensure your event has a strong presence across our social channels including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

What are we doing across these platforms? On Twitter, we’re serving fans with up-to-the-minute news on the events they care about most, all while responding to customer queries and raising awareness of events big and small across Australia.

Over on Facebook, we’re sharing engaging videos, photo galleries, extensive ticket information and acting as a first point of call for queries. Facebook Live tools will allow us to stream direct from showcase events and offer up fan-to-artist interview opportunities.

Our Instagram fan base is growing rapidly with video content becoming more and more key for our channel. All this ensures Instagram acts as our hub for artist video messaging and live action content.

Equally big things are also in store for our Snapchat channel, where we feed our young demographic with news and exclusives, while amplifying our user generated content opportunities.

Contact your local Client Manager for more information.

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The new agreement brings with it the bonus of zero ticketing fees for fans attending tennis events across the country, a first for major sports and entertainment events in Australia.