The combination of Moshtix’s innovative technology for general admission, self-service and white label solutions with Ticketmaster’s unrivalled services, marketing, distribution and reach will provide a unique offering for the live entertainment industry.
Moshtix and its 34 employees with a head office in Sydney will continue to operate as a standalone business unit under Managing Director Harley Evans, but now have the added support and resources of the Ticketmaster group.
Here’s how the partnership can benefit you:
Reach more people than ever before
You’ll have access to Ticketmaster’s extensive database of four million fans locally, along with 90 million fans in 29 countries. Event listings will also be integrated into Ticketmaster.com.au to increase exposure and attract new audiences. You’ll also be able to reach fans right where they are, through our affiliate partnerships with some of the most used platforms including Spotify, Bandsintown, YouTube and Facebook.
We have the tools you need
Our marketing tools and capabilities are second to none. We also utilise industry-leading technology and initiatives such as Verified Fan which empower event organisers and artists, giving them greater control of their ticketing.
We’re continuing to grow and we want you to come with us
Research and development into new and innovative products and solutions are paramount at Ticketmaster. We invest more into Research and Development than any other ticketing company and that ongoing commitment will now deliver Moshtix huge potential to further enhance its offering to the market.
Our Global Artist Services division delivers ticketing and marketing campaigns for more than 800 artists annually in the US, Canada, UK and Europe. The division launched earlier this year in Australia and has already delivered campaigns for Snow Patrol, Tim Minchin and Tash Sultana.
We’re here at every stage of the journey
With Moshtix being added to Ticketmaster’s current suite of ticketing platforms that already include Universe and TicketWeb, Ticketmaster can further support venues, performers, and event organisers at every stage – whilst continuing to champion the interests of the fan.
Following the announcement in March that Splendour In The Grass had secured their permanent home at North Byron Bay Parklands, the festival increased their capacity to 42,500,