I’ve Got Rhythm

by admin on March 27, 2011

Music and Musical Event Tickets

Nothing uplifts the spirits quite like a song that perfect complements your mood, and if one song has the power to uplift the listener, how much more powerful is an entire concert?

Communicate the power of your music by printing your own event tickets online. There are plenty of ticket templates to choose from, so you can always find the design that best suits your genre. Classical, jazz, rock, hip hop…whatever sounds sooth your savage beast, there’s a general admission event ticket just right for you.

The perfect image is the perfect way to help generate excitement about your upcoming show. Music-themed event tickets help you sell seats, and most of them can be ordered along with matching event kits, so you can hang poster or flyers, send out invitations, and even distribute VIP passes with the same design, giving your operation a professional, cohesive look.

Special club events can make good use of music-themed event tickets as well. Print out passes in advance and start selling admission to exclusive shows, popular DJs, or crowded nights. You know you’ve made a success when you sell to capacity days before the event even happens!

It’s all about the music! So, find a musical event ticket to illustrate your love of lyric and melody and start selling your show.

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Turn up the Heat

by admin on March 1, 2011

If the weather is cooling, why not plan your next event to start heating things up?

Selling Event Tickets is a cinch when you’ve planned an event that your supporters genuinely want to attend. It’s time to begin your preparations. First, of course, is the venue. Perhaps its time for a long stone hall with a fire roaring in a fireplace at one end. And what about the menu? Hot, savory soups, and juicy roasted meat tempt the palate at this time of year. Add the entertainment: a hot band to keep your guests moving.

Once you know what you mean to do, and when and where you mean to do it, you can begin generating excitement for the gathering with some advance publicity. Posters, Fliers, and Invitations all allow you to share the details with your mailing list or community. Choosing the perfect design helps sell the event, and adding your own images, such as logos or head shots, to your event collateral, helps to make it yours.

Choose a complete Event Kit and you can print Event Tickets, Raffle Tickets, and Drink Tickets that match your publicity materials. Such a lovely sense of completion ties your event together.

With the right details and the right advertisement, you can start selling Event Tickets. Create the event that people want to attend and you’ll have no difficulty selling those seats.

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Beyond the Dinner Dance

by admin on September 16, 2010

Organisations that offer multiple levels of access, such as museums selling day passes and yearly memberships along with special levels of association for big donors, do well to consider those extra perks that might make larger donations worthwhile. As a member of various nature groups, I receive several invitations a year to upscale members-only events, where guests are always treated like royalty, and a good time is guaranteed.

While annual charity fundraisers are always enjoyable, I especially prefer purchasing Event Tickets to those special events that provide members with an extra sneak-peak: a party in conjunction with (and in advance of) a larger happening at the venue.

Does your group plan certain yearly events, some of which are free to the public, and some of which are included in the cost of the ticket at the gate, or available for a small additional cost? I have in mind my local botanical gardens. Every spring, they host an unusual plant sale, where strange and noteworthy specimens, suitable for indoor growing or outdoor planting, are offered. Around the same time, they open their wonderful seasonal butterfly attraction. The plant sale is free (held in the car park) and anyone may shop. The butterfly exhibit costs a little extra beyond the price of admission, although it’s free for members.

It makes good sense that they’ve combined these two interesting attractions for a members-only event that takes place before either event is open to the public. It’s a charity dinner with music, dancing, drinks, and a prize draw, but the events provide an extra twist. In addition to the typical entertainment, members are able to shop the unusual plant sale before the general public has a chance to buy up all the best plants. Also, they are provided with a behind-the-scenes tour of the butterfly exhibit! Lepidopterists are on hand to answer questions.

That’s how to keep your guests feeling like VIPs and encourage them to dig deep to support you. You give them something a little extra for the price of admission and they’ll provide you with the same!

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All Together Now

by admin on August 24, 2010

Planning a charity event? The perfect combination of charity, venue, sponsor, and entertainment can benefit everyone involved, long after the event ends. Here’s how:

Your charity stands for something. You know what it is, and so do your supporters. Your event should earn money for your charity through Event Ticket sales, and it should entertain your supporters, but it should also attract new supporters, provide exposure for those who give generously of their time, and, if you are clever about it, really benefit your sponsors as well.

Rather than renting out a hall, perhaps you can make a deal with a popular local venue. Do you already have a relationship with a particular pub? Is it located in the centre of things, near foot traffic and other night spots? Ideal! Rather than paying the full fee to rent a space and hire people to serve drinks, you can hold your event in a pub. They’ll benefit from increased drink sales during your event. If you’ve chosen a good location, you and the venue can benefit as passersby see there is something special going inside and decide to check it out.

If you can find performers that support your charity or relate to it, they may be persuaded to donate the evening’s entertainment in exchange for the exposure. New bands may be happy to perform, but think outside the box. Does your charity help animals? Perhaps you can work with the local human society. An animal fashion show or an adoption event may help everyone. Consider who can help, and how they might benefit.

As for sponsors, many local business are happy to donate their name and their goods to worthy charities. It’s wonderful exposure and good business. Selling Raffle Tickets with Event Tickets can help them earn more money and increase traffic to their shops. Simply being affiliated with your group can earn them goodwill, and, of course, their charitable donations should decrease their tax burden.

So, before you plan your next event, consider all the people you could be helping, and then plan accordingly.

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The Greenest You’ve Been

by admin on June 3, 2010

More people than ever are actively concerned with their impact on the environment, and that presents you, the event planner, with a unique opportunity. You can do you part to help the planet and add an extra dimension of appeal to your festival, meeting, party, or event, by creating a green focus. It’s not that hard, and it could help your event ticket sales!

Don’t Buy Garbage!

One of the easiest things anyone can do for the environment, whether they’re planning a 5000 person affair or staying home by themselves, is to reduce or eliminate dependence on disposable plastic items. Every year, about 250 billion pounds of plastic pellets are produced, and every year, we throw a vast amount of that plastic into the trash. Even recycling takes energy, but you can reduce your event’s impact. Instead of small plastic water bottles, consider large vessels. Don’t use disposible plastic utensils, cups, or plates. If you can’t afford the real thing, find alternatives: paper cups and plates instead of Styrofoam, paper cutlery instead of plastic (yes, this exists, and it’s typically stronger than the plastic cutlery).

Printing Friendly Tickets

Consider your printing needs. Many upscale printers do not use recycled paper because it decreases the quality of the product, but you may be able to find a printer that does offer a source of recycled paper. If you can’t find the right printer, perhaps you can choose a lower print quality and print your own event tickets on any paper you choose. Or, see if you can’t find a printer that uses renewable energy sources or other environmentally friendly practices.

The Source of Your Power

The same goes for your venue. Many businesses now proudly announce that they are powered, in part or in total, by alternative and sustainable energy sources: solar, wind, hydroelectric, or geothermal, depending on what part of the country you live in. Ask around! If you find the right venue, one that shares your concern for the environment, let people know.

Do all that you can to green your event and you may sell more tickets to those impressed by your commitment. You can feel good about the steps you’ve taken and you can announce to the world that you, your organization, and your event, are pro planet Earth!

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Life’s a Beach

by admin on April 7, 2010

Going coastal? Or just assuming the attitude. Either way, April is the perfect time for a last-chance beach party!

Organise the festivities with a beach-themed Event Kit. Sell Event Tickets if you are trying to earn money with your event, or simply to break even with the food. Choose matching Posters to advertise if you’re looking to gather a crowd, or choose customised Invitations to keep the guest list exclusive. Then your Invitations can double as Event Tickets, if your event is to be large enough that you might need help keeping track of who shows up.

Wax down your surfboards and head for the beach for that classic surfing event. Sell more Event Tickets when you choose the perfect inspirational image, in action-packed, high-resolution colour. Or simply sit by the shore and watch the pros cut through the waves as you enjoy the lingering days of autumn. Even inland, you can invoke the majestic beauty of the place where the ocean meets the shore with the right Event Ticket.

Dig your toes in the sand or get your feet wet. Just relax. All your ticket printing needs are covered in one place, so you can organise and advertise your event with minimum hassle and maximum beauty. Wouldn’t you rather be thinking about important things, like how many steaks you’ll need, or what brand of beer your guests would prefer? With hundreds of beautiful ticket template to choose from and an easy customisation and delivery process, you can get your Event Tickets printed and move on.

Keep all your events beautiful with the right ticket!

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Anzac Day

by admin on March 31, 2010

As we move into the month of April, we remember the valour and honour of those who have served, the sacrifices of soldiers who did not come home, and the eternal hope that the future holds the promise of peace so that our children will never again be asked to travel overseas to a theatre of war. In preparation for Anzac day, it is fitting to organize your parade, dawn service, and related events with the Anzac Day Event Kit.

This lovely Poster not only announces the details of your observance, but allows you to customise it with logos of sponsors, head shots of speakers, and other photographs or meaningful illustrations. The ticket template provides for nine small images, along with one big one.

The design, which matches the rest of the Anza Day Event Kit, features a field of red poppies along with the silhouette of a soldier with his head bowed over his weapon. Gorgeous, full-colour printing offers eye-catching imagery to stand out from the background, so that you can spread your message easily. Let the entire community view the details of your event. This Poster offer you fourteen lines of custom text, so you can fit an entire morning’s worth of activities.

The Anzac Event Kit is available with any or all of the following pieces:

  • General Admission Event Ticket
  • Raffle Ticket
  • Drink Ticket
  • VIP Pass
  • Poster
  • Flyer
  • Invitation
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In Living Colour

by admin on January 7, 2010

We tend to take colour for granted.

A hundred years ago, colour printing was a novelty, and the Victorians kept scrapbooks simply to delight in the profusion of tones and hues made possible by various printing processes. Today, we are almost overwhelmed with colour printing, as hundreds of companies attempt to arrest our attention with the spectacle of eye-catching colour.

Colour communicates emotion, and when you choose stunning, full-colour designs, you too can catch your audience’s eye and draw them toward your cause.

  • Red indicates passion, heat, immediacy, and danger. It’s the colour most likely to cause a visceral response in your audience.
  • Orange and Yellow are active colours, which stir the mind and agitate the senses. Use these colours to grab people and shake them into motion.
  • Green is the colour to which the human eye is most sensitive. It’s often indicative of environmental or financial ideas.
  • Blue is a soothing colour, reminiscent of warm waters and cloudless skies. It is the colour of relaxation and communicates a sense of calm.
  • Purple is the colour of royalty, a noble colour. For most of history, it was a difficult, expensive colour to replicate, and thus reminds of us of luxury.

Let the full power of the rainbow guide you as you begin to choose a theme for your event. Print your Event Tickets in bold colour that expresses the true spirit of your organisation.

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The Details

by admin on December 9, 2009

You notice the little things.

The thread count of the table linen. The fragrance of fresh flowers. The curl of a ribbon.

If you care about those small differences that add up to huge success, you care about the quality of your printed materials. You know that Event Tickets need not resemble overlooked scraps of paper. In fact, Event Tickets can set the stage for your entire event. Choosing a proper design, one that evokes your event theme and even matches all your publicity material, is one way to make the details work for you.

Choosing a special design can be the first step in creating a special evening. Your bold, beautiful Event Tickets become your emissaries in the world, announcing the excitement of your upcoming event in places that Posters and Flyers can’t go: the private homes of your supporters, where they will sing out to all who pass, announcing the fun to be had. An ordinary Event Ticket catches no one’s eyes, but a beautiful one begs for attention and explanation.

Let that be the first detail. Begin with a beautiful design for General Admission or Reserved Seating. From there, choose matching publicity and related materials: Raffle Tickets, Invitations, and more! Brilliant images start with brilliant choices. Choose a proper design on a proper Event Ticket and start off on the path to perfection.

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A Big Bang

by admin on November 17, 2009

Let’s Make Some Noise!

Whether you’re opening a new nightspot or hoping to infuse some new life into an older club, there’s nothing like some colourful and eye-catching publicity to help you drive traffic in your direction.

There’s an Event Kit for that.

To be specific, there are loads of Event Kits for that!

Purple-Nightclub-General-Admission-Ticket

Try a Nightclub Event Kit, available in a variety of colours and designs, and let the world know how to find the hottest part in town with matching Tickets, Posters, Flyers, and more! Any club, any time, can benefit.

Or, choose Event Tickets and matching Event Kits specifically geared to the genre of music you want to showcase on a specific night. Whatever your style, there’s something for you!

Disco-Flyer

Club owners, event promoters, band managers! Don’t just sit there and wait for the fans to arrive. Take an active stance. Let print publicity and fabulous Event Tickets draw your crowd for you.

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