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Beautiful SaaS technology for the live music industry

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This article originally appeared on Noisey Australia. Image: Daniel Knott As Sinead O'Connor's recent troubles prove, booking a show still isn't as simple as it should be. The gig cycle for an artist is often two months booking, one hour performing and then two months chasing money.
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Last minute tickets for events 🎟⏰

Gametime now allows you to purchase tickets 90 minutes after the event has started!

Gametime makes finding the perfect live experience remarkably fast and easy (especially last-minute). We curate an epic list of the most amazing possibilities your city has to offer. Once you select your event, we examine as many as 10,000 potential seats.

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Fast Company
When it comes to buying or selling game or concert tickets, it's hard to fight Ticketmaster. That doesn't stop people from trying, though. Entering the fray is the mobile-first Gametime, a ticketing company that targets last-minute fans, either those who are naturally spontaneous or natural-born procrastinators.
Gametime is targeting last-minute fans. Today the company is introducing LastCall, a new way to get into live events up to 90 minutes after the start. The ticketing company has sold hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of tickets to date through its mobile-first platform, which enables people to buy and sell tickets to sports, concerts, theater, and more i… See more
Ticketing app Gametime is taking its last-minute approach about as far as it can go, with the launch of a new feature called LastCall. This allows users to purchase tickets through Gametime until 90 minutes after an event has started. Why would you want to do that? Well, prices usually drop precipi...
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Sell tickets online. Less fees, more transparency.

Tikly offers a cheaper, more respectful service fee structure than eventbrite. They don't sell or re-sell buyer contact information like some of their competitors.

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Emma Walsmith- founder, tikly
We built Tikly to support touring musicians and facilitate opportunities for musicians to make more money at gigs they're already playing. VIP experiences, direct to fan ticketing, merchandise pre-sales are all areas we specialize in - bonus, any contact information you collect via Tikly remains uniquely your own.
Tikly offers a cheaper, more respectful service fee structure than eventbrite. They don't sell or re-sell buyer contact information like Eventbrite
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Emma Peterson Founder & CEO, Tikly Years with Company: 2 Address: 317 6th Ave., Ste. 500, Des Moines, IA 50309 Phone: 800-845-5920 FAX: NA Web:… See more
The Owl Mag
Photo courtesy of Anna Jones Photography Let's take a moment to reflect... It"s 1994, and prior to May of that year many events, both tragic and jubilant, occurred throughout the world of music. Green Day releases their breakout album Dookie, Kurt Cobain commits suicide leaving thousands of fans distraught and searching for answers, and the legendary Fillmor… See more
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Split and share season tickets

Season Share is a fun and easy app to split and share season tickets with your friends and other sports fans. We offer a simple, streamlined solution for sports fans to split both new and existing ticket plans.

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Front Office Sports
Aaron Holland and his Season Share co-founders, Jon Rappaport and Robert Beadle, knew there was an opportunity for technology to disrupt the season ticket market. Now, Season Share launches its first team partnership with the San Francisco 49ers, an organization that believed in the platform so much its investment arm, 49ers Enterprises, helped seed the tech… See more
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