This post comes from our Inside Facebook series that aims to cover everything you could ever want to know about Facebook. This week we look at how to use Facebook to promote music, gigs and live venues.
Festival promotions can be complicated and hard to master. Here are some tips to help music festival promoters stand out from the crowd.
96.4 Eagle Radio is Surrey & Hampshire’s most listened to Commercial Radio Station. 146,000 people listen to Eagle Radio every week. Home of The Peter Gordon Breakfast Show and number one for traffic and travel at Breakfast and Drive. It is a high quality informative website which offers its readers everything they need to know about […]
Glasgow is a vibrant city with a legendary music scene that stretches across the whole spectrum from contemporary and classical to Celtic and Country. Its venues are equally varied and the city hosts an average 130 music events each week, more than any other Scottish city. It is a high quality informative website, which offers its readers everything […]
MEOKO know the importance of a unique, memorable and innovative event. Having held an extensive list of their own exciting and forward thinking events across the world for the past six years, MEOKO’s professional services come not only with experience and enthusiasm, but with an instinctive knowledge and passion for the entertainment industry that runs […]
The Festival Calendar is the number one Guide to Summer Music Festivals in the UK and across Europe. Stay tuned for the latest festival updates. Its mission is to bring the latest and best festivals for the upcoming year. It is a high quality informative website, which offers its readers everything they need to know about […]
The mission of AAJ is to serve jazz and improvised music from a global perspective by advancing musicians, facilitating education, and increasing public awareness of the players and their medium. Their unique position as the leading jazz Web site enables them to leverage information technology in order to organize and disseminate information, opinion, and music […]
UKHH is the original and the first internet site dedicated to UK Hip Hop music. The website has established excellent contacts with artists, record labels and forum members. With a long legacy and loyal following this site is a great site to add your music events as it has been a hub for hip hop […]
Rhythm Passport is the result of over a year and half’s worth of hard work, driven by a passion for world music. The intention was to build a community of people who are interested in music from around the world, whether it be a sit-down traditional Indian concert or a banging world beats club night. […]
London Evening Standard is a London Magazine where you will find everything related to best stories, features and reviews throughout the day. Furthermore, if you are searching for events and attractions such as Fashion or Art exhibitions you will find it here. Coverage: Local Unique users: 2,642,300 per month* Local uniques: 26,423 per month* Mobile App: No Website: http://www.standard.co.uk Twitter: @ESgoingout Sectors: Any Events […]
GuestList is a London based website. Specialised in music, from Reggae to DanceHall. Thanks to the continue support from a selection of the worlds biggest and best-known party & consumer brands, you can also find fashion, film, festivals, technology, comedy and travel related topics. Coverage: Global Unique users: 6,360 per month* Local uniques: 636 per month* Mobile App: No Website: http://guestlist.net/ […]
FasterLouder offers a uniquely Australian perspective on today’s ever-evolving global music scene, spotlighting the best emerging talent both locally and abroad. Coverage: National Unique users: 116,400 per month Local uniques: 1,164 per month Mobile App: No Website: http://www.fasterlouder.com.au/ Twitter: @FasterLouder Sectors: Conferences Tweets by @FasterLouder // *Figures are estimates based on evvnt internal research Are you the owner of this events publisher […]