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post Dec 1 2015, 01:29 PM
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Hi guys! how are you doing?

yesterday i met with one friend to talk about how to organize a great concert like a G3 or specially for guitar players.

My question is if you in any moment of your life did something like that.

What are the different steps to organize a great show and people buy a ticket? some strategies?

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post Dec 1 2015, 04:02 PM
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That would be a really good idea!

The first thoughts that come to mind are to contact any kind of music store that is in contact with most of the musicians of your city and ask them to work together on the event. They can be the "sponsor" of the show, so they can help with some promotion in their locals and social networks and maybe some money to invest on it too.

Another cool idea is to make a guitar competition among new young guitarists to be part of the event. Let say taht you have the G3 guitarists, and opening the act a fourth guitarist that can be the winner of the competition. If you make a "vote" competition, all the friends of the participants will know about the event.



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post Dec 1 2015, 09:29 PM
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QUOTE (Gabriel Leopardi @ Dec 1 2015, 03:02 PM) *
That would be a really good idea!

The first thoughts that come to mind are to contact any kind of music store that is in contact with most of the musicians of your city and ask them to work together on the event. They can be the "sponsor" of the show, so they can help with some promotion in their locals and social networks and maybe some money to invest on it too.

Another cool idea is to make a guitar competition among new young guitarists to be part of the event. Let say taht you have the G3 guitarists, and opening the act a fourth guitarist that can be the winner of the competition. If you make a "vote" competition, all the friends of the participants will know about the event.


Great ideas Gabriel, as always my friend! i´ll work on it.


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post Dec 2 2015, 02:40 PM
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QUOTE (Osedmen @ Dec 1 2015, 05:29 PM) *
Great ideas Gabriel, as always my friend! i´ll work on it.



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