June 2019 Besides trying to land gigs at the best venues alongside the best bands, what else can you do to book better gigs? Glad you asked! Veteran FestivalNet member Tim Charron has some answers in a special video, below.
We have some of the greatest environmental laws in the world—but without enforcement, they’re just words on paper. Enter Earthjustice: a non-profit which believes the Earth needs a good lawyer. And, a free one! Learn more about their impressive track record, below.
Over the last six years, Tim has opened for national acts and estimates he's played in front of 150,000 people. Of course, it didn't start that way! He credits FestivalNet’s events database, search options and organizational tools with helping him grow his business. Listen to how Tim uses FestivalNet's tools to book better gigs:
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