Sell your concert tickets from YouTube
Available in the UK
The feature initially rolled out in North America and South-East Asia. Good news is that is it is now available in the UK!
Paul Everett, Head of Music at Eventbrite UK and Ireland says:
“YouTube is a fantastic addition to our growing list of global distribution partners,”
“This latest partnership represents an incredible opportunity for our independent organisers across the UK and Ireland, enabling them to integrate their events on our platform with their YouTube artist profiles, and to surface shows directly to the massive audience engaging with music there.”
The tickets feature is easily accessed by clicking on the ‘Tickets’ icon, which opens up a list of upcoming concerts, if available.
Artists are automatically opted in for this feature, for as long as they have eligible artists channels.
In order to be eligible for this feature, you must have:
- A YouTube Official Artist Channel
- A music attraction ID with the supporter ticketers (Eventbrite, AXS, Ticketmaster & SeeTickets)
- Upcoming concerts in any of the supported countries (see the list of eligible countries here)
One of the really cool things about this new feature is the metrics that are available. You will be able to see the revenue generated from the links you have promoted. You can access this via the ‘Concerts’ tab in YouTube Studio.
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Starstorm Digital was founded by award-winning music performer, producer, and digital designer, Kai.
Kai performs in a Japanese rock/metal band called Esprit D’Air, which achieved international acclaim, featuring in HuffPost, BBC Radio, Kerrang!, Louder & more. The company name was named after the band’s song, ‘Starstorm‘.