The campaign sees emerging artists showcased and championed across Ticketmaster International territories via blogs, interviews, social media posts, videos and email marketing. It is proving to be a great success having launched in 29 markets across Europe and Australia – the UK blog has even hit 300,000+ page views a month.
Check out our round-up of the features we think are the best of 2018.
Ticketmaster interviews Kojey Radical
Ahead of his UK tour in November, London rapper Kojey Radical (pictured above) visited Ticketmaster HQ to talk about his upcoming live shows.
The Chats live at Camden Electric – Ticketmaster photo gallery
The Australian "Smoko" punk stars landed in London for the first time. Ticketmaster were on stage to capture the raucous live show.
Ticketmaster interviews Catherine McGrath
Emerging country singer Catherine McGrath talked to Ticketmaster about her tour in September and the growth in country music’s popularity.
Fickle Friends at Reading Festival 2018
Ticketmaster caught up with Natty and Sam of Brighton-based tropical pop band Fickle Friends backstage at this year’s Reading Festival.
TicketWeb interview with EO
TicketWeb caught up with future superstar EO to talk about his success with single German.
Ticketmaster at Reading Festival with Pale Waves
Ticketmaster blog met with Heather Baron-Gracie from Manchester’s Pale Waves to talk about debut album My Mind Makes Noises.
Various acts joined us in 2018 to film an exclusive Ticketmaster Session in our Imperial bar. Here are the best of the year!
TicketWeb is the UK’s leading independent music ticket platform. Every week we bring to you a brand new artist to discover. Here are our best Introducing articles of the year:
- Introducing: Grace Carter
- Introducing: Mahalia
- Introducing: Mallrat
- Introducing: Pearl Harts
- Introducing: War Girl
Read our full February update here.
Read our August update here.
Read our November update here.
To talk about featuring your artist in 2019 please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ticketmaster Artist Services were busy scribbling notes in panels, sprinting between venues for gigs and picking up the bar tabs.