Ticketmaster

At Ticketmaster, we strive to put fans first. Every day we're listening to your feedback and working to improve your experience before, during, and after events. In 2010, Ticketmaster and Live Nation merged to create Live Nation Entertainment. Now you have more options than ever to enjoy live events, and things are only getting better. We're making real changes and putting you first in everything we do. Here's just a taste of what we're up to... By providing industry leading tools and infrastructure to employees, Live Nation Entertainment's In-House Artist Project was created to help support and develop emerging artists under our own roof. Over the course of 6 months, 61 bands competed, with over 3,000 votes cast. This year, the last month of voting was so close that seven finalists were chosen. Those winning bands were Amphitrium, The Big Reveal, EMPRA, The Glombies, Guitars Have Ghosts, Tamara Laurel, and This Boys Fire. These bands represent Live Nation's international scope, with finalists hailing from California, Texas, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Switzerland. You can check out all participating bands (with music, websites, social media, photos, and videos) here. It all culminated in an epic battle-of-the-bands on April 7, 2013 at the House of Blues on the Sunset Strip in Hollywood. Highlights, video, and photos can be viewed here. Congratulations to Matt Agius and his fellow musicians in EMPRA, winner of the 2013 Live Nation Entertainment In-House Artist Project!
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
IAC (InterActiveCorp)
HQ
West Hollywood, US
Founded
1976
Ticketmaster was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in West Hollywood, US

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Ticketmaster has an office in West Hollywood
West Hollywood, US (HQ)
IAC Building 2 8800 Sunset Blvd

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Founding Date

1976
Ticketmaster is a subsidiary of IAC (InterActiveCorp)

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Watch out, Ticketmaster: SeatGeek spends $56 million on TopTix

SeatGeek is serious about defeating Ticketmaster.  The ticketing platform just spent $56 million on the ticketing tech company TopTix. SeatGeek paid for that acquisition by raising $57 million in its own Series D funding round. Before this round, SeatGeek had already raised over $100 million in …

Internal Ticketmaster emails show the company hacked into one of its rivals, lawsuit claims

Ticketing company Ticketmaster is being accused in a lawsuit of using information provided by a former employee of a rival company to hack into that rival's databases. Back in 2015, Songkick — another ticket-selling service — brought an antitrust case against Ticketmaster in…

StubHub and Ticketmaster 'acting like old-fashioned fences', says MP

Ticketing firms questioned by Commons committee investigating claims touts use underhand methods to obtain ticketsStubHub and Ticketmaster have been accused of acting like “old-fashioned fences” as MPs investigate websites that allow touts to make huge profits from illegal ticket sales.The ticketing…

With a new Costco partnership, Ticketmaster’s developer outreach hits the right notes

 Living in San Francisco for a few years, you learn a few things about the fall: First, the weather tends to be hotter and sunnier than the summer months. Second, you learn to avoid the area around the area around the Moscone Convention Center in late September and early October. That’s when the sof…

SeatGeek takes on Ticketmaster with primary ticketing platform that can be integrated into any app

SeatGeek is the latest ticketing company to spread its proverbial wings with the launch of a new primary ticketing platform for rights-holders. Founded in 2009, SeatGeek has hitherto served as a marketplace and aggregator for tickets sold elsewhere, and it recently opened up to let anyone resell the…
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