How To Become A Concert Promoter

If you ever wanted to find a way to make a comfortable living working full or part time in the entertainment industry, then this will be the most important letter you will ever read.

Here's why:

Everyday Concert Promoters are making huge sums of money booking shows. And you want to know how they do it.

It's amazing. Top promoters are looked upon as celebrities in this business and some of them started with nothing but a dream.

If you ever wanted to enter into this lucrative career but just needed the right information to get started, or, if you've tried but failed and lost a lot of money in the process, stick around.

This book could change your life.

From the Desk of the author, Kevin Morrison
Saturday, February 19, 2011

Dear Potential Concert Promoter,

Let's be honest. Working in the concert promotion business does not require any educational background nor experience. Knowing music, understanding your market, having important contacts, intestinal fortitude and the financial resources, are the qualifications and charisma needed in promoting a concert.

As a booking agent, I always want to see my clients succeed because it usually means repeat business. It pains me to see a new promoter lose money because they didn't factor in a few key line item expenses. They didn't spend enough on advertising. Or, they tried to promote a show in less than two weeks. The list of mistakes one can make are endless. That's why I wrote this handbook.

Learn the concert promotion business in no time at all. Rock, Jazz, Hip Hop, R&B, Gospel - the music does not matter. Simply follow the steps from beginning to end and you'll be amazed how this book can help you score big.

So, What is a Concert Promoter?

A promoter is a person, company or organization which takes the full responsibility of presenting a live music event, festival or club night. The duties consist of renting the venue, paying for advertising, promotions, performers and their hotel & travel expenses, technicians, and other financial obligations.

Generally, if the show is successful, the promoter will end up with a percentage of the profits. This amount can vary from 100's of dollars to 100's of thousand dollars. Top concert promoters can earn over $1,000,000 a year but let's get back to reality. Even though this manual will work for just about any concert of any size, it's specifically designed for new promoters, looking to work their way to the top.

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