One the first page you can describe your event. Click on the Event type selection to choose Show. Give it a good title, add performing artists, venue details and more info to the Brief and General description sections. You may add some photos and videos to the General description. Don’t forget to edit your text with built-in tools. Once you’ve finished, click on the Next button to add some media files.
Upload a Cover image to your campaign. Make sure it is a high-quality image without any text or logos, you can see the requirements here. Down here, you can add a Promo video for your event by selecting the video from your device or by pasting a YouTube link. In the Tracks section, you can upload audio files to your event page. After, click Next.
Now, we are on the most important page - Funding and tickets. Here you can find the basic notions and explanations about the key aspects of this section. The First one is the budget. It is the expenses you need to cover to make the event happen. To confirm your event, you’ll need to raise this amount plus a 6% Show4me fee. (we call it a Confirmation point) Otherwise, your event will be refunded. If you don’t have any expenses to cover, put 20 as your budget, which is a minimum amount you need to raise to be able to make a payout. You can also select currency for your event, whether it is US dollars, Euros, or British pounds.
In the Tickets part, you can create up to ten ticket types and set the amount and price for each of them. Write a ticket type title (like: General Admission) and ticket type description (like: This ticket allows you to access the online stream.). Put the number of tickets for this ticket type and it’s price. To add another ticket type, press Add ticket. Here, you can see how much you will be able to raise in total and your profit in case of a sold-out.
Keep in mind that, as soon as the campaign reaches its Confirmation Point, the ticket price, for all ticket types, goes up by 40%. This feature allows you to push the ticket sales at the beginning of the promotion campaign.
Funding period is a timeframe needed to reach a Confirmation point (remember, the budget + a 6% fee). Once you reach the confirmation point and confirm your event, the funding period will not be relevant anymore and you can continue selling tickets till the event ends.
In the Date of the Event section, you can put an estimated date for your show (for example, October 2021). You will be able to set the exact date and time of the event, and inform your fans, once you request the Break even transfer.
If you have any Age restrictions, you may choose the minimum age of attendees, or leave it without any changes.
In the next section, you can add sponsors of your event. It can be your local radio, mass media, shop, bar, etc., meaning companies or people that can help you with your event. Add an image (like their logo), write their name, website, and description. You can add more sponsors by pressing Add sponsor. If you don’t have any sponsors, just skip this section.
On the last page, you can check the information about your event. If everything is correct, tick the checkbox and press Launch campaign. You can also press Save to draft to launch it later from the Manage section, or get back to the previous sections if you want to edit some information. Show4me Artist Relations team will check the campaign within 24 hours, so you will be notified and emailed once the event is live or declined.