New staff news!

Due to continuous growth and new business opportunities, despite the current state of the world, we’ve decided to further strengthen our team and, by proxy, our clients’, too. The latest addition to the TicketSellers crew is Naomi Feld, our very own Client Success Assistant! Feld, joining us earlier this »

Our top 10 Brum venues

Since it's been a full week of being able to enjoy our favourite pubs and bars from the comfort of inside an actual building, what better way to celebrate than to let you know all of our favourite Birmingham venues? Bringing you a selection of city centre, Digbeth, Kings Heath »

Roadmap out of lockdown: Step 3

Today marks Step 3 in the government's roadmap out of lockdown - but what exactly does that mean? What can we do today that we couldn't yesterday? »

What's been happening in Liverpool?

As you may have heard, Liverpool played host to a number of pilot events over the early May bank holiday as part of the Events Research Programme (ERP), forming the government’s plan to safely get big crowds back this Summer. The programme’s findings will support the full reopening »

Boomtown throughout the years

Following the devastating news of Boomtown's second postponement, this time to 2022, now seems as good a time as any to reminisce over the good ol' days. Back when pandemics were an age-old tale and the prospect of coronavirus was non-existent. Ah, what we wouldn't give to go back... Dubbed »

No Music On A Dead Planet – Turn Up The Volume

Launched in the Summer of 2019, Music Declares Emergency is an independent group who believe in the power of music to encourage the mandatory cultural changes to create a greener, fairer, better future. Music Declare Emergency represents all areas of the music industry irrespective of genre, role, gender, race or »

Get to know: Mostly Jazz, Funk & Soul Festival

Set in the picturesque landscape of Moseley's private park in Birmingham, Mostly Jazz has been taking place every July since 2010 (and Moseley Folk & Arts Festival having ran since 2006), with the exception of 2020 (need I explain?). The event is a family friendly and inclusive festival, attracting all »

What's cooking this month?

So we're all feeling full of chocolate, booze and, probably, regret after a four-day weekend. We all know today's Easter Monday - but why, tho? And what else is going on this month for us to look forward to, for some post-bank-holiday clarity? 5th April: Easter Monday Taking place after »

Covid: what's changing?

With lockdown easing from today, I, for one, am very lost trying to figure out what I can do, with whom, and when - never mind considering when I can attend events! So, let’s run through the upcoming covid-related milestones, if not for your benefit, then definitely for mine. »

A day to reflect

As we pass the year anniversary of lockdown having started and the nation subsequently shutdown, it's important to reflect on the last year and it's happenings. On 23 March 2020 Boris Johnson outlined measures to stop the spread of Covid-19. Since then, the UK's official death toll has risen from »