Support Your Independent Festivals, Take 2

Last week we brought you a little cheat sheet on how to support some of our favourite independent festivals; Shambala, Boomtown and Green Man. This week, we're back hot and heavier with another edition, this time sporting the likes of Shindig, Noisily, Tearout and Deer Shed. Read on, sweet saints. »

How to Support Your Favourite Independent Festivals

With the future of mass gatherings and events continuously in question, the livelihood of your favourite independent festivals is also in doubt. Independent organisers are, rightfully, worried, and the support of their fans, both past and future, has never been more necessary. The question remains, though: how can you support »

No Really, What's the Deal With Festival Tickets?

If you've been up to date with all things hip and trendy, you'll know that last week we let you in on some telling traits of festival vs. standard event tickets. Well, you're in luck, because we're back with a second rendition of everything festival tickets. On Sale TimelineWhereas club »

So, What's the Deal With Festival Tickets?

Recently, we spoke to some of our existing clients to get an idea of what we have been doing right and what their most pressing needs are in a time of COVID-19 and industry uncertainty. We have identified 6 areas in which festival ticketing differs from other types of event »

What Does A World Without the Festival Industry Look Like?

Another summer without feeling the euphoria that comes with walking through the entrance gates at a festival, the bass heavy in your chest and a sense of anticipatory wonder at the days to come. No waking up full of hangover and fighting it away with another beer, no laughing at »

Keeping the Community Fed

Last week, thousands across the country were devastated after the rejection of a Labour proposal to offer free meals throughout the school holidays until Easter 2021. Despite having the highest number of children utilising the Free School Meal provision during term time in the country (over 6,300 students), Northfield’ »

TicketSellers supports the Shield NHS Project

Now in the tenth week of isolation, our thoughts are very much glued to the idea of returning to the world that we once knew.  Our governments attempt to kick-start our economy back into life has left us feeling battered and confused at times but is there a glimmer of »

Cancelled/Postponed? We've Got You.

So, not to toot our own horn or anything, but you may have heard that we were quoted in a recent Stand Out article (toot-toot!).  Putting our infinite humbleness aside, the article surrounds our new refund process, outlining how this is helping to support event organisers and promoters amidst the »

Energy Revolution

We have had another great year working with Energy Revolution, encouraging events to be mindful of the emissions caused by people travelling to their events and looking to balance them with carbon offsetting donations. Events working with TicketSellers raised £13,897 in donations from 2019’s busy festival season, a »

Food banks NEED your help - read about The Giving Tree here

The last six months have been the busiest on record for food banks as the need for emergency parcels has soared to 23%, with 823,145 food parcels given to people in crisis between April and September 2019 (this is only based on food banks in the Trussell Trust Network »


In 2011, Croft Farm held a cider festival including some of the best local brews. After much thought it was decided to make it an annual event and 'Lakefest' was born in 2012. In 2016 they moved to the stunning Eastnor Castle Deer Park. Tickets are now on sale for »