We’re grateful to work with all of the partners below, more to follow, exciting times ahead.
2021 US PARTNERS
Formed at the onset of the COVID-19 shutdown, the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), now represents more than 3,000 venues, promoters, and festivals in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. NIVA, a 501(c)6, created and led the #SaveOurStages campaign, resulting in landmark legislation establishing the “Shuttered Venue Operators” Grant program to be administered by the Small Business Administration. NIVA’s mission is to preserve and nurture the ecosystem of independent live venues, promoters and festivals throughout the United States. The National Independent Venue Foundation (NIVF) was founded as a 501(c)3 to further this mission by also seeking to support a transparent, competitive marketplace serving a diverse and inclusive community of artists, fans, and industry workers. The NIVA Emergency Relief Fund directly supports the preservation of the independent live entertainment ecosystem that presents music, comedy, and the performing arts, helping these critical spaces survive through the Coronavirus pandemic. Individuals, foundations, businesses, and organizations that are interested in financially supporting NIVA, NIVF, or the NIVA Emergency Relief Fund should visit nivassoc.org/donate. NIVA is committed to equity in its support and advocacy for independent venues, and seeks to create and encourage opportunities for venues, promoters, and festivals owned, operated, and staffed by people of color, women, non-binary, LGBTQ+, veterans, and people with disabilities.
Founded more than 25 years ago, See Tickets is one of the leaders in the Global ticketing market, with a strong presence in Europe and the United States. See Tickets sold more than 20 million tickets in 2019 for 8,000 clients including the legendary Glastonbury Festival, Tomorrowland, The Troubadour, White Oak Music Hall, LA Pride Festival, AmericanaFest, Disco Donnie Presents, the Château de Versailles, CountryFest and the Pitchfork Music Festival. Currently 460 people are united under the See Tickets brand in Los Angeles, Nashville, London, Paris, Berlin, Amsterdam, Madrid and others around the world. The group is a subsidiary of Vivendi, the European Media group with a global reach in content, media and communication.
The novel 4K premium streaming and ticketing platform for low-latency, owner controlled content distribution directly from artist to global audience. Built on the patented Eluvio Content Fabric, all content is secured and distributed via blockchain contracts. The platform provides high quality, low latency streaming to AppleTV, Roku, mobile and browser platforms, minting non-fungible tokens (NFTs), and all digital merchandise for concerts.