The 20,000 Foot View
XXX prolonged decline of the recorded music business is a mirror opposite of the dynamic growth in the live music sector, which itself is just one part of a booming live event marketplace. In the age of content abundance, consumers increasingly value the scarcity of live experiences. Meanwhile social media and smartphones are becoming an integral part of the entire live experience, from discovery, through purchasing to the live event itself.
XXX report leverages the findings of a See Tickets partnered with Schlesinger Associates consumer survey. All data refers to US event goers.
XXX XXX of event goers rely on event advertising across all channels to discover upcoming eventsXXX of event goers turn to friends for live event recommendations, rising to XXX for males
Half of event goers turn straight to search to find out more about an event after they have first heard about XXX of event goers ask others if they want to go before they buy tickets, while, XXX act on impulse and buy XXX of event goers buy tickets from ticketing companies’ websitesThe average number of tickets bought is XXX with XXX and XXX the most common quantities bought per buyerEvent goers are split evenly into Urgent Seekers and Considered XXX of event goers print e-Tickets at home while XXX use e-Tickets on smartphonesOver half of physical ticket holders, however, keep tickets of events that they enjoyed as a memento for at least XXX XXX of live event goers use smartphones to take photos at events while XXX use them to take XXX of event goers do social posts or post photos when at events while XXX use social notifications to let people know they are attendingOnly XXX of event goers regularly buy merchandise at events, with just XXX doing so alwaysThe XXX that just buy occasionally represents a key opportunity to grow the number of regular XXX of event goers would buy merchandise if they could buy it when booking the ticket, rising to XXX for under XXX mentioned in this report: See Tickets, Facebook, Groupon