The Ticket Explorer gives a great look at the macro stats & individual tickets, we wanted to give more specific insights into upcoming events and show the purchase flow for the end user.
To that avail, we are now sharing the Event List, which contains a variety of ticket shops to a number of upcoming GET-powered events.
A one-stop shop
This Event List is a curated list of several active ticket shops for GUTS Tickets events. It shows the straightforward purchasing process for everyday users of GET-powered events, and how easy it can (and should!) be to buy actual blockchain-registered NFT Tickets for a mainstream audience.
It serves to provide a clear pallet of how different types of events are ticketed using the protocol, while also pointing those interested towards upcoming instances of GET being used in the wild.
We will update the list moving forward, as events take place and new ones are made public.
Speaking of events…
As tends to be the case, several new events & clients have been onboarded over the past few weeks. We’ll go into two examples here.
New event: Hier Festival
One freshly announced event is Hier Festival, a big indoor show in the Rotterdam Ahoy (where a little show called the Eurovision Song Contest just took place) with some of the biggest Dutch artists around.
The tickets have gone on sale already, you can check out the ticket shop here. Of course you can also come across some of the thousands of sold tickets in the Ticket Explorer!
New venue: Panama
Nightclub Panama is a household name in the Amsterdam party scene. They have been around for decades, and have now begun to offer the organisations hosting events at the club the possibility to use GUTS Tickets for their ticketing efforts.
One such organiser has already taken them up — Cheeky Monday. You can find several GUTS-ticketed events on Panama’s website, let’s hope for more to come.
This might also be a moment to shout out the GUTS support team, who have been working hard and racking up positive reviews along the way. (Not an easy achievement in the slightest.) A continuous flow of happy end users goes a long way towards company succes and growth.
Those who follow the project closely may have come across little signs of life from future white-label integrators — a joyous byproduct of increased transparency.
As per usual these parties will be introduced in full when they are ready to do so in accordance to their own business and marketing strategies. Stay tuned.