Our partners over at FanFair Alliance have today urged the government to crackdown on commercial ticket touting and “Rip Off’ resale sites such as Viagogo and Stubhub. Relaunching around a simple three-point plan, FanFair aim to end large-scale online ticket touting in the UK. Having supported them since their inception in 2016, it was fantastic […]
As festival season nears a close we thought we’d share some of our top tips for one of the last and biggest parties of the summer – Reading and Leeds. 2023 is yet another stacked multi-genre lineup with the likes of Billie Eilish, the 1975, Steve Lacey and many more taking to the stage. In […]
We went to the listening party for our partners Foo Fighters’ new album and it was amazing. Read all about it below.
It was reported this week that our friends over at Fanfair Alliance, a campaign group backed by Ed Sheeran, PJ Harvey and Arctic Monkeys, have warned that music fans will continue to face “rampant” ripoffs by touts on resale sites, after ministers rejected plans to clean up the sector. Since 2016, Fanfair have helped deliver […]
American indie band Wilco are playing a three-night residency at Reykjavik’s Eldborg Hall at Harpa. Twickets are the official resale partner.
Last week goth royalty The Cure announced a string of US tour dates for May, June and July. It’s their first tour across the pond in nearly 7 years, as they bring their “Shows of a Lost World” show to the US and Canada for 30 dates, with three nights apiece in New York City […]
On this weeks blog we discuss our favourite gigs of the week, an award nomination and more news at the Twickets HQ.
A very lucky Twickets user recently posted a viral video claiming he’d managed to bag himself a ticket to The 1975’s sought after show at Gorilla in Manchester on Twickets. As the groups official resale partner it’s always great to see people trading tickets in the right way. We reached out to him and has […]
The latest instalment of the Twickets weekly blog. This week we discuss Independent Venue Week 2023, and who you should go and see.
On this weeks blog we’ll be discussing a slightly more sinister, but equally pressing topic within the world of ticketing – scamming.