On Friday afternoon, Twickets supporter and investor Marcus Russell (manager of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds) featured during Radcliffe and Maconie’s BBC 6 Music news item on the issues surrounding secondary ticketing. Russell suggested Twickets as a key solution to the problem, ‘We do recognise that some people who buy tickets simply can’t go to […]
Twickets has won first prize for “Most Effective Entertainment Campaign” at the prestigious Mobile Marketing Awards.
It’s been a busy few days at Twickets HQ. High profile acts Pixies, The Fratellis, Bear’s Den and Tom Chaplin have all moved to partner with Twickets in response to the ever-increasing issue of professional ticket touting. They join other well known names including Adele, Mumford & Sons, Catfish & The Bottlemen and Massive Attack […]
“Fans of Catfish and the Bottlemen vented their anger at the ticket resale company Viagogo after they were turned away from the band’s Wembley Arena gig…one of the UK’s most popular live bands, the Brit award-winning Catfish have taken a stand against secondary ticketing after finding tickets being listed at hugely inflated prices within seconds […]
Twickets investor Ian McAndrew, CEO and founder of Wildlife Entertainment, and You Me At Six singer Josh Franceschi both appeared in front of the Culture, Media & Sports Committee at the House Of Commons today to discuss the detrimental effect of ticket touting and ticket harvesting ‘bots’ on the entertainment industry. When asked if there […]
“Ticket agency Gigantic has teamed up with face value ticket resale platform Twickets as its official ticket resale partner. The new service is integrated into the Gigantic online platform, meaning it will automatically search for tickets via Twickets when an event is sold out. Customers are then offered a direct click through to Twickets when […]
Twickets are very pleased to announce that they have partnered with British pop sensation Olly Murs for his UK tour in March 2017. Olly follows in the footsteps of other household names including One Direction, Little Mix and Craig David by moving to protect his fans from ticket touts.
Music industry veterans Marcus Russell and Alec McKinlay (Ignition Management; Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Catfish and the Bottlemen) have invested in fan-to-fan ticket resale platform Twickets – as the fight against online ticket touts steps up a notch. To read the full article, please click here.