I spent two weeks on the road opening for legendary metalheads, and in the process learned a ton about myself and touring on a professional level.
Tag: touring on a shoestring
Considering booking your own tour? This collection of articles will help provide you with the advice and resources you need to start booking better shows, get great audience turn out, and help you use your gigs to sell merch and music and build your fanbase. For more help, check out Soundfly’s free course, Touring on a Shoestring.
Planning your next cross-country tour? Here are 8 cities where you’re guaranteed a great, youthful, and excited audience, and a variety of spaces to boot.
When you’re on a national tour playing in new cities every night, you never know what you’re going to get. Here’s a list of the types of venues to expect.
Before you hit the road with your band this summer, consider some ways you can trim costs to maximize your takeaway profits. We can help.
From a t-shirt and jeans with a stencil type design to full stage costumes, masks, and wigs with branded graphics, here’s why your band’s visuals matter.
Indie touring musicians, take note: you can guarantee a better turnout, a better concert environment, and longer-lasting engagement with a house show.
Going on tour soon but don’t know how to get the word out? Here’s a list of amazing strategies to put your band on the map and make your travels count!
Dealing with an unruly or unexcited crowd? Here are our tips for how to engage, or reengage your audience from the stage.
Traveling with your instrument, whether it’s a backpack ukelele or Stradivarius violin, can be nerve-wracking. Here are some tips for protecting your gear.
Some handy tips for the touring musician as to how to keep healthy and energized on the road without sacrificing too much of your precious nightly earnings.