15 September, 2016Print
Iron Maiden, Ringo Starr, Kesha and More Among the 100 Tours VIP Concert Experience Firm Future Beat Produces in 2016
Leading VIP ticketing and backstage concert experience company Future Beat has just signed its 100th tour of 2016, marking a new milestone for the independent company. In only four years, Future Beat has grown to produce far more tours than any of its competition by working directly with artists to let them control their own premium ticketing and meet & greet offerings. The firm offers fans access to stars in a wide range of genres, from luminaries in the hip-hip world such as Future, ASAP Rocky, 2 Chainz and Kendrick Lamar, veterans like Ringo Starr, Peter Frampton and Cheap Trick, metal icons Iron Maiden, Marilyn Manson, Megadeth, Rob Zombie, and Slayer and popular country performers including Dolly Parton, Hank Williams Jr. and Little Big Town (check out Future Beat here).
By working directly with both artists and fans, the Los Angeles-based Future Beat helps both navigate the shifting economics of the music industry. Music super fans enjoy front row seats and once-in-a-lifetime backstage experiences with their favorite musicians, while artists earn significant additional revenue on the road and regain control of their ticketing, ensuring the best seats go to fans, not scalpers.
Besides leading in volume, no competitor can match Future Beat's varied roster. Having grown from 6 tours in 2012 to 100 and counting this year, Future Beat works with musicians of all genres -- current pop chart-toppers to music veterans. Future Beat also represents celebrities outside the music world, including directors Kevin Smith and John Carpenter, and Maynard James Keenan (of Tool, on his autobiography book tour), to offer fans unforgettable experiences at their live events.
Future Beat's CEO David Berger has produced the VIP program for over 750 tours during his 12-year career. The company's co-founder Andrew Tenenbaum has two decades working with celebrity clients spanning Billy Crystal and Robin Williams to the estates of the Beatles/Apple Corps., Elvis Presley, Marvin Gaye and others.
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