Brown Paper Tickets brings you a well-vetted gaggle of good people with event and entertainment insights and inspiration.
Amanda is our resident word nerd. Based in Seattle, she crafts copy, polishes content and maintains social media. She is also a travel and fiction writer, animal enthusiast, Murakami devotee and avid volunteer.
Artist, singer, audio engineer, tour manager, this music ally and resource raises the bar for the independent music industry and travels the globe supporting musicians, producers, promoters and others.
Caroline is in charge of all French content and outreach. A free electron, she travels between Seattle, NYC and Edinburgh when she's not helping events in France or Canada. A photographer and social justice advocate.
You will find Victor eating, exploring and dancing across NYC's five boroughs in search of his next passion. His interests include history and social justice. Let him take you on a walking tour and he'll talk your ear off.
Behind the walls of an industrial former glue factory in north Glasgow lies an unexpected surprise—an independent events space and art studio hub. Now in its sixth year, the non-profit community interest company maintains affordable work studios while occasionally leasing the rest of the building to event organizers. A risograph print maker, textile artist, sound […]Read More
Over its seven iterations, Solas Festival has morphed into a trans-generational gathering place focused on the arts and the sharing of creative ideas. Debs Hahn describes Solas as “a party, but what sets it aside … is the sharing of creative ideas, exploring them and creating a community for the weekend.”Read More
With more than two thousand performances at Fringe, landing the coveted five-star rave review from The Scotsman is like running 50 kilometers backwards. In short: extremely difficult. Read on for some pointers for attracting press to your performance.Read More