Take the first step to a packed house!
If you want to put butts in seats for your next gig, start by organizing 5 Things Audiences Want To Know About Your Next Comedy Show. This article includes tips, advice and a short video that will help you collect these basic details:
- How Much?
Keep this information handy. It will help you promote your next comedy show.
Watch this video to learn what audiences want to know about your next comedy show.
Who is performing?
Audiences like to know a little bit about the event performers. You can build a better connection with your audience by telling them what you like about the cast of comedians.
- List the cast in your calendar or notes.
- Connect with cast-mates on social media.
- Like, share and add a nice comment on their best video.
- Tell your audience why they’ll enjoy the cast of comedians.
Updating your phone with these basic details is the first step to building your network of professional comedy connections
What type of comedy?
People want to know about the type of comedy they will be watching. Start with a basic description.
- Stand-up Comedy
- Comedy Showcase
- Professional Comedy Club
- Open Mic Comedy Show
- House Party
Include an original description of the humor. Tell people why your comedy show is a funny event.
When is the show?
Give your friends, family and audience advanced notice of the event. They need to know what time to get there.
- Doors Open
If you want people to laugh at your wicked awesome jokes, you need to tell them when to show up for a good time.
Where is the comedy show?
Comedy shows are a great place to experience something together. To get everyone together for a good laugh, tell them the correct location of the event.
- Save the address in your phone
- Write the address in your notes
- Research the location.
- Think about jokes
To ensure a successful evening, find out where people can have dinner, enjoy drinks and come to your comedy show.
How Much Do Tickets Cost?
Set a clear expectation of the ticket price and any rules people have to follow.
- Ticket price
- Link to buy tickets
- Phone Number
- Event page
- Drink or item minimum
- Age restrictions
- Dress Code
Remind your friends, family and fans to tell the Box Office that they are coming to see you!
You’ve got this!
Now, you know how to organize the details for your next comedy show. You’re ready to start promoting and pack the house!
- Share a few posts that promote your cast-mates.
- Describe the comedy.
- Tell people the date and time of the comedy show.
- Post the venue address, including zip code.
- Include the price and a link to buy tickets.
Keeping this information organized in your smartphone makes it easy to provide what audiences want to know about your next comedy show.
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