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List Your Online Streaming Event On The UTR Gig Guide

List Your Online Streaming Event On The UTR Gig Guide

Chris Cudby / Image: Annabel Kean / Tuesday 24th March, 2020 12:27PM

To support Aotearoa's music community during rapidly changing times, as we enter four weeks of lockdown due to the coronavirus Covid-19 outbreak, we've set up a brand new Online section of the UTR Gig Guide right HERE, to help artists get word out about their upcoming streaming events in whatever form they take. Tickets can be added as usual as if it was a live event and customised ticketing tier options can be set up by organisers, eg. specific amounts for koha / donations, for sending ticket holders private streaming links, etc. Here's your quick and easy guide to list an online streaming show, please note we'll only be running listings for New Zealand music related events...

How to list your streaming event on the UTR Gig Guide:

1. Log in to UTR / set up a UTR account HERE

2. Once logged in, select 'Add Your Gig' at the top of the page

3. Fill in your gig details as if it was a live event, please include relevant links for your streaming event

4. In the Venue section: for Region select 'Online', and in the following box select 'Streaming Event'

5. Fill in your remaining info then select 'Add Your Gig' down the bottom of the page

6. On the following page you can upload your poster artwork (jpgs only / max 1.0MB), choose to Sell Tickets and / or Promote Gig

We can't wait to see and hear what everyone comes up with over the coming weeks!

There's no question these are tough times for live music in Aotearoa. We're asking readers (who have the resources to do so) to help us continue to bring you the best breaking music news, interviews, playlists and more, by purchasing items from of our stylish limited edition merch range, buying UTR gift vouchers for a friend or donating direct – head over HERE for more info.

I LOST MY GIG New Zealand are asking anyone whose work is connected with the music industry in any way, and have lost work because of COVID-19 to fill out a survey here, to get a greater understanding of how the current situation is affecting the different parts of the NZ music industry, and the New Zealand music sector as whole.


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