See Tickets has been selected as primary ticket agent for new Manchester venue YES, which becomes the 50th in its portfolio of independent venues.
See already has long-standing relationships with independent venues across the country including Alexandra Palace, The Albert Hall Manchester, EartH, Lincoln Engine Shed, The Haunt, The Sugarmill, Omeara, The Leadmill, The Village Underground, Electric Ballroom and The Brudenell.
Martin Fitzgerald, Chief Commercial Officer at See Tickets said: “We have always championed independent venues and so we’re incredibly proud to have reached the milestone of having 50 venue partners.
“We put our success down to being completely bespoke in the services we offer, whether its white label ticketing, marketing, access control or web development. Our clients are fiercely committed to the venues they run and we see it as our job to get to know their challenges and do whatever we can to support them.”
Dan Monsell, Head of Programming at EartH said: “There are multiple challenges of opening a new multi-arts space in London and we've been delighted that our ticketing relationship and back-end solution with See for events is working brilliantly for event-goers and the event organisers, right from the off.
“The range and difference of events in the venue space is crucial to what the space is about. It’s such a relief See is able to work so well to facilitate the high-performance service needed for all of these.”
Michael Redpath, Head of Events and Marketing at Lincoln Engine Shed said: “We can genuinely say that working with See has made a tangible difference to our day to day operations. Having access to a dedicated account manager is very valuable to us, as is the marketing support for events and the hardware provided to ensure our events run smoothly.”
See Tickets’ wider UK music client list includes Glastonbury Festival, SJM Concerts, Universal Music Group, Kilimanjaro Live and Crosstown Concerts.