Admittedly, as a band, it doesn’t sound very tempting to think of a live streaming concert and present yourself like that. The most important things are missing here: the atmosphere and the fans. But let’s take a closer look and see if it’s worth thinking about!
A live concert is the greatest for any band or musician. The atmosphere, the fans cheering, singing and dancing. Let alone the full show with fireworks and whatnot. New fans included! From A – Z you can enjoy the anticipation and the aftermath. Of course, the fee also beckons, be it a fixed amount or in the form of merch and ticket sales. On top of that, of course, the royalties from the PROs.
You can also get all of this at a live streaming event. Oh yes, you heard it correctly or, as in this case, read it!
Especially as a newcomer you should not miss this opportunity. The benefits are obvious:
- You can perform in your usual environment
- You can reach fans from all over the world and not just in one place
- You can also sell merch and tickets
- You’ll get more attention
- You can also get royalties from the PROs (fortunately they have evolved as well, admittedly out of necessity but hey doesn’t matter)
But how are you supposed to do that?
There are different ways, regardless of whether you already have a manager, management, agency or whether you are still fighting your way through on your own.
There are various providers who have specialized in raising your live streaming event like a real event. Because the marketing remains the same, whether streaming or on stage.
Even if you don’t choose a specialized provider (it always costs something), you can organize your event on one or more social media platforms. This means your event will take place on YouTube, Facebook, Twitch and Instagram!
Conversely, this means more viewers and potential new fans!
Of course you should behave just as professionally as on a real stage, but that doesn’t need to be explained to a professional like you. Because this is how you can draw the attention of managers, agencies, celebs, labels and more!
However, equipment is necessary such as one or more cameras and microphones. But everyone should already have this as a musician.
We hope this article has helped you a little and answered your questions. If you want more information or are looking for professional support, you know where to find us and how to reach us!