• Darrel Hull

A New Way To Promote Live Music




After being closed for so long how do venue owners & live music organisers let fans know they are back in business and hosting gigs again? How can they reach a wider audience?


Using a business website to advertise gigs is a good idea, however, as a general rule you will only reach those who already know your establishment hosts live music.


As far as social media is concerned, there are so many pages & groups it can take hours to post on all, that is until Facebook intervenes, accusing you of Spamming, which has been known to happen. And let's not forget the hours of Tweeting that needs to be done.


For the music fans themselves it can be frustrating having to visit numerous sites & platforms to discover who is performing where, plus there are many who don't use Facebook or Twitter at all.


So, why not join The Fox, Shipley, Bradford & HEART Centre, Headingley, Leeds, promote your events on one platform.


A platform where people can view who is playing where & when at a single click whether they use social media or not.


Daz In The Hat's Live Music Directory


Affordable, Reliable & Easy To Use.

Plus.. Not For Profit, Charitable Organisations/Events can advertise for free!


What you get:

  • Your own page with logo or venue image plus location via Google Maps.

  • An easy to complete Gig List on Google Sheets linked to your page, to be managed by yourself at your own convenience.

  • Your own unique QR Code to include on flyers, posters, images, allowing easier access for music fans.

  • Events promoted on Daz In The Hat's podcast Hat Tracks, shared across social media & promoted in our monthly newsletter Out Of The Hat

***Plus - added extra: a 30 minute monthly podcast announcing who is playing when (including music from the artists)***


One-off events also welcome.



Find Out More: Daz In Hat's Live Music Directory







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