How Protest Concerts Shape The Music Industry & History Over Time

  1. Create your own flyers off of apps such as Canva which can easily adapt its shape for each social media platform. Create a style and logo that goes with your brand.
  2. Post your flyers on your owned social media channels and be sure to encourage your fans to wear a mask. Track the analytics of your social media posts.
  3. Be sure to offer a livestream for your event by either Instagram or Facebook, whichever your audience chooses to engage with your music the most. This method helps attract those watching to come out to the event and enjoy.
  4. Provide a post-event survey on which songs your fans would like to hear again. You can easily do this on your IG story & don’t forget to post their favorite songs to your music streaming platforms.
  5. Try to be consistent with your appearances and network with musicians or local venues to see if they’d like to sponsor your music or if you’d like to sponsor them.

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