Brooklyn’s Avant Gardner looks to make ticketing transactions safer and easier by joining forces with the all-digital platform, DICE.
Renowned New York City music venue Avant Gardner is ramping back up after the loss of shows due to the pandemic and recently signed a digital ticketing partnership with DICE. During the multi-year deal, DICE will handle ticketing for all events at the esteemed venue and complex, including the Brooklyn Mirage, the Great Hall, and the Kings Hall. The agreement between the two makes Avant Gardner the largest venue in the United States to offer fans an all paperless ticketing experience.
Since finding their footing in the United States, DICE has proved to be a hit at five independent venues including Elsewhere, Saint Vitus, and Public Records in New York, Sound in Los Angeles, and Spybar in Chicago. The platform has previously handled all ticketing needs for shows and live streams of top-notch names in the music industry.
By teaming up with the state-of-the-art technology DICE offers, Avant Gardner is ensuring mobile tickets are locked in the buyer’s smartphone and not land in the hands of ill-intentioned scalpers. And in the case that fans find themselves needing to release ticket/s purchased, the platform’s ready to offer refunds to sold-out shows and waitlists as well for those highly desired ones.
Since Avant Gardner was a leading club venue for total ticket sales in 2019, it makes sense for them to take the reins in this department and think ahead by looking out for fans’ security once events are back in full swing. And when live events get the green light, expect the indoor-outdoor complex with a unique setting in a retired 80,000-square-foot-steel manufacturing mill to come back and claim the title for being a leader in ticket sales and hosting globally acclaimed artists.