WECC switches to Ticketfly

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The West End Cultural Centre has switched ticket agencies, deciding to work with Ticketfly and abandoning industry giant Ticketmaster on Monday.

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The West End Cultural Centre has switched ticket agencies, deciding to work with Ticketfly and abandoning industry giant Ticketmaster on Monday.

Ticketfly, a San Francisco-based ticket distributor that began in 2008, will help promote WECC events, a press release says, and provide a “stress-free ticket purchasing experience” for customers.

The Park Theatre, a similarly sized concert venue, sells tickets through Ticketfly. Most of Winnipeg’s larger venues, including the MTS Centre, the Centennial Concert Hall and the Club Regent Events Centre, continue to use Ticketmaster.

The first West End show sold under the Ticketfly banner is a concert with the New Meanies, Sebastian Owl and Blackriver Drifters, on April 2. Tickets will be available through a new website, wecc.ticketfly.com.

 

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