Ticket Quarter has secured ticketing services for a series of venues and events as it continues to expand its reputation as the leading North West box office and ticketing agency.
The organisation has been confirmed as the official ticketing partner for the Southport Flower Show’s 90th anniversary year which expects to welcome 70,000 visitors this year.
It has also won the contract to once again provide tickets for the Reminisce Festival, which takes place for the sixth time this September.
In addition, Ticket Quarter has secured a three year deal with Monopoly Events which organises a variety of exhibitions and entertainment events such as Comic Con Liverpool and For The Love of Wrestling – which both take place at Exhibition Centre Liverpool – as well as Comic Con Manchester.
Andy Kleek, of Monopoly Events, said: “At Monopoly Events we’ve been able to rapidly expand our business and range of events thanks to the scalability of Ticket Quarter’s platform and full range of services.
“We look forward to working with Ticket Quarter over the coming years.”
Henry Brown, head of Ticket Quarter, said: “2018 was a strong year for us, we achieved significant growth as result of our investment in our product and distribution strategies. We are pleased to have secured these latest key accounts.
“We invest in the events we partner with by providing a wide range of ticketing services for organisers and we are pleased to have secured a number of multi-year deals.
“These latest business wins join the variety of events which we are looking after once again this year including the return of the Liverpool International Music Festival and the Bordeaux Wine Festival, making us the leading box office for the Liverpool City Region and providing services throughout the North West.”
Ticket Quarter has now replaced the Echo Arena box office brand, with Ticket Quarter powering all ticketing services for the newly rebranded M&S Bank Arena Liverpool and Exhibition Centre Liverpool, as well as music, comedy, theatre and arts, family entertainment, exhibitions and sport for more than 200 venues and events across the North West including the Palm House, the Bombed Out Church and Aintree Racecourse.
The organisation provides support for event promoters and venues including online ticketing; contact centre and hotline; marketing and promotional support; customer service support and account management.