23 November 2021 | mphelps | Eventbrite US Blog
Music, especially live music, has the unique ability to quickly build connections amongst a roomful of strangers, who by the end of the night have created an entire community formed around knowing every single lyric to the closing number. As the demand for live events experiences a resurgence, music business owners have faced the incredible […]
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