Sonic Bids gives you ten tips for making gigs with low turnout a success anyway.
Here’s a taster:
- Remember Why People Are There
“The best thing you can do,” advises James Collette of the Portland-based rock band Calisse, “is treat five people with the same value as 300. They’ll feel it, they’ll see it, and they’ll support it, as long as they enjoy what you do. They probably wouldn’t be there if they didn’t want to be, so show them that it is worth their time.”
NYC hip-hop artist Marvalous seconds this, noting crowds are typically smaller in the winter months, but that “it usually turns out to be a quality night, because people who brave the elements come out to have a good time.”
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