Festival Ticketing

All in one ticketing for festivals

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Free Event Festival Ticketing Software

Our fully featured online box office is free for event organisers to use.

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Free Ticketing for Free Events

No charge to use any of the features for free events. If the event is free, so are we.

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Low Customer Booking Fees for Paid Events

For paid events there is a small charge for online bookings.

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Ticket Formats

Wristbands, printed thermal tickets, mobile tickets or SMS texts.

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Marketing Lists

Our smart data capture builds up your customer database for you.

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Telephone Booking

Let us take the pressure off by handling the customer ticket bookings over the phone.

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Reporting Tools

Check on sales, print off finance sheets and check on your customer database.

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Ticket Delivery

When customers order online or over phone, we'll send out their tickets for you.

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Ticket Scanning

Simplify entry management with one of our ticket scanning options.

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Why use TicketSource?

TicketSource was born in 2004 from a need for an efficient and easy to use event ticketing website. Whilst our goals haven't changed, TicketSource has moved with the times to become a cloud-based ticketing service suitable for gigs, concerts and festivals.

Our free to use features are designed to make ticket sales and entry management easy.

Low customer booking fees for paid events

For paid events, TicketSource’s online booking fees are among the lowest on the market, lower than all our major competitors. Registered charities also receive a further 0.5% discount.

7%* per paid ticket

with TicketSource payment processing

4.5%* per paid ticket

with Stripe payment processing

*VAT applies on booking fees

Need advice?
Contact us about pricing and services tailored for you: +443336664466

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