I'm fifteen and I plan on either being a concert promoter or something else along those lines when I'm older. I'm also considering something in cosmetology such as being a hair dresser or a make up artist. I don't have my mind completely set on anything yet, considering that I'm still young. But I wanted to know if anyone knew of any jobs that would help me get to know either of those areas better.
Any ideas? (:
Anything from sound engineer to a concert promoter.Anything that has to do with a job in the music industry to where you can meet artist and get an understanding of how things work.
I love music and im a teen. What types of music-related jobs are out there?. Any good ideas or creative ones?
A lot of people say that theres no money in it, but i just wanted to have a good job that paid good just to make rent and live off of. I'm not looking for a tremendous amount of money but i just want to be happy at my job and i love music so i thought i would enjoy it. Ive been looking into sales for stores such as sam ash and guitar center but i would like to know more of a range of opportunities to go for. Any answer would help....thanks.
What are some jobs associated with independent concert venues and within entertainment companies that put on events like Bonnaroo and Lollapalooza?
Please share anything you know. Duties of different positions, schooling or degrees required, anything like that. I'm a business student and I'd like to research more into the entertainment industry.
I am very interested in getting into concert/club promotions, it has been an interest of mine for some time and i wanted to know how to get an in on that sector of business, if anyone can steer me in the right path that would be great. Please no one word answers. Thanks
Like at a stadium what jobs will you actually talk to the celebrities thank you :) , is there like someone who shows them around?
Well i am only 16 in high school, but i am thinking about what careers i could do that deal with music when i am older.
i know a significant amount of stuff about music because i listen and read a lot every day.
just wondering what kinds of jobs there are and what would i have to do to get that occupation?
I work for a concert musician where my main job is to make phone calls to various halls, theaters, and auditoriums in order to book performances for him. On my resume I've listed "Personal Assistant" -- but would my responsibilities also fall under a "Publicist," "Assistant Manager," or "Promoter" title?
I plan on getting my degree in finance but i really want to get a job in the music industry and make a lot of money
What are those called? and how do you go about becoming one? does it require any college? or could i get a job just with a portfolio?
note: i don't want to get into this job because i think its glamorous or because i want to get into the music feild. i just love photography and have photographed many things, live bands just seem to be my favorite.
*please no negative comments*
So I'm going to graduate in 2 years from high school, I'm getting a job soon, and I alway's get birthday and christmas money.
A few years from now I'm hoping to take my best friend to a concert in another country, since I can't afford the tickets now, they will be having another concert in 2015, but it's in another country. That's not bad, except for the fact I don't know how much more thing's would cost. I'm thinking the concert will be in Austrailia or london and I just need to know how to plan ahead. Like how much will thing's cost and what not. Plus since its in another country, I want to stay there for a couple week's. Any ideas on how to plan ahead? Detailed questions are prefered. Also how to get backstage passes, if you know the answer, because we both love them.
I just recently got a job from a friend who promotes concerts and events in my town. I am new to promoting and would like to get better at it. What are good ways to "get the word out" and let everyone know about my event. This is a commission based job and would like to make some extra cash so please let me know.
One idea I already have is passing out flyers for the event but I would like some more ideas. Thanks.
What kind of people are behind the scenes? What kind of people would be able to interact directly with the singer/band? I'm talking about highly visual/choreographed concerts like Madonna or Brit or Minogue have, not little concerts with just someone on the piano or something. Thanks!
I was at warped tour, and standing there watching these bands and all these people involved with the tour inspired me. I want that to be my life. I want to be in the music business. Not necessarily being the performer, but like behind the scenes. Interviewing bands, organizing the show, being a band manager, publicist. But i dont know what to do or how to get started. Can anyone help?
Okay, If you've ever been to a concert I'm sure you've seen the people walking around with the camera's taking pictures of the bands and the crowd, they usually have V.I.P passes all that...
Well how could I get that particular job?
Now just in case your thinking I only want this job so I can meet famous people your wrong, I really love Photography.
And i don't want this job all my life...just as something to start with.
So please some helpful info would be much appreciated!
I can't play and instrument or sing but i want to work for a band or artist in some way. what jobs are there that i could get without being musically talented, like manager, etc?
I know you have to get a press credential from a publication or website,
but how do you do that?! someone help!
and if you could name one of the websites that would be way sweet.
I am a great music enthusiast! Music is my life! I play keyboard(piano) and guitar! But wanted to know, what are the other fields in music that i can pursue a career apart from being a musician?
Any info would be great!