Performances of live music are social events, so why shouldn’t the process of booking and scheduling them be social, as well? That’s the premise behind Rabbl, which describes itself as a “social booking platform for crowdsourcing concerts.” And Rabbl recently introduced a way for Facebook users to entice artists to perform in their cities or towns.
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines has already been recognized by analytics provider Socialbakers for its responsiveness to social media questions, and now, travelers can book tickets on the Netherlands’ flagship carrier via Facebook or Twitter.
European online, mobile, and social ticketing solutions provider Ticketscript introduced an application to allow music fans to buy tickets for music concerts via Facebook.
Just in time for the 2012 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, ticket aggregator TiqIQ launched a Facebook application that allows users to update and share whether or not they are attending events.
A fully integrated purchasing system that doesn’t require buyers to leave Facebook at all? That’s the ticket for Ticketfly.
Do you want to sell tickets for an event? Facebook’s native events feature can help you collect RSVPs, but you can add ticketing to the mix with Pamego.