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Oxynade organises summit… in a theme park

Oxynade, the Belgian white-label ticketing platform, is hosting the first eTaaS (eTicketing as a Service) summit this September, in the Phantasialand theme park in Brühl, Germany.

The summit will take place over 25–26 September 2018, and will feature a line-up of ten international ticketing business specialists, as well as guest speakers. Oxynade also provides meals, accommodation and access to the theme park.

“The setup of this summit is to inspire and create interaction between ticketing specialists”

CEO of Oxynade, Hans Nissens, comments: “The setup of this summit is to inspire and create interaction between ticketing specialists. We’ll be offering a broad range of speakers with real-life expertise to share their best practices and used cases. It will be a great networking opportunity for all ticketing experts.”

If you would like to go to the summit, click here and fill out the ‘free tickets’ form.

 


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FKP announces new Rolling Stone Park festival

Promoter FKP Scorpio and Germany’s Rolling Stone magazine have announced the launch of Rolling Stone Park, an indoor festival to debut in southern Germany next autumn.

The new festival – a sister event to the Baltic-coast Rolling Stone Weekender event, also jointly produced by FKP and Rolling Stone – will take place in Germany’s biggest theme park, Europa-Park in Rust, Baden-Württemberg, on 16 and 17 November 2018.

More than 30 rock/guitar artists will perform over weekend on four stages in Confertainment, the park’s convention centre. Like Rolling Stone Weekender, Plage Noire and FKP’s other festivals at the Weissenhäuser Strand holiday park – and festivals staged at Butlins in the UK – all guests will stay on site, with tickets (starting at €189) inclusive of accommodation, breakfast and parking.

“In 2009 we organised the Rolling Stone Weekender on the Baltic Sea together for the first time together,” comments FKP Scorpio managing director Folkert Koopmans. “Back then, we had to convince the audience of the concept of a combining rock’n’roll with a short holiday. Nowadays, the festival sells out well in advance.

“With Europa-Park we have found the perfect location to bridge this gap”

“Similar events are missing in the south of Germany, and with Europa-Park we have found the perfect location to bridge this gap.”

In addition to music, Rolling Stone Park will include lectures, a record/CD fair, a concert poster exhibition and more in a complementary fringe programme.

Volker Schadt, Rolling Stone head of marketing, adds: “With Rolling Stone as Germany’s leader in music media and the Rolling Stone Weekender a multiple award-winning indoor festival, we are excited to be able to continue building on our successful cooperation.”

 


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