See below how we've helped hundreds of customers make more money from their events, sell more tickets and make their life easier.
Since its inception Eventcube have played an integral part of the festival’s development, continually evolving and building new features to help maximise sales and the entry process at the festival.
Lululemon wanted a more integrated and personalised approach to ticketing for their first ever European festival at one of London’s iconic Tobacco Docks. Eventcube helped them achieve this.
A fully branded experience for the world’s leading community of underground music fans. Eventcube enabled Boiler Room to run their first ever ticketed event.
Sub Club, the longest running underground dance club in the world, uses Eventcube for their ticketing, selling tickets on a fully branded platform.
Eventcube developed the Queen of Hoxton's fully integrated venue ticketing solution, giving them full control over their customer data. This improved sales across all events and simplified their door entry system.
Crack Magazine needed a ticketing solution that grew and evolved with their site to sell events, including their own Simple Things festival and various events around Bristol. Eventcube enabled this with a full site skin and bespoke ticket build.
Having used the larger, less malleable ticketing agents for all previous events TEDx were searching for a more customised and personal experience for the customers so they turned to Eventcube to facilitate their ticket sales.
Having partnered with Farm Festival for the past 3 years, Eventcube utilised it's Collectives network to push tickets through Crack Magazine and The Ran$om Note's stores, increasing their reach & audience.
The biggest celebration of underground house and techno at the historic Hatfield House. Eventcube integrated with Eastern Electrics for a full bespoke build with branding and dynamic adroll feeds.