By Pare Booking, LLC
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Pare is the only app that lets any artist professionally connect with venues and manage every aspect of the booking process from the palm of their hand.
Pare features a clean, straightforward, and highly functional design that makes reaching out to new venues, booking shows, whether it’s a house show or stadium tour, as simple as possible. With just a few clicks you can reach out to new venues, view offers, submit counter-offers, sign contracts, manage your expenses, and get paid all in one place.
Created by musicians and music industry experts, Pare streamlines the booking process and increases the profitability and productivity of working artists.
What's New in Version 1.3.0
Introducing Venue Connect! Now you can connect with 7,000+ venues from around the country to plan your next tour.
Thanks for booking with Pare. Questions? Email email@example.com
Booking has never been easier!
As a musician I am always looking for new ways to connect with venues, and make the process of booking tours easier, and easier. Pare Booking feels like an all inclusive option for just that!
These Are ALL Fake Reviews
Cash grab. No features, cold-emailing venues is more effective, ironically.
Most of these 5-star reviews are from the people that run the company. I'm not kidding. Look at their usernames. Do your research.
Don't get scammed because you're desperate for shows, it's a bad hole to fall in.
To: Jimi Revolver advance deposits should be in a escrow account.
Jimi, since you apparently are a working musician I feel it is important to correct your misunderstandings of advance deposits. The advance deposit belongs to whoever paid the money (promoter) until the artist fully completes all of his contractual obligations = probably the end of your last encore of your agreed upon show. The promoters money should be held by an independent financial institution, like a bank with instructions as to how and when the money has been agreed to be distributed and specifically who is to receive payment. The purpose of paying a advance deposit is to demonstrate to the artist & management that the promoter has the ability is serious about hiring the artist, his date & venue and he has the money and wherewithal to cover all of the show related expenses.
There is no way the cash advance belongs to the artist until he fulfills his part of the agreement and contract. It is certainly not to pay for the artists band overhead and personal living expenses, that would be an allowance. A professional band should be making enough money (and can demand an advance deposit be paid) or have record company financial support to cover their normal business overhead & employees daily expenses and not consider living & working off of advance deposits that have not yet been earned. A few select acts (like Michael Jackson & AEG) where the promoter does help the act with advance are many normal occurrences that can happen that would prevent the act from doing the performance that he is to be paid for - like being a no show, canceled, missed or delayed flights, transportation & traffic problems, vehicle accidents, illnesses, death, too drunk or stoned or emotional to play, weather related causes for cancelation, faulty equipment, venue problems, loss of electricity or public utilities, bomb threats, illness outbreaks, noise or civic violations or arrested for illegal behavior, crowd control issues or violence, worker strikes and various acts of God or maybe the artist refuses to preform just because he does not feel like it or want to. During my 45 years of concert promoting I have had all of these situations happen to some degree. In many of these occurrences the artist is in violation of their contract performance agreement and are not entitled to be paid. Every contract should clearly spell out what situations of a canceled or a no show will the artist be paid or not. If the money is in an escrow account with instructions it eliminates arguments or disputes, guarantees all the money is there and keeps a bad situation from getting personal about who does or does not get paid & how much and why.
Hopefully this clears up your misunderstanding of who advance booking deposits belong to.