MissionTix Sells All Good Festival Tickets at Record Pace

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Baltimore-based ticketing service, MissionTix (http://www.MissionTix.com) is proud to announce record ticket sales for one of the mid-Atlantic’s largest music festivals, the 15th Annual All Good Music Festival. The All Good Music Festival and Campout, organized by Walther Productions, retained MissionTix as their premier ticketing service to provide marketing support for the festival and convenient ticketing options for concertgoers in an effort to increase attendance from the previous year.

With the festival now only a few weeks away, ticket sales are ahead of last year and expected to sell out in record time. Tickets to the four-day jam, reggae, bluegrass, funk and rock music festival are likely to be sold out on or before the weekend of July 4th.

The All Good Music Festival and Campout is a weekend-long event held annually in July. The 15th Annual Festival will be held July 14-17, 2011 on Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, W. Va.

Other venues that use MissionTix include the Recher Theater, Bourbon Street Baltimore, the Maryland State Fair, Ottobar, Baltimore School for the Arts and many others. Promoters including 24-7 Entertainment and Steez Promo also use MissionTix as their premier ticketing service.

MissionTix, a Baltimore-based online ticketing service, has catered to promoters, venues and festivals since 2001 offering lower service fees, marketing strategy and support, and personalized customer service. MissionTix services include: traditional paperless ticketing with access to our iPhone app and mobile website; assigned seating; box-office support; linked access to promote your event through your very own social media platforms; and in-house web design and marketing. For more information on MissionTix, visit http://www.missiontix.com, or find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/MissionTix.


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