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The Story of Your Event | Event Ticket Printing

The Story of Your Event

by ticketprinting on May 27, 2014

Do you remember your first concert?

I do. I was 16 and I saw REM. They had been my favorite band for a long time and this was at the height of their popularity. What an atmosphere – to be around that many people and to hear your favorite band playing so loud.

I still have the ticket. I’m not the most organised person so every once in a while, when I’m digging through my desk looking for something, I’ll see that ticket, or the many others I saved from the countless concerts I’ve been to, and that ticket will instantly bring back memories.

It’s powerful how a little piece of cardstock can hold that much emotional stock. But they do. That’s the power of a ticket.

Your event might not be as big as an arena concert, but it can still create powerful memories. The ticket itself is a big part of it. It’s a small token that will always serve as a reminder of the event. It might be tucked away in a wallet, a desk, or a box in the closet, but the guest will find it again someday, and they’ll instantly be brought back to that day. You’ll of course have the date and the pertinent event information. But you can also consider colours, designs, and images you want your guests to remember from your event. It’s all a part of the story you’re trying to tell.

I certainly don’t go to as many concerts as I did in my younger years, but those mementos from them are really important to me. I’ve seen my favorite bands in Europe and the US, and I try to keep something from every show. These little tickets are part of the narrative of my life.

How do you want your guests to remember your event? What story are you trying to tell?

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