Effects of Performance Schedules on Event Ticket Sales

Abstract :-
Event scheduling is one of many important decisions facing event marketers in the entertainment industry (i.e., how should multiple performances be scheduled across markets, across venues, and over time?). While there is ample research examining the issues of costs and constraints associated with such a decision, virtually no research exists to examine the impact of these decisions on consumer demand. Hence, the objective of this dissertation is to examine how consumers respond to event marketers’ scheduling decisions. First, a scheduling effect may arise from performances within a market. Continue reading Effects of Performance Schedules on Event Ticket Sales