Electric Daisy Festival blooms in New Jersey

May 28, 2012 by  

The Electric Daisy Festival was held in New Jersey for the first time on May 19, 2012. While the music was being played onstage, it was also being broadcast via the internet and radio, allowing the event to reach a very large audience.

While Electric Daisy generally had trance and dance acts, they were competing with Bamboozle, which had a large number of rock and hip-hop artists. Held at the Jersey Shore, Bamboozle took place over the same weekend as Electric Daisy and illustrates the sheer quantity of options available to festival-goers, as well as the competition which organizers must bear in mind.

Overall, the NJ 2012 Electric Daisy festival was a big success. Organizers of similar events need to sell a large amount of tickets and those who fail to do so will not be able to recover the costs of the event and make a profit. This is especially true if well-known and expensive musical acts are performing. If the event does not sell enough tickets, it is unlikely that it will be coming back in future years.

Due to this, it is essential that organizers do all that they can to increase public awareness about the event. One of the easiest ways to do this is to use printing services to make up posters, which could be put up in NJ towns like Secaucus. If consumers are interested in buying a ticket, they can simply go to the website listed on the posters. Many event organizers have reported that print campaigns have boosted their ticket sales.

Comments