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Display or hide the "Buy Tickets" link/ icon on your gig widgets and Public Gig Website
Display or hide the "Buy Tickets" link/ icon on your gig widgets and Public Gig Website

When embedding a gig widget into your agency or artist's website, you can choose whether or not to include a link for purchasing tickets.

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In order to control whether or not a "Buy Tickets" link / icon appears next to your gig listings, you must first include or exclude a purchasing link in your booking. 

Starting from your Dashboard, go into the Booking Overview for one of your upcoming bookings. 

Scroll down to the Itinerary section and click on Add Tickets.

A drop-down card will appear with several fields in which you can enter information about the tickets for that gig like ticket price, sales and notes. In this case, we're mostly interested in the LINK TO TICKET SALES field. 

Simply enter the URL of the website on which you're selling tickets for the show. And if it's already sold out, click the SOLD OUT button at the bottom right of the section. 

Now click Update Booking at the bottom of the page, and the link will be saved in the overview. 

To see the result of adding a link, simply go to your drop-down menu and select ARTISTS.

Find the profile of the artist for whose gig you just added a ticket sales link, open the PUBLIC WEBPAGES / CALENDAR FEEDS card and click on Edit.

Now at the Artist Profile, scroll down and click on the PUBLIC WEBPAGES / CALENDAR FEEDS card. Select the Upcoming Gigs Wizard.

The pop-up window will appear. Go down to the CUSTOM EVENT PAGE URL and open the Upcoming Gigs page by clicking the button on the right.

This action displays the PUBLIC GIG WEBSITE where you can now see the Buy Tickets clickable icon has appeared next to the gig.


If you would like to exclude the Buy Tickets icon, simply leave the LINK TO TICKET SALES field empty when adding information to a particular booking. 

The show listings and icons, when displayed on a website as an embedded gig widget, will appear in the same manner as above.

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