Ticketmaster purchase Australia’s Moshtix

Ticketmaster have expanded their grip on ticket sales around the world with the purchase of one of Australia’s biggest ticketers.

Australian ticketing firm Moshtix is now owned by Live Nation and their subsidiary, ticketing giants Ticketmaster. The Australian company will continue to operate it’s own business run by Managing Director Harley Evans.

Moshtix formed in 2003 and works with operators and venues across Australia like Groovin’ The Moo, Oxford Art Factory, Supanova, and the Australian Turf Club. Director Harley Evans says: “Ticketmaster is undoubtedly the world leader in ticketing and is the ideal partner for us to take Moshtix to the next level.

“We are confident that together we can deliver an incredible combination of industry-leading ticketing technology and locally tailored services and marketing that will better serve the independent and general admission market.”

Maria O’Connor, managing director of Ticketmaster Australia and New Zealand, added: “Moshtix has a rich 15-year history and during this time have developed a reputation for being extremely hard-working and passionate about what they do.

“Their mission to ‘make life easy’ by delivering a seamless connection between partner, fan and the artist is shared

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