The Importance of Reminder/Confirmation Emails

Your friends are busy. Your friends are forgetful. Your friends don’t fully understand that not showing up is a big deal.

Guests who don’t warn you that they aren’t coming will cost the artist money, and create more work and snack expenses on your end. It is absolutely worth your time to check in with your invitees and make sure those RSVPs are solid.

Again, short emails are the best, and adding a single picture is a nice touch. Here’s what I send 2 days before every show.

Subject:     Confirmation: Next TenTen House Concert this Tuesday night!

Hello Tuesday Friends!

Please let me know if your plans have changed. Otherwise we’ll expect your smiling face at 6:30pm. Concert starts promptly at 7pm.

Fran Snyder
300 4th Avenue South,
St. Pete 33701

Entrance at corner of 3rd street and 4th avenue south.
Street parking available on both roads.
BUZZ Fran Snyder at entrance, pull door on right when you hear tone.
ELEVATOR is inside through the doors on the RIGHT.

Here’s the webflyer with the other details again. $10 donation, snacks, done by 8:30pm, etc.

It’ll be a fun night!


Fran Snyder
supporting “gigs where people listen”

Also recommended:

The Facebook Event Commitment Solution

Promote Your House Concerts with Webflyers in Short Emails

Author: Franman

Singer-songwriter, music entrepreneur, and founder of Listening Room Festival, ConcertsInYourHome, and Listening Room Network

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