Vivaticket’s Australian division has announced the addition of three new venue clients.

Townsville Civic Theatre and Venues, Newcastle’s Civic Theatre, and Museums Victoria all went live in the past month with the Vivaticket ticketing, access control, marketing and CRM solutions.

The Newcastle Civic Theatre is a 1,520-seat venue that hosts musicals, plays, concerts and dance events and is the city’s oldest surviving theatre.

Museums Victoria is an organisation which operates three major state-owned museums in Melbourne, Victoria, the Melbourne Museum, the Immigration Museum and Scienceworks Museum. It also manages the Royal Exhibition Building and a storage facility in Melbourne’s City of Moreland.

The Townsville Civic Theatre offers performances in dance, music, opera, comedy and drama from major Australian companies.

In the coming months, Australian National Maritime Museum and Ten Days on the Island – a major cultural festival in Tasmania, will also go live with the solutions.

John Godwin, managing director of Vivaticket, said: “In the last twelve months, we have also welcomed the Whitehorse Centre, Frankston Arts Centre, Geelong Arts Centre, Red Stitch Actors Theatre, Burrinja (Cultural Centre), Theatre Royal Hobart, and Kingston Arts (Centre).”

The ticketing firm provides ticket solutions for the leisure, culture and tradeshow industries – and counts FC Barcelona and Musée du Louvre among its partners.

A Vivaticket client said: “The switch to the Vivaticket ticketing and CRM solution has been one of the best decisions we have ever made. The customer service is at the highest level it can possibly be… I feel there is a real investment in the work that they’re providing for us and actually care about how we are represented.”

Earlier this week, Movistar Arena Argentina in Buenos Aires implemented a new ticketing system via a partnership with Vivaticket.

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