Tech Stack: Attractions, Stagecoach Festival and more…

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Our weekly tech round-up from the world of ticketing and associated industries…

Staying connected

Connect&Go, a provider of integrated attractions management solutions and RFID technology, has extended its partnership with Super Aqua Club to provide its Konnect all-in-one management platform. The Quebec waterpark first partnered with Connect&Go in 2020 to utilise Konnect and the company’s connected RFID wearables. Guests can continue to set up profiles, purchase tickets and season passes, receive up-sell offers, reserve private cabanas and reload their RFID wristbands. 

Stagecoach streaming

Amazon is set to provide a livestream of the country music festival from Goldenvoice, Stagecoach. It will be the second year the festival will be streamed extensively, though it will be the first time Amazon is involved. Last year, Stagecoach live-streamed most of its main attractions on its own YouTube channel. Prior to this, Yahoo had exclusive rights to stream select sets from different artists. The festival will take place later this month, from April 28-30. 

Entering the world of Web3

Hong Kong-headquartered iShang Technology, which is the Web3 business arm of digital asset group Coinstreet, has launched a ‘Web3-as-a-Service’ platform that will provide the infrastructure and gateway for brands to enter the Web3 market. These businesses will do so through over 10 turnkey Web3 services and applications anchored on Decentralised Ledger Technology (DLT). 

Queue control

Silicon Valley-based VBO Tickets has been developing a queuing solution to help manage mass events. The company was founded in 2012, and has been focused on small and mid-sized venues, artists and events. It has also been working with theatres, museums, comedy clubs and music venues. VBO Tickets has also been managing one-off events and festivals with this queueing solution.