Ticketing Company Eventbrite To Triple Space In Cummins Station

eventbrite-logoSelf-service ticketing and registration platform Eventbrite is expanding its footprint in Nashville. The company will roll out a three-phase expansion of its current location in Nashville’s Cummins Stations, enlarging its current 4,500 rentable square feet of space to more than 17,000 square feet of space, MusicRow has confirmed.

The company has been adding to its team in Nashville, which includes more than 100 staffers.

“Since first opening our doors in Nashville two years ago, we’ve found Music City to be home to tremendous tech and support talent,” said Matt Rosenberg, Chief Revenue Officer at Eventbrite. “We look forward expanding our presence in Nashville and bringing on-board the great sales talent that the city has to offer.”

Eventbrite has processed more than $5 billion in gross ticket sales, and serves a broad range of customers including music festivals, marathons, conferences, art shows, sporting events, and food and drink events. In 2015, Eventbrite supported more than two million events in more than 180 countries, and processed more than 100 million tickets.

Eventbrite has offices in San Francisco, Nashville, Mendoza, Sao Paulo, Berlin, Melbourne, Dublin and London.

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