Houston Tribute Bands, in addition to being a gathering place for area tributes, also actively works to promote our bands. We do this through direct outreach to press, booking agents, and venues, and also through social media campaigns. We have 107 bands with more being added every week, so we need you to help your band by:
  1. Updating your Facebook About section with current contact information and a description of your band. You are the one that knows your band best & why someone would want to come out and see you, so tell them why. Because our time is limited, bands that have a well-written, compelling description will be chosen for promotions over ones that don’t.
  2. Adding your events to our calendar. We live and die by our calendar, so make sure your event is listed there, including your out-of-town shows. (The easiest way to get on our calendar is to add us a co-host to your event.)
  3. Recording a 10 seconds or less intro video for our Tonight In Houston series. We try to make these videos any day one of our tributes is playing, but always on Friday & Saturday. This is FREE ADVERTISING for your band, and these videos tend to be shared, so it’s a great way to get new fans. Submit your videos here: http://bit.ly/2XNXZxv
  4. Sending us your band news. Send your non-show related news, such as personnel changes, filling in for another tribute, being interviewed for a publication, etc. to info@houstontributebands.com and we’ll try to feature it.


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