During December, Bergen Live is piloting Preoday’s digital ordering service to enable customers to pre-order food and drink packages before a series of five events.
Before each concert, Bergen Live is inviting ticketholders to attend a special social event at the venue. Attendees are able to order food and beverages in advance through the Bergen Live app, provided by Preoday and available through the App Store and Google Play, as well as the Ticketmaster Experience mobile app.
The first event to benefit from the new service will be an acoustic concert by popular Norwegian band Dellios on 4th December.
Snekkerbrakken provides facilities and seminars in a variety of formats, from wine tastings and wedding parties to meetings and conferences. The venue works as well for 20 as 150 participants.
Project coordinator for the pre-events in Snekkerbrakken, Kari Markhus at Bergen Live, says, “This is an exciting pilot project for us. Exploring the benefits of digital pre-ordering is a natural next step for us in our constant efforts to enhance our customers’ experience.”
Nick Hucker, CEO of Preoday adds, “We’re excited to support Bergen’s largest events promoter, and be kicking off with these innovative pre-concert socials. This will be the third Norwegian venue to launch with the Preoday/Ticketmaster solution. As concert-goers start to enjoy the convenience of ordering their drinks in advance, we look forward to expanding the applications of the service with Bergen Live next year.”
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