Stage Plan For Management, Venues, Festivals and Schools

For those who need to give artists access to their plots. This is suited to management, venues, festivals and schools

For management

This is ideal uif you want to offer a more professional service to your artists. This gives you, the manager, admin rights so you can give your artists access to create their own plots (as well as remove access, such as when the contract is up)

For venues, festivals and schools

You can also use stage-plan to share your stage with the artists who are going to perform at your venue. You build your stage, setting the dimensions, Front Of House (FoH) speakers, monitors etc. After the gig, you can remove their access, clear the plot and share it with another artist.

What features do you get

  Pro service The musician who receives your stage plot
Do you/they need to create an account Yes No, they can only edit plots you give them access to
1 plot $4.99 a month No cost
5 plots $14.99 a month No cost
10 plots $19.99 a month No cost
20 plots $29.99 a month No cost
50 plots $49.99 a month No cost
Stages Stages are free with any purchase (create as many stages as you need) Set by venue
How often you pay Once a month It is free
How long does your plan last Until you cancel Until the venue removes access
Get a unique stage plan URL Yes No, only the venue/manager gets the unique URL
Create stages Yes No, only the venue/manager can create stages
Create a PDF Yes No, only the venue/manager can create PDFs
Provide access to musicians to edit their plots Yes No, only the venue/manager can provide/remove access to plots
Input lists Yes, with extra options to add backline microphones, and prevent musician from editing
Decided by the venue/manager if the artist has access
If I cancel, do I lose my plots? Not applicable If you put host gigs only at certain times of the year, you can cancel your subscription and your plots remain in your account. You can renew your subscription and continue with your plots you created

 

Getting started with pro service plots

 

Getting started video

 

An example of the PDF

PDF demo

 

How does the service for venues, festivals, schools and manager's work?

Venue accounts
 

Good question - let's break it down

  • As the venue or manager, you create a plot of your stage (if required), locking down equipment that the artist can't move (such as FoH speakers, monitors, drum risers etc)
  • If the venue has a back line that the performer needs to use, add it to the plot.
  • The venue or manager shares a link of the plot with the artist, and the artist adds their performers and equipment to the plot
  • Any changes the artist, makes is visible to the venue/manager
  • When the plot is no longer needed, the venue/manager can remove the sharing access
  • Repeat for other performers/artists

Keep plots for bands who keep coming back

You can keep plots for returning artists, giving and removing access as you need.

Venues can amend artist's plots with their sound engineer during sound check

On the day of the gig, bands and performers often need last minute changes. Your stage manager can load the artist's Stage Plan plot on their tablet and make those changes. Since you can also share the same plot with the sound engineer, the sound engineer can see the changes that are being made by the stage manager. For example, this could result in the stage manager updating the input list, which the sound engineer can then see and so ensures the correct input channels are being used in the desk.