Live shows make us feel good. They’re a time to hang with our friends, discover new artists or lose ourselves on a dance floor. We’re on a mission to bring all of this to more fans, more often – and that’s where you come in.

We’re looking for a Head of Venue & Promoter Partnerships to join our Content team and build relationships with the best venues and promoters in Nashville.

At DICE, you’ll be part of the company that’s redefining live entertainment. It's a place where you can be yourself, influence the culture, and create work that you’re proud of. 

About the role

We work with the best artists, promoters and venues in music and culture, like Avant Gardner in New York, Primavera Sound in Barcelona, and Pitchfork Festival in Paris. You’ll form relationships with leading venues and promoters in Nashville and Tennessee, helping them thrive with DICE.

You’ll be

  • Identifying, negotiating and closing partnerships with venues and promoters
  • Educating your network about DICE
  • Maintaining a pipeline of leads
  • Meeting sales goals
  • Reporting on sales performance
  • Working with other teams to make sure deals go smoothly
  • Communicating partner feedback to the company

You are

  • Passionate, humble and talented
  • A fan of music and culture
  • Actively responsible
  • Comfortable under pressure
  • Flexible in fast-changing environments
  • Charismatic and outgoing

You’ll need

  • 5 years experience in a ticketing sales role
  • Excellent sales and commercial know-how
  • Great presentation skills
  • Knowledge of Salesforce or similar sales tools
  • To travel to cities in Tennessee

About DICE

Our teams work from London, New York, Los Angeles, Barcelona, Paris and Milan. We’re building products that will revolutionise the industry for fans, artists and venues – and we’re growing fast. Read about our latest Series C funding and what’s next for DICE.

We know that having a variety of perspectives makes us a better company – it's why we strongly encourage members of underrepresented communities to apply. Find out how we're creating a more diverse, equitable and inclusive DICE

Our benefits

  • Unlimited vacation 
  • Private healthcare
  • 401k, FSA and HSA

Application process

Our process usually involves a quick chat on the phone, a portfolio review or task and a couple of interviews where you’ll meet the people you’ll work with. We’ll keep you fully informed along the way.

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