Where is Ticketmaster Corporate office Headquarters

Ticketmaster Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 7060 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood, CA 90028
    United States
  • Phone Number: 213-480-3232
  • Fax Number: 213-386-1244
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 6678
  • Established: 1976
  • Founder: Albert Leffler, Peter Gadwa & Jerry Nelson
  • Key People: Michael Rapino, Jared Smith

Ticketmaster Headquarters Location & Directions

Ticketmaster Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Michael Rapino

CEO

Jared Smith

President of Ticketmaster North America

Mark Yovich

President of Ticketmaster International

Kip Levin

Executive VP of Product

About Ticketmaster, History and Headquarters Information

Ticketmaster was established back in 1976 by Peter Gadwa, Albert Leffler, Gordon Gunn III, Thomas Hart Jr., Dan Reeter, and Jerry Nelson. Before initiating computerized ticketing in 1982, they used to license computer programs and sell hardware for ticketing systems. It launched as a public corporation in 1996. Based in Phoenix, Arizona, USA, It was one of the first companies to distribute tickets over the internet after launching its website, www.ticketmaster.com in 1995. Ticketmaster acquired Front Line Management and was named Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. in 2008. This company got all the attention and limelight when in 2009 it sold one million paperless tickets. Ticketmaster broadened its focus and in 2010, shook hands with Live Nation to form Live Nation Entertainment; as a result of which it got quite famous among people as the global leader in live entertainment.

Ticketmaster is an American ticket distribution company. With its clients worldwide, it serves them by providing tickets for sporting events and music concerts. It has a partnership with the popular NHL, NFL, NBA, USTA, PGA Tours, and numerous MLB and MLS teams. Along with 12,000 clients worldwide and 6000 employees working for them, they sell more than 500 million tickets sold every year.

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  • Heather Sheets says:

    I bought tickets for an event and my plans changed so I sold them at a loss on their certified resale tickets. They sent me an email confirming they had sold. They said I would be paid after the event. I got an email that said we have deposited the money into your acct. on 9/20/22. My account has no deposits from Ticketmaster except the initial one for under $1.00 to confirm my bank account. Which was several months ago. I have tried to reach out to them via their live chat ( which is not live) only to be told the virtual assistant could not help me. I have emailed them many times and have only been told that they did deposit the $800.00. They suggested I contact my bank. My bank said to get a confirmation number for the deposit which they will not provide me with. All phone numbers listed for Ticketmaster are down. They have now told me not to email anymore as they have closed my case. I now am going to file a claim with small claims court. Beyond annoyed.

     
  • Judith I. Anderson says:

    I am a victim of TicketMaster’s very buggy software/technology not allowing me to select my own delivery method. This has been raised to the Georgia State Attorney General’s office, and the Atlanta ABC affiliate for over 5 million people to see. Hopefully you will hear from them because I doubt you will respond to me. I have been trying to get a refund for tickets to an Eagles concert in Atlanta that was held on March 4, 2022. I have been bounced back and forth from TM to TicketNetwork over 40 times. Emails only resulted in a form letter that DID NOT HELP. I am out over $1700.00 because of YOU. My tickets would not download to my system. You will be hearing from me in the future unless I get my refund. Judith I. Anderson, 337 Weatherstone Lane, Marietta, GA 30068. 678-697-2480.

     
  • Guest says:

    Lines are constantly busy. Cannot speak to a real person. Ticketmasters stole my money and won’t refund

     
  • Jacobs says:

    Ticketmaster Entertainment, Inc. in 2008. This company got all the attention and limelight when in 2009 it sold one million paperless tickets. Ticketmaster broadened its focus and in 2010, shook hands with Live Nation to form Live Nation Entertainment; as a result of which it got quite famous among

     
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