How to promote your tour on Twitter
2 min Best Practice
I am excited to announce the #DirtyComputer is going on Tour!!! Presales start this Wednesday at 10am local time. Every online ticket purchased includes a digital copy of my new album, #DirtyComputer. Out everywhere FRIDAY! pic.twitter.com/We2SzazuKq— Janelle Monáe, Cindi (@JanelleMonae) April 23, 2018
what songs do you guys wanna hear us play at coachella? 🏄♀️ 🏄♀️ 🏄♀️— HAIM (@HAIMtheband) March 4, 2018
Music is a language that knows no borders. But if you only use English (or any other native tongue) to promote your band’s work on Twitter, you’re leaving potential fans in the dark. Tweeting in multiple languages can help expand your reach, especially if you’re touring abroad, and introduce your work to new audiences.
Everything is packed and we are ready to hit the road!— Celine Dion (@celinedion) June 21, 2018
Can’t wait to see you on tour in few days! // Tout est emballé et nous sommes prêts à partir en tournée ! Nous avons très hâte de vous voir dans quelques jours ! – Team Céline #CelineDionLive2018
📸 @denisetruscello pic.twitter.com/D5uTZCSJog
Show fans that you’re listening to what they have to say by liking or responding to their reactions.