Get Access To Entire Site of 50,000+ Designs, Documents & Templates

Start Downloading
  • Beautifully Designed, Easily Editable Templates to Get your Work Done Faster & Smarter.
  • Simply Browse, Search, Save & Download our Easy to use Templates.
  • All Pro Templates include Targeted original Header, Body Content.
  • Instant Download in Any File Format, File Size, Any Time, Any Where & Any Device
  • All in one Value for Money Template Library to Save Money & Time
  • Templates with Royalty Free Images, Fonts & Artworks

Avid fans of globally acclaimed artists are more than willing to spend money to see their favorite artists perform live. Ed Sheeran’s worldwide music tour which generated a whopping gross revenue of 432.4 million U.S. dollars is a proof to that. On average, a concert ticket costs 94.31 U.S. dollars during 2018. However, this concert ticket average price does not necessarily include additional costs—which varies according to the venue and seating type. VIP and general admission concert tickets have a great difference when it comes to the pricing.

How to Create a Concert Ticket in Microsoft Word?

Aside from extensive preparation on the part of the artists, organizers of such concerts should also pay attention to the ticket design to make it more compelling to the target market. We have ready-made concert ticket templates available, but if you want to create a DIY concert ticket, we have outlined a step-by-step guide to help you accomplish the task.

1. Launch Microsoft Word

Although Microsoft Word is a word processor and not an editing software, its multiple features will help you create a concert ticket easily. After launching the program, insert a rectangle to the blank page and set its size to 1.97" x 5.63" or whichever size you prefer. The shape will serve as your working space for your design.

2. Choose a Design Style

Decide what outcome would you want to see in your ticket design. Select the right design style that would best suit the nature of the event. For example, if the artist performs pop music, make use of pastel colors or neon. On the other hand, if it is a classical concert, add a touch of elegance to your design. Whatever music genre the artist performs and whatever graphic design you prefer, just let your creative minds work, and you’re good to go!

3. Type Necessary Details

Essential details that should be reflected on a concert ticket includes the name of the event, date, time, venue, seating assignment, and price. At the back portion of the concert ticket, write the terms and conditions to avoid misunderstandings. In addition, concert tickets should have a barcode or a ticket number printed on it for better crowd control and tracking purposes. Arrange the details in a way that it will appear well-proportioned. Make sure that everything is not cluttered on one side while the opposite side looks empty.

4. Personalize

Personalize your tickets by adding a photo of the band, artist, or music group on its design. You may also add an artwork, vector art, or logo. Doing so will not only make the concert ticket look unique, but it will also remind the bearer or the customer what the ticket is for without having to read the details again and again.

5. Keep It Simple

It’s fine when your ticket has negative spaces on it. You don’t have to fill it with graphic elements, or else it would look cluttered. Spaces on your concert ticket design will make it look neat, legible, and visually attractive. Moreover, you should see to it that all the details you entered are free from errors before the mass-production of your event tickets. You may also include an easy-to-tear-off ticket stub, wherein the first half goes to the organizers and the other half goes to the concert-goers.

More