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Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Plug In With The Pavilion




Plug In With The Pavilion
Social media makes it easy for guests to connect with The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in several different ways. The Pavilion updates each of its social media accounts with information guests would like to know and posts they would enjoy seeing. These sites are easy to use, and can be conveniently downloaded to a phone or other smart device.
Below is a list of The Pavilion’s current social media accounts, how to download and/or follow the official accounts, and the benefits offered by each one. Add them by clicking the icon and stay connected!

Facebook

Like The Pavilion’s Facebook page for regular announcements including event information, ticket sales, photos and videos. Change the settings to receive notifications when the page posts something. Share posts or tag friends to make plans. The Facebook page gives guests an opportunity to connect with The Pavilion and other concertgoers in the comments and reviews.






Twitter
Consistent tweeting offers followers insight into new concert announcements, photos and videos at The Pavilion, and links that are one click away from purchasing tickets for an event. Follow @ThePavilion_TX on Twitter to see updates, and retweet and Favorite tweets to look back over on.







Instagram
Follow @ThePavilion_TX on Instagram for pictures and short videos from events. In addition, find pictures of event flyers and promotions so followers can keep up with the details before events. Tag The Pavilion in posts and they may be re-posted onto the official feed!









Snapchat
Add @ThePavilion_TX on Snapchat for regularly updated stories showing video and photo snaps of the day for up to 24 hours after the event. This is a good tool to utilize for anyone who missed out on the concert but still wants to see highlights and clips of the performance and some behind-the-scenes footage. Concertgoers may even see themselves in the story!


YouTube
Videos posted to The Pavilion’s YouTube page allow viewers to relive past performances, while also offering a glimpse into several other events. Both professional and amateur videos are uploaded here, so viewers will catch all kinds of clips at The Pavilion, including graduations, pre-concert events, fundraisers, tours, and more by subscribing.



Pinterest
Browse The Pavilion’s Pinterest boards for all kinds of crafty ideas! Follow the boards to find pinned costume ideas for the next costume contest/themed event, snacks suggested to pack in the family picnic on the hill, craft ideas to bring the fun of the show home, and much more. See specific boards for individual interests, including the fans, concert fashion, and The Woodlands living.





Blogger
Blogger is unique among most social media sites because of the depth of the content it provides. Read articles varying in topics from students who receive Pavilion scholarships, how to win free tickets, and where to eat around the venue. Subscribe and use this as a resource to discover things previously unknown about The Pavilion.







LinkedIn



LinkedIn provides the public with the professional profile of The Pavilion. Use this site to discover what is happening on the business side of being a nonprofit and a concert venue, as well as updates about employees and industry news. Follow the account for notices of when employment opportunities are made available.





The App
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion App is available on iOS and Android devices and can be downloaded from either the Apple App Store or Google Play for free. This app offers quick links to event details, a map of the facility and friend finder technology that allows patrons to physically connect at the venue.

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