Become a TeenTix Partner
We love our Partners - and we wouldn't be able to do what we do without them. TeenTix Partners know that the key to a community filled with civically engaged teens and young adults is to welcome them with open arms, honesty, and respect. TeenTix has two types of partnerships - Arts Partners, and Community Partners. Interested organizations should contact us for more information, or to begin the application process. Please be sure to read through the FAQ's.
Due to big, exciting upgrades to our Pass Program, we are not currently accepting applications for new Arts Partners. Please check back in 2019!
Click here to see our list of current Arts Partners.
Community Partners share our values and support our mission of making art accessible to young people. If you provide arts education, volunteer opportunities, teen leadership programs, camps, internships or jobs or volunteer opportunities, or super great youth-focused resources, a TeenTix Community Partnership might be just right for you! Click here to see our current list of Community Partners.
- Review the requirements as outlined below.
- Contact us to set up a meeting with TeenTix staff to talk to us about becoming a Community Partner! Community Partners need approval of TeenTix staff only - this partnership does not go to The New Guard for a vote.
- If approved, new Community Partners will enter into an official agreement with TeenTix. TeenTix staff will work directly with you to onboard your organization.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
I would like TeenTix's help in promoting a single event. Do you do that?
We generally do not promote one-off events at venues that are not at TeenTix partner organizations. Exception: if your organization is not a TeenTix Arts or Community Partner, but you are presenting at a venue or with an Partner that is one, we can most likely promote your event, provided it meets some basic criteria. Please contact us for more information.
If we want to offer TeenTix tickets, can't we just add a $5 ticket price to our ticketing site and call it "TeenTix"?
No! We think it's great that you want to welcome teens to your event, and, of course, your organization should offer whatever ticket prices you like, but you CAN NOT label your youth ticket "TeenTix" unless you have signed a formal agreement with us to become a TeenTix Arts or Community Partner organization. TeenTix is a trademarked brand that may not be used without permission.
I would like TeenTix's help promoting a non-professional arts event (such as a student musical at a high school). Do you do that?
Although we know that many of our members are involved in the arts, and we would love to be able to help you promote your work, we simply don't have the resources or space to help promote all of the events that would come our way if we started doing this. As we continue to improve our online presence, we may be able to add some functionality to our website wherein TeenTix members could submit and promote their own events.
I represent an organization or community outside of the Seattle/Tacoma areas that is interested in creating something similar to TeenTix. Can you help us get started?
Absolutely. We would be glad to talk to you about what we do and how we do it. We can also offer opportunities to partner with us in a more formal consulting and/or licensing arrangement. Please contact us for more information. Please do note that the TeenTix brand is proprietary, and any entity using it without authorization will be formally asked to stop doing so.