About Us

Spencer Concert Systems

About the Concert Promoters Business: My staff and I have spent much time and effort putting our system together on how to become a concert promoter. We want a WIN/WIN relationship with you that will last many years. I want to help you be a big success and make your lives better.

Our philosophy is to always be there for you. We will answer your questions by e-mail, mail, phone, or even set up a personal one-on-one consultation in any city you would like! No matter how old you are, there is always time and time to do something you love. Becoming a concert promoter may be your destiny, so take control of your life and GO FOR IT!

You can position yourself into a new, financially lucrative and rewarding career in the music business as a successful concert promoter. You can set your work hours and decide which acts to book and which club, theatre, or arena to book the act into.

Experience Matters


Acts Hired


Years Promoting Concerts

"I have been very pleased with the entire Spencer Concert Systems staff. [After] ordering the Platinum Course two years ago, [I] still refer back to it almost every Concert I promote. I have done eight Concerts thus far and made money on six of them. Without the Spencer Concert Systems Course, I would never have learned how to do it right. I heartily endorse this Course."

Our Story

Hello, my name is Jack Spencer, and some years back, I decided to become a Concert Promoter. I was very young and didn’t know what I was doing. I started part-time and doing one show at a time… Learning, making mistakes, etc… Finally, in the early 2000s, I left my full-time job and took the plunge. Once you get going, you can too!

I had become a concert promoter because I got tired of not seeing the bands I liked live and in concert.

About the Concert Promoters Business: In the early days, there was no one to teach or show me what to do to be a Concert Promoter and book bands. We had to learn it on our own, on-the-job training. All I knew then was that I wanted to bring good bands to our city and make money doing it. Some were good, some I lost money on, but I learned the business the hard way. I was upset that no one could “show me how.”

So much has changed in the last ten years: all good news for concert promoters.

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