The global ticketing company See Tickets has announced its expansion throughout the U.S. with a new office in Nashville, Tennessee.

Chris Donohue, See Tickets’ Vice President of Business Strategy and Partnerships for North America, will open the Nashville office, spending his time assisting with growth and product development to help See Tickets expand across the U.S. and Canada. Previously, Donohue had worked at the video monetization platform and a record label, and was an Artist Manager for artists like Weezer and the All American Rejects. The Chief Executive Officer in North America, Boris Patronoff, said that the company is “fortunate” to have someone with Donohue’s experience opening the new office.

“In Nashville, Chris will build on our existing relationships and provide the right care to our clients,” Patronoff said in a release.

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See Tickets, which was founded more than 20 years, has a strong presence in both the U.S. and Europe. The business started to successfully grow in North America after opening an office in Los Angeles back in 2014. They have since started to offer tickets for major music festivals, venues, nightclubs, and attractions globally.

Last year, the company sold more than 20 million tickets, with thousands of clients across the U.S. and Europe including Americanafest, Gulf Coast Jam, and Countryfest. The See Tickets Global CEO, Rob Wilmhurst, explained in a press release that the U.S. “is doing great business and has found a rich seam in indie venues and festivals.”

Currently, there are 460 people under the See Tickets brand across the globe. For more information about See Tickets, visit their site.