Eventbrite just announced that they’ve raised another $50 million to continue on their path of offering event promoters choices in how they sell their tickets online. Here’s the news via NY Times…

, a start-up based in , got its start by offering to help any event organizer peddle tickets — whether it be for a yoga class or an indie comedy show.

Now the company is looking to tackle for bigger events — and it is getting a large boost of liquid confidence from investors who think it stands a chance at stealing business from , the industry giant.

On Wednesday, announced that it had raised $50 million in venture capital in a Series E round of financing. The influx of cash came from several firms and was led by Tiger Global. This round brings the amount of money has raised to a hefty $79.5 million

TechCrunch has a quite writeup of the announcement as well.


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