Lee Brice knows the importance of connecting with his fans.
As one of country music’s top artists, Brice regularly performs shows for tens of thousands of people in a crowd. But Diamond Live helps him scale things back — letting Brice create life-long fan connections. Some members have come to his concerts several times, and Brice says that he considers his repeat attendees to be “good buddies” now.
In the latest Moments with Diamond segment, Diamond Resorts CEO Mike Flaskey sits down with Brice to talk about the highly successful Diamond Live concert series.
“The world is moving toward experiences,” says Flaskey, “What they really want is something that’s unique, that’s different, that money can’t necessarily buy.”
Diamond Live concerts are open exclusively to Diamond members and invited guests, providing attendees with unique opportunities to hear chart-topping artists in an intimate setting. Most concerts also include a meet and greet, letting members build personal relationships with the stars before the show.
That’s why Diamond Live events have members coming back for more — some members have said they’re even scheduling their vacations around going to a favorite singer’s concert.
This year, the Diamond Live event schedule included more than 75 concerts from artists including Brice, Dan + Shay, Colt Ford and Cole Swindell.
Although the year is coming to an end, members still have several opportunities to catch a Diamond Live show. Members will have a chance in December to meet Lauren Alaina, who recently competed on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.”
Watch the videos to learn more about what makes Diamond Live a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
Visit DiamondResorts.com to find out what #DiamondLive concerts and events are coming up next.