Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs

All the answers you've been looking for - well, On Next related ones at least.

On Next is the platform for the performing arts that connects artists with venues, and venues with artists. Present your work to relevant bookers and programmers, or get up to speed with the latest performers to compile your next season. Think of us as the best digital agent you've ever had.

Currently, only customers situated in EU member states are able to join On Next. We are aiming to launch in other parts of the world in the next couple of months. You can join our mailing list to know when we launch in new countries.

We are currently wrapping up all loose ends, and are on schedule to launch this fall. To get notified as soon as the exact launch date is announced, you can subscribe to our mailing list on the homepage.

All you need to use On Next is a computer and an internet connection. You can easily sign up for an account. On Next comes with a free 14-day trial. After these 14 days, you only need a credit card and - not unimportant - the content to fill your profile to continue using the platform.

On Next's user interface is currently available in English only. We do have plans to make the user interface multilingual in the next couple of months. However, you can publish your content in any language you prefer. You can choose your preferred languages for reading content as well.

Yes! A venue can both create sets and series. More details can be found on our Features page.

Try On Next free for 14 days, no credit card required. After your trial expires, you can choose a subscription plan that suits the size and stage of your business. All details can be found on our Pricing page.

On Next currently only accepts MasterCard, Visa and American Express for all subscriptions. In the future, more local payment platforms will be accepted as well.

All prices mentioned on our website are excluding applicable VAT. The amount of VAT depends on the country you are based in.

If you are a European business customer, you can have VAT deducted from your purchase. When subscribing to a new plan, you can enter your VAT number, after which VAT will be automatically deducted.

On Next is based in the Netherlands. Thus, NL-based businesses have to get their VAT refunded via the Dutch Tax Office.