A longtime live music lover, Jason Mastrine has 14 years in the entertainment industry as a promoter, festival manager, artist manager, and ticketing professional. He currently serves as director of YarmonyGrass, a boutique festival in central Colorado and is part of the senior management team at Northwest String Summit. In 1998, Jason left his job as an environmental scientist to join Madison House and The String Cheese Incident in providing artists with the means to sell tickets, merchandise, and travel packages directly to their fans. After the band settled an antitrust lawsuit against Ticketmaster, he went on to create Dais, a successful boutique ticketing and consulting company acquired by Birmingham-based TicketBiscuit in early-2011. Jason now heads up Western U.S. business development for the private-label ticketing software company and splits his time between Colorado and Portland, Oregon, where he lives with his wife, Verity, and their three perfect little monsters, ages 8, 4, and 2.
10 NW 6th Ave
Portland OR 97209