BECOME A HOST TODAY

 

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Easy money

Hosts typically make between $8 and $30 per hour, depending on their space. We take care of all transactions and transfer your earnings to your bank account at the end of each month.

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Your space, your rules

You choose the time and price. Want to charge more on weekends? No problem! You are in full control of your space and you decide to approve or reject every booking request you get.

 

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Instruments are safe

All instruments in your space are insured up to $100.000 with every booking through Music Traveler. We care about your instruments and we want you to have full peace of mind when you host.

 
 

FAQ

Does Music Traveler charge a service fee?

Music Traveler takes a 10% fee from bookings that we facilitate.


May I offer a space without instruments?

Of course! Even if you have an empty space, someone would definitely be interested. Please be specific on what creative activities are suitable for the space in your description while listing.


Do I need approval from someone at Music Traveler before signing up?

It is an automatic part of the host sign-up process! Music Traveler always checks that hosts are genuine people before approving requests. We also want booking to be enjoyable for everyone in our community. We have a two-way street rating system. Hosts have the option to rate every completed user, while users have the opportunity to submit a rating along with comments.

I don't know what my instruments are called. What should I do?

We are happy to help! Please get in touch with us at support@musictraveler.com

Do I need insurance to become a host?

We’ve got your back! No additional insurance is needed. With every booking through Music Traveler, your instruments within that specific space are insured up to $100, 000. All other objects within the space are insured up to $2,000. See further insurance details here.

Can anyone be a host on Music Traveler?

Yes! As soon as you have a space to offer, you are most welcome to sign up as a host on Music Traveler.