It takes serious dedication to go see live music in 2015.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve spent a disproportionate amount of time and energy scouring the interwebz for upcoming gigs in your locality, only to realize you’ve already missed the boat. That band who’s killer new record just dropped last week–that’s been on constant repeat on your Walkman–has already finished their encore, packed it in, and moved on to their next tour stop. Guess you’ll have the catch them the next time they come around…
Alright, come on. Cheer up.
Songkick has been helping devoted concert goers track their favorite artists and snag tickets to upcoming shows since 2007. The start-up was founded by a group of tech-minded music nerds in London’s so-called Silicon Roundabout. The company has quickly grown to become the second largest e-ticket vendor behind Ticketmaster. Using it’s expansive database of over 2,000,000 artists, Songkick automatically generates a feed of recommended gigs based on the artists on your device’s Spotify, and the ones you’ve liked on Facebook. Notifications are sent to you via email the moment tickets go on sale, so don’t wait!