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I used to miss gigs constantly because I didn’t know about them till it was too late, but with Songkick I get notified as soon as a band in my music library has a new gig, and then I can click through the site to order tickets from multiple ticket vendors, which makes it so easy to do by phone when tickets become available. It’s also useful for keeping track of which shows you’ve going to and what you’re thinking of if tickets become available. Awesome app, has improved my live music life so much.
So I used to love this app...it showed me what concerts I was going to, made recommendations for other concerts I might enjoy based on my taste in music, allowed me to purchase concerts tickets directly and even put reminders on my calendar for when tix would be available to purchase! Now, with the new organization of the app, I don’t know what anything is doing. There is no longer a list showing what concerts I’m going to, there is no longer a recommendations tab and I’m so sad because I used to love this app and now I don’t even know what the purpose of having it on my phone is! Is it so I can scroll through a bunch of carousels of randomly organized crap? I honestly have no idea why I am being showed any of the stuff it is showing me...does it just pick random groups that I follow and then show me stuff that might be related, I’m not even being sarcastic, I really want to know what the info I am looking at is based on because it seems completely arbitrary! Anyway, this used to be my favorite app and now it’s just an amalgam of disorderly crap. I’m just going to use the website from now on. And I rated two stars because of the loss of functionality, taking away functionality or hiding it in some “basement” location that is impossible to find is ridiculous.
I used to love this app. It was my primary source to find concerts for the artists I love and had an amazing yet simple interface that made finding the info I needed easy. After they changed the ui however, it started randomly adding artists to my tracked artists. This isn’t after scanning my library either. I’d open the app and be inundated with info for artists I neither knew nor cared for who were also now being tracked. There are no options to fine tune or disable this and after a while I just stopped using Songkick altogether. It’s probably still worth using to find info quickly in a pinch, but with seeing loads of unknowns every time I open it I’d rather just google.
Hey! My name is Avery,and I love this app! It let’s you buy concert tickets straight from the app. It also lets me look for different tour dates. Being a huge Shawn Mendes fan, of course I wanted VIP tickets and looked as soon as I got the app and they were all sold out in my location. And I wanted to know we’re they weren’t sold out. So could you install an feature where I can see where VIP is still available? That would be excellent and i’m sure others would appreciate it as well! If not, i’ll just have to figure out where his hotel is but that’s hard enough as it is, because who knows where he could be staying. Thank you for reading this!
How do I make the list *ONLY* artists I want to see? I added many artists to my list, yet somehow there are a bunch of other artists showing in the “your shows” calendar. Some artists that show up randomly and unwanted I have no interest in seeing, others I have never heard of. I hand-selected my own list, and did not allow the app to sync with my music library so this makes no sense. It’s just cluttering my lists. Make it go away, and you’ll have a much better app. Make it so that EVERY show listing also has ticket prices and a quick link to get the full info for the venue (website, phone, & physical address) and you’ll have a 5-star app. Right now it’s hardly even a concert calendar.
Be the first to know about concerts. Never miss your favorite artists live.
Songkick makes it so easy to go to concerts. Track your favorite artists and we’ll notify you as soon as they announce tour
dates nearby, with everything you need to buy tickets. You’ll never miss another show!
Our free app lets you track artists in one tap, connecting with services like Apple Music, Spotify, Facebook and Deezer. We’ll build a personalized local concert guide just for you, so you can add shows to your plans and easily set reminders to buy tickets. Whether you’ve been to 1 concert or 100, Songkick makes live music infinitely easier for everyone.
• Instantly track your favorite artists with imports from your music library, Apple Music, Spotify and Facebook.
• Get concert and festival notifications for your favorite artists.
• Check out all the ticket options & prices for a show.
• Add concerts to your plans and set reminders to buy tickets.
• View comprehensive concert listings for every city in the world.
• Check out all upcoming tour dates for any artist.
• Discover new bands with concert recommendations based on your music tastes.
• Share concerts with friends and make plans together.
Some awards we’ve won: Cult of Mac Must-Have app, Billboard App of the Month, UK iTunes App of the Week.
Over 15 million music fans use Songkick across the globe to discover concerts and buy tickets! We’ll see you down the front.
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