1. Bandsintown Concerts
Bandsintown has all the features of your typical concert app, but we really like the Concert Cloud, so let’s start with that. This feature loads your tracked artists who have upcoming concerts around your location, while a slider control at the top dictates how many “recommended” artists you want to see, versus your already tracked artists. The more similar an artist is to your already tracked artists, the darker its color, so as you scroll the slider towards “recommended,” the cloud turns a lighter hue. This is probably the best show recommender we’ve seen on a single screen, although your mileage will vary as usual.
2. Qello Concerts by Stingray
Stream the world’s largest collection of on-demand full-length music performances, concert films, and music documentaries. Qello Concerts transforms your connected devices into the ultimate live music concert film experience. Give your favorite headliners a standing ovation from the best seat in the house anywhere, anytime!
3. Songkick Concerts
Songkick tracks your favorite bands so you never miss them live.
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Instantly create a personalized concert calendar based on your bands and your location by scanning your music library.
4. DICE: Events & Live Streams
DICE has the shows you want to go to, in real life and online. Spanning music, arts and culture, we have hundreds of choice events happening every day, but we’ll only recommend shows we know you’ll love.
5. SeatGeek Tickets – Concerts & Sports
SeatGeek Tickets – Concerts & Sports allows geeks to find seats at the latest sporting events or concerts by using the app to purchase tickets. SeatGeek tracks ticket listings from over 120 ticket re-sellers, including eBay, TicketsNow, and Ticket Exchange, and has an interactive venue map that allows you to easily select tickets throughout available sections from the event. The app also includes images from most venues that lets you view the field from the seats location. Take your seats, geeks!
6. StubHub: Event Tickets
StubHub is the world’s top destination for ticket buyers and resellers. Prices may be higher or lower than face value. Buy and sell event tickets on the world’s largest ticket marketplace. Over 10 million upcoming live sports events, concerts, theater shows, gigs and tours are available. StubHub recently ranked #1 in Newsweek’s America’s Best Customer Service 2019.
7. Digital Concert Hall
In the Digital Concert Hall, you always have the best seat in the house – 24 hours a day. Each season, more than 40 concerts are broadcast live which can also later be viewed in the concert archive. The archive already contains hundreds of recordings with all the great artists of classical music. There are also exciting documentaries and bonus films.
8. RA Guide
The world has thousands of good dancefloors. RA Guide helps you discover the great ones. Entirely personalised to your tastes and location, the RA Guide helps you find the world’s best parties. The app ensures you never miss a show from your favourite artist and allows you to buy tickets in seconds with Apple Pay.
9. Sessions: Live Music Streaming
Never miss your favorite artists in concert. Shows keeps you informed about where and when your favorite artists play in concert. It automatically imports all your iPod artists on first launch and makes it really easy to add more from your Last.fm or Facebook accounts.
10. BandMate: Concert Tipster
BandMate recommends live music events based on what you listen to. Find out when your favorite band is playing and, better yet, when your next favorite band is playing! BandMate also let’s you know when the bands you’ll like have upcoming releases, so you can keep your music collection fresh!