You know how vital it is to find portals and pages with all the information you require about the cultural offerings close to your area if you are one of those music enthusiasts who spends the entire week considering what band or event are you going to attend.
The issue is that today’s information is so distributed among numerous websites, music blogs, commercials, and social media platforms that it is quite challenging to make sure you have access to all the details about the performers that will perform in your city this weekend. You must have experienced the situation where, after selecting certain events that you weren’t very sure about, you discover, days later, that one of your favorite artists performed nearby and you were completely unaware of it.
That’s because the way artists and event promoters publicized their shows and events altered significantly as a result of the use of social networks. They no longer compete for a newspaper ad or advertise on the most listened-to radio show. They are happy to stick to posting stories to their official Instagram account and waiting for their friends to repost them and help spread the news.
Luckily, there are many APIs available on the market designed for obtaining data from the internet while looking for announcements of concerts and musical events. You can learn about all the musical events taking place in your city or all the concerts that a specific musician will be giving by conducting a quick search in one of those.
The first is a very user-friendly API that satisfies the fundamental requirements of everyone who wants to know the upcoming performances of a certain artist or the concerts planned within a sphere of influence. Music Gigs and Concerts Tracker API may provide information about a band’s upcoming dates as well as the venue’s capacity, ticket sales, and all necessary directions with just a simple search.
Additionally, many blogs or music pages utilize it to update their information on the most well-known artists because of how simple it is to integrate.
Depending on the number of searches to be conducted, Music Gigs and Concerts Tracker API offers many plans, with the ability to the use of the API.
The Songkick APITrack this API gives users access to a large live music database covering over 6 million upcoming and past concerts. The API returns data about upcoming and past events, and a user’s tracked events. Responses are JSON or XML.
Songkick also offers different forms of use, filtering searches for future events of an artist or that will happen somewhere, or past events, where you can have data on all the events in which an artist has already participated or how many times a band played in a specific city.
SeatGeek is a ticket search site that aggregates sports, concert, and theater ticket listings from Stubhub, ebay, TicketsNow, and many more. The site displays this information in addition to interactive seating charts to allow for easy assessment of ticket quality. The companyâ€™s Deal Score technology is used to identify which tickets for an event are the best bargains. It uses proprietary algorithms to forecast how ticket prices will move over time, enabling users to buy when prices are lowest. The SeatGeek API provides developers with access to the companyâ€™s dataset of live events. The RESTful API returns requests in JSON, JSONP, and XML and can provide detailed information on venue lat/lon, average ticket price, seating location, and more.
SeatGeek has a community portal that keeps a record of all support conversations and is a useful tool when looking to get questions answered. With the addition of the SeatGeek Partner Program a site can earn money every time a user from that site buys tickets. Each time a partner sends a referral to SeatGeek and they purchase a ticket, SeatGeek will pay their partner 50% of the revenue earned on that transaction. Currently users are averaging $11 per sale generated.
Discovery API is a service made available by Ticketmaster that allows customers to search through the various events listed in one of the most significant ticket machines in the entire globe. The Ticketmaster Resale API can search through a database of more than 230 thousand performances that are available in Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom. It also has access to the contents of numerous platforms, including Universe, FrontGate, and Ticketmaster. the United States, the United Kingdom, or Ireland.
Events from all sources are returned by default by the API, however you can narrow the search source by specifying the data source. For individuals who receive discounts from a specific ticket provider, this is incredibly helpful.