Apple Music has added a new tool allowing users to discover concerts quickly.
By Omotayo Olutekunbi
Apple Music provides the greatest listening experience for music enthusiasts worldwide, thanks partly to our global staff of experienced curators and lifelong music obsessives who make it a point to surface the songs and albums customers must hear.
Apple Music increased its live event curating efforts, providing new concert discovery capabilities on Apple Maps and Apple Music. These new features, when combined, highlight the pleasure of live music and provide additional opportunities for fans and artists to engage.
On Maps, more than 40 new Guides, each meticulously chosen by Apple Music editors, highlight the greatest places to see live music in some of the world’s most important cultural centers. From iconic Viennese symphony halls to cutting-edge techno clubs in Brooklyn and Tokyo, these hand-picked options — now cover over ten locations — provide everything music enthusiasts need for a fantastic night out.
Apple Music Guides also allow fans to browse upcoming shows at venues directly from Maps via Shazam’s concert discovery module, which is part of a suite of features introduced by Shazam last spring, leveraging concert information from the world-renowned event recommendation and artist discovery platform Bandsintown.
The brand-new Set Lists area on Apple Music sheds light on important tours, allowing fans to listen to set lists and learn about the productions. By unveiling Shazam’s concert discovery module, users can explore artists’ forthcoming events in their region for the first time on the app.
Apple Music Guides will be available on Maps starting today. In North America, featured cities include Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, and San Francisco; in Europe, Berlin, London, Paris, and Vienna; in Asia-Pacific, Tokyo, Melbourne, and Sydney; and Latin America, Mexico City.
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