Spotify app is even more useful! Find out what it can offer you from live concerts

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta June 25, 2022
Updated 2022/06/25 at 8:57 AM

Spotify helped many users to overcome the long times of pandemic and forced isolation. With its streaming service, it gave access to a lot of music and podcasts that users listened to for many hours.

Now that normality is back, it’s time for concerts and festivals to resume. In this new scenario, Spotify wants to help users, with access to information about everything that goes on around them, when it comes to concerts.




Spotify and its mobile apps have been offering more and more to users. It is no longer just a music streaming service and is growing in areas that fit perfectly into its offer, as a reinforcement of what we can see and hear.

As a complementary information source, Spotify now has new feature which focuses on live concerts. This is an evolution of the well-known Concert Hub, and gives users access to shows and festivals that are about to happen close to users.

Just search the Spotify app for "Live Events" (works best with "live events") and a new category will appear. Upon entering, information about concerts and festivals that will take place near the user's location is displayed.

Each of these events can be accessed and the artists who will perform can be known, something that helps users. They can also have direct access to the songs, so they know what they are going to see at these live concerts or festivals.

This new Spotify mode also has some important extras that will be simple to take advantage of. First of all, it will be possible to buy tickets for these events in a simple and direct way. On the other hand, alerts can be created to notify you of news, either by email or by push notifications.

This is a novelty that is now accessible to all Spotify users, without needing a Premium account. This makes finding live concerts and festivals much simpler, without having to leave the preferred streaming service of most Internet users.

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