Apple has introduced creative concert discovery features on Apple Music and Apple Maps in a big attempt to connect music lovers with live concerts better. With this most recent advancement, Apple continues to boost the music experience for consumers everywhere. The company’s ongoing initiatives, led by a worldwide team of music industry professionals, have now expanded into live performances, giving users an even deeper, more immersive musical experience.
How music fans discover live shows is about to change thanks to Apple’s new concert discovery features. Users can now access over 40 new Guides on Apple Maps, each of which has been tenaciously handpicked by Apple Music editors. These directories highlight the best live music venues in some of the world’s busiest cultural centers. The currently available handpicked options span more than 10 destinations, from renowned symphony halls in Vienna to cutting-edge dance clubs in Brooklyn and Tokyo.
Additionally, the Apple Music Guides provide consumers an extra level of convenience by letting them browse upcoming concerts right from Maps. Shazam’s concert discovery module, one of a number of additions the app introduced last spring, has made this function possible. This invention uses concert data from Bandsintown, a portal that recommends events and artists worldwide.
Set Lists is another new feature that Apple Music has added. Fans may browse set lists and discover more information about the productions in this new area, which features a number of significant tours. Fans may now use Shazam’s concert discovery module to browse upcoming performances by musicians in their neighborhood for the first time in the app’s history. This makes it simpler for fans to stay up to date on the tours of their favorite musicians by offering a seamless integration of concert discovery into the listening experience.
The Apple Music Guides may be found at apple.co/MusicVenues and are available on Maps now. North American centers, including Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, and San Francisco are among the cities that are being highlighted. The list also includes important European cities like Berlin, London, Paris, and Vienna, as well as Mexico City in Latin America and Tokyo, Melbourne, and Sydney in Asia-Pacific.
The Set Lists for Apple Music will also be accessible starting today at apple.co/setlists. These new capabilities are set to improve the listening experience for music fans worldwide by bringing them closer to their favorite musicians and performances as Apple works to shrink the gap between digital music and live performances.