Featured: Top 10 Concert Ticket Apps For Android - March 2016

Listening to your favorite acts on Spotify or Google Play Music is one thing, but there is nothing like being there and hearing them live. The buzz of the crowd, the booming of the speakers and the general atmosphere. If you are a regular gig-goer then it can be hard to keep up to date with all of the bands and acts that are currently playing. That said, there are a number of Android apps now available and designed to make it easier to buy tickets, arrange your schedule and generally make sure the only thing you have to do is turn up on time. Here are ten concert and ticket apps that are currently worth checking out.

Bandsintown Concerts

Starting off the list today is Bandsintown. This is an app which will keep you up to date on all the live music events that are heading your way. You can create a personalized calendar for the events you are interested in and the app will even try to suggest music events that you might be interested in, based on your preferences.

Songkick Concerts

Songkick is another app which looks to make sure you are kept informed on your favorite artist's touring schedule. Once the app is aware of the artists you are interested in, it will look to notify you when dates near you are announced or tickets become available. This app also seems to be making it easier for you to import your preferences over with support for Facebook, Spotify and Google Play Music included.

Ticketmaster Event Tickets

For anyone who does frequently book tickets for events, then Ticketmaster will need little introduction. This is a very established ticket purchasing service and this is their event tickets app. As such, you will find access to tickets to all upcoming events, both music-based and otherwise.

Live Nation At The Concert

Another option worth checking out is Live Nation At The Concert. Once again, this app will let you purchase tickets and keep you informed on all your favorite acts. However, it also comes with some additional features too, like support for Uber so you can book a car to get you to and from the event, or order food and drink while you are there.

Vivid Seats – Event Tickets

Another app which looks to offer ticketing for events is Vivid seats. This app lets you search through the listings and offers recommendations based on your prior searches and favorites. This is another app which not only offer music-based tickets, buy tickets for just about any event. So if you are looking for an all-event type app, this might be worth a try.

SeatGeek Event Tickets

SeatGeek is another all event ticket app, however this one looks to provide you with tickets when you can't find them anywhere else. Instead of selling tickets directly, it scours the internet for tickets that are available and rates them based on color so you can always get the best deal.

Goldstar 50% Off Event Tickets

Another app which looks to offer tickets at the best prices possible is Goldstar. So if you are someone who is looking for tickets but a great deal as well, then this might be an option worth checking out. You can also set up a hit list of acts you are interested in and then receive notifications when tickets at cheaper prices become available.

StubHub Music: Gig Tickets

Whether you are looking for tickets for a specific act or planning for your next festival attendance, then StubHub is another app which looks to make ticket finding easier. This app also lets you buy tickets in-app and will keep you informed on the availability of tickets to your favorite acts or festivals in the U.S., UK or Canada.

Vibe Tickets

Vibe tickets is yet another app where you can find tickets to live music events, however, it is also an app where you can sell your tickets too. This is a sort of marketplace app which focuses on live music events and lets you sync up with others who are trying to sell their tickets or looking to buy. Nice social element added to this one for those looking for a more social-focused app.

LiveList -Live Stream Concerts

While most of the apps on the list are designed to help you get to the event, closing out the list today is LiveList. This is an app which looks to give you the concert experience without actually leaving home. If your act is planning on live streaming a concert then this is the app which will help you stay in the loop about how and where to live stream the event. Not to mention, it has a ton of older concert footage available for you to check out while waiting for your next big event.

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