Category Archive: Development


Skiddle launch in-app event reviews

Swipe left, swipe right… It’s a format many dating app users are familiar with, but for the first time the feature has been applied to the live music industry, giving Skiddle users, an opportunity to review gigs, clubs and festivals. Introduced to improve transparency, promote good parties and weed out poor ones; music fans can rate the…

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Event stats get an upgrade

Since we launched our events guide, we’ve counted the exposure your event gets when it appears in our search results on, as well as direct hits to your event page. Earlier in the year, after reviewing feedback, we realised this confused some of you, who wanted a clearer way of seeing how many hits…

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Case Study: Gatecrasher Classical

Celebrated trance brand and nightclub Gatecrasher unleashed one of its most anticipated events in recent memory back in June – Gatecrasher Classical. As part of its 24th birthday celebrations, the new event will see an as yet unannounced 50 piece orchestra re-imagine some of ‘the lion’s’ most euphoric floorkillers, a format that fits completely with…

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Introducing Remind Me

Following on from the overwhelming successful of new features Waiting List, Re:Sell and Cool:Off we’re proud to introduce another exciting new feature that will help make the ticketing process easier for promoters.  Remind Me In order to get the most out of their on-sale announcements, promoters put in a lot of time and effort to…

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New feature ‘Waiting List’ already a success

Photo: Eric Prydz at Creamfields Credit: Anthony Mooney At the tail end of last year we launched an exciting new smarter ticketing innovation – Waiting List. The latest in a series of website developments aimed at making the ticketing experience as easy and stress free as possible whilst at the same time cutting out the secondary ticketing market,…

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Is mobile ticketing broken?

I read an interesting article this morning. According to research by DashTwo, 75% of music fans using ticket agents which included Live Nation and Ticketmaster to buy their tickets, start their transaction on their phone. As expected, this number has been steadily rising over the last few years, and 60-80% is around the norm now. But that’s…

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