Enter Address, City & State, City & State or Zip Code
Find Resources within a mile radius

Getting the word out about your live shows to existing and new fans is key to grow your following. These websites allow you to post your shows and get listed on their sites which gets you exposure to new fans who can check you out, buy your music and merchandise. Most of these are free to post your show.

Qualified And Ranked Resources

Promote your concerts online

Bands in Town

Bands in Town lets consumers find out what shows are happening in their town. Consumers can import in artists from last.fm and Pandora profiles and they will create a custom concert cloud for all upcoming shows as well as recommend shows. You can also buy tickets for the show. Artists can upload their show information for free. 


Eventful allows you to post for free your live music listings for upcoming concerts. They also syndicate this info to 2000 other national and local event listings. Over 20 million people use their service each month to find local live music shows. A great way to gain exposure to new fans looking to see concerts in their city.


JamBase is the world's leading source of live music and concert information. Their convenient search engine at www.jambase.com includes tour dates from over 40,000 artists performing in over 50,000 venues around the globe. Established in 1998, JamBase has grown into a community of passionate live music fans over half a million strong. You can sign up your band for free so music fans can find where you are playing. This is a popular ap on iphones and locates where you are and lists all the concerts in your area. It is a great way for new fans to discover your shows. 


Songkick allows fans to track artists, venues, festivals and concert buddies. Can instantly track all artists in iTunes. They will email fans alerts on tracked artists and concerts your friends are going to. You can buy tickets as well. It's free for bands to post shows and fans to sign up. Make sure you shows are promoted on this.  They also have a spotify app that clues Spotify listeners when their favorite bands will be in town and hooks them up with ticket vendors. Those who use Songkick end up attending twice as many concerts a year after downloading the app as they did before. 5 million people use Songkick each month. 


Zvents.com allows you to post for free your show with a bio and link to your site. Music Fans using this service can find your show when they type in shows in their area. A great way to let new music fans find you. 


Location: Cambridge, MA
Timbre is an increasingly popular app that compiles all local shows (specifix to user location) for the app user to easily find.

Wolfgangs Vault

Wolfgangs Vault allows you to post for free your live music listing. Music fans can find your show when they type in concerts to see in their city.  A great way to get exposure to new music fans.

TiB Interactive Inc

Location: CT
Submit your upcoming concerts to tibconcerts.com and reach local concert fans online. Your concerts are automatically distributed to their network sites including large mainstream portals, niche sites, blogs, social media blogs. DIY concert promotion since 2001 with over 900,000 local fans every month. 


For 30 years, Pollstar have have been supplying in-depth information to every professional concert promoter, booking agent, artist manager, facility executive and every other entity involved in the live entertainment business.


Tourb.us is an app that works with a variety of criteria to present the user with an extensive list of shows and concerts going on in their area. 

Sonic Living

SonicLiving connects events and people all around the Internet, taking into account context, taste, social graph activity, and event type.


HearWhere is local live music search. With a world-wide database of live shows, and the ability to sample music