LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess MediaWire) — Live Nation has released its Live Nation App for iPhone and iPod touch, now available on the App Store for the U.S. and Canada.
With the Live Nation App, concert fans will have access to Live Nation North American concert listings, receive alerts on app-exclusive pre-sales and last minute tickets for favorite shows, purchase authentic tickets directly through the app, and browse set lists.
The app will also deliver concert photos and concert updates – and even let fans know what song is playing – at select Live Nation shows.
"Our first app for iPhone and iPod touch enables fans to access concert information and tickets at their fingertips," said Michael Rapino, Live Nation President and Chief Executive Officer according to the press release.
"This is another digital tool that enhances the live experience and makes it easier for fans to stay connected to their favorite artists in a mobile environment," Rapino continued.
With concert listings on iTunes powered by Live Nation, fans can connect to the Live Nation App directly from iTunes on their iPhone or iPod touch.
With the Live Nation 1.0 app, fans can:
Browse, search and discover concerts for favorite artists nearby
Keep track of favorite concerts, artists and venues
Get alerts on exclusive app pre-sales, on-sales and last minute tickets
Easily and quickly purchase authentic tickets
Check out nearly 200,000 set lists on the go
Check in with friends at concerts
View ticket info., seating charts and pictures/videos all in one place
At select Live Nation shows receive photos & videos, know when the artist is going on stage and what song the artist is playing*
*Initially, photos and 'now playing' features will be available at the following Live Nation venues: Irving Plaza New York, Gramercy New York, HOB Sunset (Hollywood), Wiltern Los Angeles, Palladium Los Angeles, HOB Boston, HOB Chicago, Fillmore San Francisco, Fillmore Miami (Gleason) and HOB Dallas.
The Live Nation App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or on iTunes.
— Crystal Lynn Huntoon