Promote gigs on Pandora with Ticketmaster now on the music service

Find the latest gigs from favourite artists and music you’ve just discovered with Ticketmaster concerts now on Pandora as you stream.

Pandora want to make sure that music fans never miss out on gigs that the artists they’re loving and listening to are playing. Following last year’s partnership with Eventbrite, Pandora have teamed up with Ticketmaster to bring even more concerts to the music streaming service.

Pandora have integrated concerts from Ticketmaster into their artist promotional platform; Pandora AMP. They will pull touring data in from Ticketmaster in real-time so that fans can immediately be notified about new shows and when tickets go on sale based on the music they love and where they’re located.

Pandora say: “In our ongoing effort to provide a comprehensive and seamless artist marketing experience, Pandora has partnered with Ticketmaster to transform live event promotion.

“Listeners have already clicked on links to Ticketmasters events over 700,000 times thanks to this new integration, so now’s the perfect time to promote your concerts using our Promote Show tool and AMP’s suite of completely free and automated event tools.

“We hope you are as excited about this new partnership as we are!”

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