GiggedIn Is the New Sydney Service Giving You Unlimited Monthly Access to Live Gigs
It's like Spotify for live music.
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Even the most hardcore, band-lovin' Sydneysiders can’t afford tickets to every single gig. Until now, that is. Meet GiggedIn: the brand new service that, for one neat, monthly price, gives you access to unlimited shows in the city. Yep, it’s kind of like Spotify or Pandora, but for live music. You pay a single subscription for as many acts as your ears, eyes and dancing shoes can handle.
Here’s how it works. Every day at 12pm, GiggedIn drops all new gigs on its website — two days before they’re set to happen. If you’re keen to go, you just hit the RSVP button. Voila! You’re automatically on the guest list. Show up on the day, with your ID in hand and you’ll be straight in the door.
And we’re not talking just any old gigs, either. GiggedIn members get access to a slew of genuine talent — from triple j’s latest loved ones to international legends. Plus, every now and then, you’ll score entrance to festivals that have sold out already, as well as high-profile arena concerts. So far, GiggedIn has taken punters to Oxford Art Factory, Goodgod Small Club, Brighton Up Bar, The Vanguard, Newtown Social Club, The Metro and several other kicking venues about town.
Still not convinced that it’s your cup of tea? Well, find out without outlaying a cent, by signing up for seven glorious days for free. Your trial will only start after your first RSVP so that way, you’ll get to find out exactly what a GiggedIn membership feels like, while your wallet stays perfectly intact.
If your trial goes swimmingly, you can then sign up for as little as $35 a month. Concrete Playground readers get an even sweeter deal — if you enter the code FRIENDSOFCP you’ll actually get 30 percent off your first month (expires at the end of Jan 2016). And, should you not dig it, you can cancel anytime or even get a refund within 30 days. What’s the catch? There is none. You need never stay home with live YouTube shows again.
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Published on January 07, 2016 by Jasmine Crittenden