Welcome to concert data heaven!
These can be used by anyone who wants to create a handy list of concert maps
for the area blog about. We tried to make it super-simple to use - just go to the page
and find the location you want. All feeds are geo-RSS encoded; none requires any
membership or login to access.
By default, each feed calculates a radius and future-days lookahead based on the density
of local events, then ranks them by organic popularity. You can customize all this by providing parameters -- contact us for details.
We also have contextual 'metafeeds' available which analyze the content on a given input page and pump out tour maps for all bands you mention on that page. You can see these in action on Guy Kawasaki's Alltop http://music.alltop.com - contact us for details on that too, as it's still in testing.
You can get a feed of the most-requested tickets here:
Here's the current output being generated by the top upcoming concerts list:
You'd be lost without us, right?
On each performer's tour map page, you will find their RSS feed, which is composed simply, like this:
Artist Query Link
This is the simplest but possibly the most powerful tool we've released yet.
With a simple "smart link", you can offer the live tour map of most any touring band.
If there are no upcoming shows, the grüvr map handles it gracefully and still presents useful info.
Here's an example mp3 search from our friends at skreemr.com
Here's an example map query URL forLady Gaga.
That's it! Of course you'd want to your link to look nice, like this:
Or you can use this nifty little button:
Puts a 'living' map of your favorite band's shows on your page. One click and your readers can get email alerts about gigs nearest to them. It's Flash-based, Cloudfront-hosted, and even works on myspace.