Myspace update adds gig ticket sales

logo-myspace.gifIn a post that we could just have easily titled “You Should Have Been Doing That Years Ago“, Myspace have today moved into the live music sphere, allowing artists using the site to sell tickets to events and shows on their profile pages.

Alongside the ticket selling tools, the new platform also includes a calendar which you can use to track your favourite artists’ tours, shows and release dates, as well as keeping up to date with what your friends are planning to attend too.

Myspace’s current database already has 1 million-odd shows listed, so there are plenty of opportunities to try out the platform as well as getting out there and exploring new music.

It’s about time Myspace started shaking up their service, as the latest stats show their user numbers have dropped significantly.

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By Gerald Lynch | April 15th, 2010





Gerald LynchMyspace update adds gig ticket sales