New App: All-You-Can-Attend Concerts for $25

How many times have you ever had to choose between concerts to go to simply because you couldn’t

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How many times have you ever had to choose between concerts to go to simply because you couldn’t afford going to all the ones you liked? Jukely offers a cost-effective solution: for a mere $25 a month — yes, that’s around the cost of one show — you can go to any and as many of their listed concerts as you want. Mind you, this does not include access to big name artists and festivals. Rather, they direct users to up-and-coming but professional artists who just have enough presence but need just a bit of that extra push to get the word out there. The app, conceived by co-designers of Kickstarter Bora Celik and Andrew Cornett, has a peculiar resemblance to the infamous dating app Tinder in the way it operates: it uses an algorithm to pinpoint your musical tastes, matches you up with others in your area with similar preferences, and then suggest the concerts you can all attend together. Their goal is to create a win-win situation for both parties, where listeners can attend concerts by artists that the listeners are uncertain about without having to drain their wallets, and where artists can access a quantitatively larger and qualitatively more varied audience while still being able to keep it one-hundred.

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