GigsGuide: discover the music you love, wherever you are.
Live music and travel are among the best things in life. GigsGuide was born with a simple goal: give serendipity a gentle push, and help music lovers get closer to the local music scene and find great concerts to attend wherever they go.
But as the Corona pandemic brought the world to a standstill , what good is a site helping you discover live music when you travel if you can’t go anywhere and all the gigs are cancelled?
We are not the kind of people that give up easily, though . And if we can’t help you go to the music, we’ll help the music come to you! GigsGuide has grown into one of the most complete directories of “online” live music events: we might be stuck at home, but we can still enjoy the joy of live music and “go” to amazing (livestreamed) gigs all over the world.
And as live events now slowly come back to our stages , GigsGuide is still the best place to find great gigs to attend in person or from the comfort of your couch.
We can’t wait for the time we can all get back out on the road and down in a mosh-pit again. Until then, enjoy the site, join us , follow your favourite artists to get notified when they go live, discover new ones to love , tell all your friends about us.Tell your friends about GigsGuidetransmissions from ground control
News, tips and other shenanigans from the GigsGuide blog
21 Dec 2021Other Ways To Travel For Music: Amazing Music Careers You Might Not Have Considered
GigsGuide is all about travelling for live music… But being in the audience is not the only way to do it. Guitar Tech turned writer Jenn shares some of her best tips!
1 Aug 2021A Brand New GigsGuide
Have you seen the new GigsGuide website? It’s prettier, faster and has everything you need to get back on the road and discover new amazing live music.
1 Apr 2021Nevermind Live Music, here comes Stripadvisor!
Live music and culture are for losers, so we are pivoting to something more lucrative. Join our NFT Auction today!
3 Mar 2021The Sun goes on strike!
What expects us at the end of the pandemic tunnel? Will the music and the culture we take for granted still be there? The time to act is now, before it’s too late.