This is where you can expect to catch some sneak-peeks of upcoming features, get a sense of what’s going on in the Pollstar engine room and maybe even ask one of our software developers a technical question or two.
The new Pollstar site has taken a long time and great deal of hard work to reach it’s full potential and we’re not finished yet. There is still plenty of work to be done and we have a wealth of ideas on how to make it absolutely indispensable for our professional audience, while still remaining a great source of concert information for everyone. We have literally dozens of features, ideas and improvements waiting in the wings and we will be introducing them as quickly as we can.
In preparation for the Pollstar Live! 2018 conference, we have been burning the midnight oil and making sweeping improvements to the user experience and overall design of the site. Due to popular demand, we’ve completely revamped the search feature, making it faster and easier to use than ever before and we’re paying particular attention to how the site performs on mobile devices.
Also, for the first time in Pollstar history, Tour Histories are now available for non-subscribers to purchase for $25. Many people use the information available at Pollstar to supplement their concert industry business, and now they will have one extra tool in their toolbox. Of course, Tour Histories only represent a fraction of the data available at Pollstar and our valued Pro-level subscribers will continue to enjoy all the benefits of a paid subscription, including a 50% discount on all Tour History purchases.
As always, customer feedback is invaluable, so please keep it coming! And maybe I’ll see some of you at Pollstar Live! 2018…
I’ve always found Pollstar to be my go-to website for new concert listings. As an avid concert fan and blogger, I enjoy reading when musical acts are coming to a city close by so I can pay attention to my local events. I find at times however it may take up to a week for new listings to appear on Pollstar from the date of the new artist makes a tour post public. I use a site called https://www.pre-sale-tickets.com to find if the event is appearing near me so I can keep up to date on presale tickets so I know what to include in my articles.