Find the gigs you always wanted to see

"Ever since mom told 12-year-old me that I absolutely could not go to see The Clash by myself I've had a mental list of bands I wanted to see live.

We all have a special bond with the music we grew up with -you know, when music was music- and now you can find those shows easily."
Toti, Promogogo co-founder

Here's mine, show me yours

For all of the above

Promogogo has built-in the most beautiful, and easy to use, campaign builder you’ve ever seen. All you need is a photo, some kind of media for mood, a sentence or two about the event, and of course a link to your ticket sales website. Put together these simple campaigns, that can be perfectly optimised for social media – share them right away, and watch your analytics.

Is it moving the needle?

If yes, good job. If no, try again.


We make great mobile websites. So great in fact, that for the past 7 years we've been running the one for Ticketmaster US, UK, Mexico, Australia, NZ, ...there are others.

We've sold a lot of tickets. In fact, just last year, over a billion (with a b) dollars worth of tickets passed through our system. At one point we were operating the fourth biggest mobile ecommerce site on the planet (before Alibaba came along!).

The interesting thing about ticket sales that they're actually not that interesting at all.

Sure, it can be stressful when you're the responsible for a tour that's just for some reason not picking up – but it's not that complicated.

The reason it seems complicated is mainly you don't have access to good enough data. Your information is fragmented across different channels and different stakeholders.

As soon as you've got all your ticket sales data in one place, it's much easier to stay in control