Display Bandsintown Events On Your Page

In the age of the streaming service, it has become increasingly difficult for artists to make a living off of their passions. For many musicians, ticket and merchandise sales from live shows are the most reasonable way to generate revenue. When COVID rocked the live event community to its very core, people who were stuck inside their home had never craved the thrill of a live show more. As the world continues to open back up, the need for an app like BandsInTown has never been higher.

For many artists, BandsInTown is the very best way to spread the word about live events to targeted audiences. Whether it is your hometown, or a town that you have never been to, BandsInTown gives you an opportunity to market your event directly to people with similar interests in a given area. Concert goers sign up for the platform with only one intention: to discover concerts in and around their area. This is the core of why Business Insider called it one of the world’s greatest apps back in 2014.


With SET.Page, a user is able to display their upcoming concerts directly on to their page with the BandsInTown Events Section. Don’t make it difficult for viewers to find out where they can see you next – display it prominently on your home page. You can get started in a few easy steps.

  1. Generate your embed code from bands in town. Click here to learn how to do this.
  2. From your page builder, click to add a new section and select the BandsInTown module.
  3. Add your embed code to the modules field and click update.

Just like that, your fans will have an easier time finding your live show information. The BandsInTown events embed is an simplistic yet sophisticated way for you to further connect with your target audience.


We’re always happy to help with anything you might need to make your experience in the Artist Pages platform as easy as possible. Contact Us Today to speak with a support team member directly.

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