Spotify Live Events: How to Find Concerts Near You

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July 10, 2024

Spotify offers a Live Events Feed, formerly known as Concert Hub, to help fans discover concerts and live events of their favorite artists. It shows users events they might interested in and assists them make more informed decisions when buying tickets.

Spotify partnered with well-known ticketing companies like Ticketmaster, AXS, DICE, Eventbrite, See Tickets, and others. This means Spotify now has most of the world’s concerts listed on its platform, especially in key markets. You can easily find these concert listings on the Live Events Feed. Spotify also delivers personalized recommendations for upcoming shows based on users’ unique taste profiles.

Curious to discover if your favorite artists have upcoming performances? Here is the guidance on how to find concerts near you using Spotify Live Events Feed.


How to find concerts near you with Spotify

With Spotify Live Events, you can search for concerts nearby on either your computer or mobile device.

On your mobile devices

  1. Launch the Spotify mobile app on your device and tap Search at the bottom.
  2. Scroll down and tap Live Events under Browse All.
  3. The Live Events page will show the popular concerts near you with events Recommended for you on the top. Select an event and tap it to see the details.

  1. When you select a specific concert, you can explore the concert lineup, as well as access additional event particulars, a direct ticket purchasing link, and even receive music recommendations.
  2. If you are interested in any specific concert, tap the + Interested button to add it to your Interested list.
explore the concert

On your computer

  1. Go to the Spotify app or Spotify web player on your computer.
  2. Click Search on the left menu.
  3. Click Live Events under Browse All.
find live event spotify desktop app

  1. The Live Events page will show the events near you. Besides popular events and concerts recommended for you, you can also check out All events when you are using Spotify on your computer.
explore concerts

  1. Select a specific concert to see the event particulars and find tickets for the show. Spotify will also recommend more events you might like based on the concert you are looking at.
view specific concert

How to change your location for Spotify Live Events

If you’re interested in exploring concerts beyond your local area, you can effortlessly modify your location to any major city across the globe. This way, you can discover your favorite artist’s show while planning an upcoming journey, adding a distinct flair to your vacation.

To change your location within Spotify Live Events, follow these steps, which can be done either on your computer or mobile devices:

  1. On the Spotify Live Events page, tap on the location button, and a search bar(on the computer) or a search page(on mobile) will pop up.
change to another location

  1. Input the city name you want to change to and select the city in the drop-down menu.
choose another city

  1. Now you can see the concerts near your new location.
see the concerts near the new city

How to download songs from your favorite Spotify artists to MP3?

Spotify does provide a download feature, however, only Spotify Premium subscribers can download albums and playlists. You can only download podcasts with a free Spotify account. When downloading, keep in mind that Spotify does not support individual song downloads. Instead, you’ll need to add songs to a playlist and download the entire playlist. In addition, once you’ve downloaded content from Spotify, it can only be accessed through the Spotify app. Reinstalling the app may result in losing your downloads.

To download your Spotify songs without Premium, you can try an intelligent Spotify music downloader — Pazu Spotify Converter. It is specially designed for both Spotify Free and Premium users to download all Spotify songs/playlists/albums for offline listening. It can extract Spotify music and convert it to MP3, M4A, AIFF, WAV, FLAC, and AAC. With Pazu Spotify Music Converter, you can easily enjoy any Spotify Premium feature within a free account forever.

Key features of Pazu Spotify Converter:

  • Download Spotify songs, albums, playlists, and podcasts with either Spotify’s free or premium account.
  • Built-in Spotify web player, no Spotify app needed.
  • Download Spotify to MP3 in 320kbps.
  • Multiple output formats: MP3, M4A, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and AIFF.
  • Keep all ID3 tags.
  • Rename Spotify songs with titles, albums, artists, etc.
  • Archive downloaded songs by album or artist.
  • Multilingual interface.

Now, let’s learn how to use Pazu Spotify Music Converter to download and convert Spotify songs with a free subscription from the following tutorial.

1. Run Pazu Spotify Converter

Download, install, and run Pazu Spotify Converter on your Mac or Windows. Log in to your Spotify account with the built-in web player.

spotify converter

2. Choose the output format

Click the gear icon on the top right corner. Here you can select the output format (AUTO(M4A)/MP3/AAC/FLAC/WAV/AIFF), choose output audio quality, customize the output path, organize the output files in various ways, rename output files, and more.

spotify song format

3. Select Spotify music

Use the integrated Spotify web player to search the songs, albums, playlists,s or podcasts you want to download. Click the Add to List button to load all songs in the album or playlist, and uncheck the songs you don’t want to download if there are any.

select songs

4. Download and Convert Spotify Songs to Local

Click the Convert button to start downloading the Spotify songs to your local computer.

download songs  to local

Once the conversion is done, you can find your Spotify songs downloaded as local files by clicking the below folder button or directly going to the output folder you customized in the previous step.

Note: The free trial version of Pazu Spotify Converter enables you to convert the first three minutes of each song. You can remove the trial limitation by purchasing the full version.