Consequence is tapping into Ticketmaster’s unmatched portfolio of shows and events. Now, music fans can browse upcoming concerts and festivals via Consequence’s “Live” section and within editorial articles before being redirected to Ticketmaster.com to complete their purchase.
As the preeminent independent live music publication, Consequence readers have grown up alongside the 15-year-old online magazine, evolving their tastes in music and live events making the partnership with Ticketmaster a perfect fit.
“As the most artist-friendly ticketing platform in the industry, we feature the broadest array of live music content from clubs to arenas, festivals to stadiums and everything in between,” says Dan Armstrong, EVP of Distributed Commerce at Ticketmaster. “In just a few clicks, Consequence readers can be on their way to see their favorite show or artist.”
“Consequence’s roots are based in live music, and our audience consists of avid concert and festival-goers,” says Alex Young, founder of Consequence. “Our new ‘Live’ portal offers an easy-to-navigate experience where music fans can find expertly curated information on upcoming concerts in their area, the latest news about their favorite music festivals, exclusive photo galleries, and more with this partnership, we’ve now integrated a simple ticket shopping experience.”
Consequence (formerly known as Consequence of Sound) is a digital publication featuring news, editorials, and reviews, covering the worlds of music, movies, television, and more. Established in 2007, Consequence is visited by more than 8.5 million unique visitors monthly and ranks among the most visited and engaged digital pop culture publications.
Consequence is based in New York, and is owned and operated by Consequence Media (https://consequencemedia.com)