Tour dates on my Spotify artist page
Songkick tour dates automatically publish to your Spotify artist page - on desktop, web and in the iPhone and Android apps! Awesome, right?
Here's how it looks on desktop:
And in the iPhone and Android app:
How do I get my tour dates to appear on my Spotify artist page?
Spotify pulls in Songkick listings automatically. If you're not seeing tour dates on your artist page, let us know (with links to your artist pages on both Songkick and Spotify) and we should be able to match them together to enable the sync.
Which tour dates will appear on my artist page?
Spotify just rolled out a shiny new concerts tab on their desktop app which will feature all of an artist's listings that have been added to Songkick. So if you're viewing an artist page on Spotify, you'll now see all of the upcoming events no matter where they are!
Our listings on Spotify's mobile apps remain geotargeted, which means that fans accessing a Spotify artist page from either the iOS or Android app will only see a concert listed if it is taking place within 25 miles of their current location.
Spotify's mobile apps display one event on an artist page, so while it's not possible to see an entire tour itinerary on the mobile apps, it works as an indication that you're on tour. What's more, fans can click through to Songkick to see more of your upcoming events.
Why can't I see festivals?
This feature is limited to concerts only right now, sorry!
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