Apple launches new concert discovery features on Apple Maps and Apple Music

New concert discovery features in Apple Maps and Apple Music give music fans and artists more ways to connect.

Apple has announced that Apple Music has expanded its curation efforts into live shows, introducing new concert discovery features on Apple Maps and Apple Music. 

On Maps, more than 40 new Guides, each curated by Apple Music editors, are designed to highlight the best venues to experience live music in some of the world’s leading culture hubs. 

According to Apple, from landmark Viennese symphony halls to cutting-edge techno clubs in Brooklyn and Tokyo, these hand-picked selections — currently spanning over 10 cities — are all music fans need for an unforgettable night out. 

Apple Music Guides also allow fans to browse venues’ upcoming shows directly from Maps through Shazam’s concert discovery module — part of a suite of features that Shazam introduced last spring, leveraging concert information from the event recommendation and artist discovery platform Bandsintown. 

Apple Music Guides will be rolling out beginning today on Maps at Featured cities include Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, and San Francisco in North America; Berlin, London, Paris, and Vienna in Europe; Tokyo, Melbourne, and Sydney in the Asia-Pacific region; and Mexico City in Latin America. Apple Music’s Set Lists are available beginning today at

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.

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  • I remember very well how in college I listened to a lot of music, especially from apple music. I always turned on the music in the transportation. Those were great times. However, it took a lot of time to study. In addition, I had to combine work and study. With the help of this service, I was able to improve my grades and free up some time. Maybe it will be useful for students here.

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