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New statistic: break down attendance by state, so I could see that I've seen 25 shows in Massachusetts, vs 10 in New York, vs 1 in Rhode Island, for example.1 vote
- You could segment by decade artist first became known in
- You could losely order by importantance top to bottom
- You could decide to group some separately; comedy for example.
- If you've seen someone more than once you'd see a number to the right: Example: Chuck Berry (2), Little Richard (3), Jerry Lee Lewis
I used to have a more compact view like this and miss it.1 vote
If you add the same event twice to your list by accident you will get a notification about duplicate events.24 votes
This is on our roadmap. We’re working a lot on addressing duplicates now and doing it in stages. First was duplicate Locations which is done. We’re almost done with duplicate Venues. Then will be duplicate Bands and duplicate Concerts last.
In this process we’re cleaning up a lot of the existing duplicates and also adding verification checks when you add a new concert.
I go to a variety of shows of many genres. I would consider a lot of these either DJs, singers, rappers, etc. Not all fall under the category of band.19 votes
Some venues have multiple stages/rooms where shows happen. I'd like a second entry space to specify which stage the show was on. For example The Trocadero Theatre in Philadelphia has the main room and also a balcony where smaller concerts are held. I'd like shows in both areas to be listed as "The Trocadero Theatre" as the venue and then also be able to list the "The Balcony" as a secondary field.5 votes
i.e. when a band plays two sets the same day of a festival. Currently it only counts as seeing the band once.25 votes
While it’s possible to add a band to a concert multiple times currently, it doesn’t function the way you would expect (as some people have pointed out in the comments).
In particular, if you add the band twice, it still only counts as seeing them once in your stats. There are also some other minor things like when you mark one of the instances seen/unseen it automatically marks all instances for that band.
This is on our roadmap to fix but since it’s a fairly rare situation it’s pretty low on our list at the moment behind things like data cleanup, etc.
Thanks for surfacing this idea/bug!
I found out about the archive through Facebook friends I met at a show. It would nice if you had the option of adding a post to your Facebook wall when you add a concert to your personal archive. Doing so would spread the word about the website and get more people to join which would further expand the archive.1 vote
I enter notes for some of my concerts, so I'd love to be able to search or sort against these. For example, if I enter "SiriusXM" in the notes, I'd like to search the notes for which concerts I've tagged with "SiriusXM".5 votes
Let us have an automated list developed when we type in the first few letters of a name from venues that we have already attended.6 votes
For those of us who may be/have been touring musicians and/or performers, it would be nice to be able to differentiate between Attended and Performed concerts. ie, a way to keep track of your personal tour dates.3 votes
have charts so you can compare with people how many times you've seen the same band6 votes
Automatically generate favorite genre, months most likely to go to shows, a timelines visually showing the number of concerts seen per month/year, this is a long shot, but scrape concert ticket prices to show how much you invest in concerts26 votes
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