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    Default Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Is anyone else on here subscribed? It's a $25/ month service that allows you to go to unlimited concerts. It's been in NYC just now in LA as of yesterday. The lists of shows NYC had was incredible so far the biggest (see recognizable) names I've seen for LA are Aesop Rock, Trippy Turtle, Bixel Boys. Granted it's only the first weekend and you guys listen to more artists than me so y'all might recognize more names.

    The premise (or catch) is they only show your dates 2-3 days ahead and you can't get free tickets to a show until you've attended the show you already have tickets for and there's a chance that show runs out of free tickets by then. There is also a $45 option for your name +1

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    I haven't subscribed but will definitely be joining up depending on what's offered, especially if it's venues I normally already go to. If it's a bunch of Whiskey and Viper room shows, i'll probably pass. I can't tell by looking at their site but it just seems to be a concert calendar, so what they actually have available will be much smaller I'm sure.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    It looks pretty cool to me so far. I could have got tix for Hail Mary Mallon tonight at the El Rey. I'm going tomorrow at the Observatory so I'm gonna pass. That would have been worth it already though for me. Pretty cool.

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    Here's the only testimony i could dig up from the AbsolutePunk messageboard.

    "I got the subscription (solo, $25/mo) to check it out. The interface is weird at times - I don't have an iPhone and since there is no Android app yet, I have to use the web to scroll through the different dates. I wish you could choose the particular date for shows available since there are some nights I know I can't go to the show.

    It looks like they only offer 3 days worth of shows at a time, and update around noon (maybe a little before) each day. You can only get one pass at a time - so when I grabbed a pass for Thursday, I couldn't choose another day until that show had passed. I think this makes sense because people would choose to RSVP to a bunch of shows at a time - so this gives everyone a chance to pick something.

    So far I've used it for Augustana at Webster Hall last week and getting in was super easy. They send you a text to confirm and said you can contact them at the number if there were any problems. I said I was on the list and I went right in! Tonight I will be using it for the Pains of Being Pure at Heart at Glasslands.

    So far, I'm impressed." -Dob

    Sounds super fucking cool to me.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Anyone get this for LA yet? Which venues are included?

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    I'm not subscribed but I used their point system to get a pair of free tickets to Delta Spirit a few months ago. Legit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sushov23 View Post
    Anyone get this for LA yet? Which venues are included?
    It covers most venues around town. But its really just bottom tier shows, thats the issue. Every once in a while it seems that youll be able to get in on a really good show.

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Bottom tier or just undersold? Probably the same thing, but sound really different in my head.

    I wonder if there will be less giveaways thru local blogs since Jukely is sharing their revenue stream with the venues/promoters. I think most folks on this board have gotten into shows at least a few times thru those contests.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    In the week trial the best shows I saw were Curren$y at the Observatory and Tamyrn at the Echo. I didn't make it to the Tamyrn show and I got some weird threatening notification that if I didn't check in my GPS at the echo I could lose opportunities at tickets in the future. I was gonna sign on for another month but choose otherwise.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    And I would say bottom tier moreso than undersold. Shows that never had a chance of selling out.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    They threaten you because they want people to actually go, they don't want a person taking up someone else's spot, depriving someone who would've gone from being able to do so. I believe you have up until 5pm the day of he show to cancel your order, though. You can get locked out for not showing up.

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Right in the application when you accepted the 7 day trial it very specifically said that there if you accepted tickets to a show there would be consequences for not going.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Oh I knew that. It was moreso how the notification was worded more so than me actually getting one. Also that had no weight on me canceling, just an added piece to the story.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    So I signed up today since they are offering tix for Warpaint @ the Roxy on Feb. 8. I figure $45 is a good deal since a pair will go for $64 (including fees) during the on sale this Saturday. Any other show i catch after that will be a bonus IMO.

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Are you sure they're offering tickets or is it just on the calendar? They don't post tickets usually for a show that far in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhyTheLongFace View Post
    Are you sure they're offering tickets or is it just on the calendar? They don't post tickets usually for a show that far in advance.
    Theyre presenting the show, and its their promo. All you have to do was sign up and you get a ticket or tickets, thats it.


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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    I didn't sign up for the service, but I must have signed up for their mailing list. This was the list of eligible events shown in today's email

    Bush @ Wiltern 1/31
    Brooke Fraser @ Fonda 1/29
    Marek Hemmann @ Roxy 1/31
    Jukebox the Ghost @ El Rey 1/31
    Watain @ Fonda 1/31
    Guy Gerber @ Sound Nightclub 1/30
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Has anyone used this? How has it improved?
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    Figured I would top this. Curious to see if a couple of the big shows next week are full before the 2 day window opens (Jamie XX, War on Drugs, Chvrches)

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    jukely gets a ton of great shows in chicago. i'm hoping it comes to detroit soon.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    I paid for the extended view, but to Tessa's prior comment, it totally kills the ability to maximize the number of shows you go to because you can only reserve 1 show at a time. So if you reserve something 5 days out (vs 2 days ahead in the normal view), you can't get into any more shows until you've attended your next reservation. You can pay for the 2 ticket version and either take a +1 for the same show, OR you can reserve 2 single spots to 2 different shows.

    Having said that though, the 5 day preview is a plus if you want to get into the "hotter" shows. Disclosure tickets were all given away when the 5 day preview window opened up, so anyone with the budget version that saw Disclosure when the 2 day window opened had no option to claim. The only way is if someone else releases tickets, which can be released before 3pm on day of the show. I'm sure that's Jukely's cutoff time so they can get the guestlist to the venue in time for doors.

    Some big/expensive LA shows that would easily offset your monthly membership fee up are:
    Chvrches
    War on Drugs
    Jamie XX
    Festival Supreme

    @USCJeff, if you have the 2 day version, can you confirm if any are available for those shows when the 2 day window opens up? I'm considering downgrading for the winter since there's usually a slowdown in shows in December/January/February timeframe anyway.
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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    I have the extended version because having shows "All Claimed" before it was available to me was annoying.

    I hit a lot of small shows and then do a couple big ticket shows to pay for my membership.

    I am considering doing the 2 person version so I can claim 2 shows at once.

    And now it's telling me if I pay for a year in advance I get to reserve 6 days into the future instead of 5.

    They keep coming up with new gimmicks to get more money.

    What I've noticed is that shows get pulled around 5 pm the day of the show if they aren't full but if a show as been "All Claimed" for a while they get pulled earlier.

    Also, they sometimes add EXTRA shows for previously announced days at 11 AM.

    If a show gets all claimed I've gotten lucky most of the time and was able to claim a spot after the fact from a cancellation. You just have to keep checking.

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Jorge I was able to easily claim a Disclosure pass and I'm on the bottom tier.

    Interesting to know about the $45mo one with 1 ticket to two different shows. I assume that means it would either be Tessa + 1 for one show, or Tessa for this show and Tessa for that show, aka it's not like I could go to show A and my friend could go to show B? They'd all be under my name?


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    It was originally a 2 person option but then they changed it to be a +1 or an extra show. And yes they are always under the subscription holders name. You would just have to go to the box office, get the ticket and hand it to the person. I saw a guy do that at Boy George at the Greek.

    The thing that was super cool is when I was in Austin and New York and I opened the app it started showing me free shows I could reserve in those cities.

    The current cities are:

    Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Washington DC.

    And they said they are adding more cities so I'm hoping for Vegas. Being in Vegas, gambling, then being able to hit up a Jukely show, sounds awesome!
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    I was just telling Dani about this over the weekend. Here are the two times I've had issues with Jukely and how they handled it.

    1. I had a ticket to Disclosure. For the two days leading up to the show, it said I could release it up to 4 pm the day of the show. At 2:30 that day, I logged onto the app, pulled up the pass and pressed Release. The popup came up saying "are you sure you want to release this?" I said yes. Nothing happened. I went back out to the list of shows, back into my pass, pressed release again, got the popup, said yes, nothing happened. Still showed it as claimed. So I closed out the app, went back in, and all of a sudden the "release" button was grey, and the release time had changed from 4 pm to 2 pm. So now I'm sitting here 35 minutes after the fact trying to release it and that's why it wouldn't let me. They must have switched the time right as I was going to release it. That's kind of bullshit. They shouldn't be able to switch the time, or if they do, send people a text warning them about the time change. So I complained to customer service, cause now I was stuck with that pass and I wasn't going to be able to go and would have been shut out of tickets for the next 48 hours. After a lot of back and forth with a guy in customer service (it didn't seem quite like English was his first language), he finally manually checked me into the show so that I wasn't penalized.

    2. I went to the Greek this past Saturday. I tried to check in probably...15 times or so throughout the night. There's no cell reception up there. It was a day-long festival and I didn't really care about Dawes as the headliner so I left right before their set. Drove down to the bottom of the hill where I finally got reception, tried to check into the show (while it was still going on) and it had already shut me out for the next 48 hrs and said I never checked in. I immediately emailed them because tickets for Rudimental were going up the next morning and I didn't want to be shut out for those. I emailed them at 9:48 pm on a Saturday night and by 10:10 pm they had emailed me back, manually checked me into the show, and I was good to go for the following morning's tickets. I was very impressed with customer service this time around. But I did tell them that's something they'll need to figure out - isolated venues that have no reception. That's going to be an ongoing issue. Not sure how they can solve that other than working with each individual user who complains.

    But yeah they've taken care of all my concerns.


    Also just for information's sake for anyone reading who does not have a subscription, here are the current shows available for Los Angeles. I'm almost thinking we should make this an ongoing post maybe, for posterity's sake?


    10/7:
    Ben Howard @ Greek
    Alcest @ The Regent
    The Sheepdogs @ The Roxy
    The Maccabees @ Troubadour
    The Good English @ Viper Room
    Telekinesis @ Echo
    Turnpike Troubadours @ El Rey
    Braids @ Lyric Theatre
    Paul Weller w/ Villagers @ Fonda
    Rudimental @ Belasco
    Sonny Fodera (Suara) @ Couture

    10/8
    Kenzie Nimmo @ Troubadour
    Garbage @ Greek
    Badflower @ Viper Room
    Hercules & Love Affair @ The Regent
    Ladyhawke @ Echoplex
    Paul Weller & Villagers @ Fonda
    Worship @ Complex
    Talk in Tongues @ Echo
    Etienne de Crecy @ Sound Nightclub
    Korey Dane @ Lyric Theatre
    Sun Drug @ The Well
    Wild Child @ El Rey
    Nom De Strip @ Yost Theatre
    Meaux Green @ OHM Nightclub

    10/9
    Autre Ne Veut @ Troubadour
    Ash @ Echoplex
    Paul Weller w/ Villagers @ Fonda
    Mynabirds @ Echo
    Little Red Lung @ Complex
    IAMX @ Fonda
    Dotcom @ Avalon
    UZ @ Create Nightclub
    Quintino @ Exchange LA

    10/10
    Todd Terje @ Masonic Lodge

    10/12
    Jamie xx @ Shrine

    10/16
    War on Drugs @ Greek

    10/17
    Chvrches @ Shrine

    10/18
    Hudson Mohawke @ Fonda

    10/24
    Django Django @ Bootleg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ardentbiscuit View Post

    The thing that was super cool is when I was in Austin and New York and I opened the apt it started showing me free shows I could reserve in those cities.

    The current cities are:

    Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, London, Los Angeles, Miami, Nashville, New York, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, Seattle, Toronto, and Washington DC.

    And they said they are adding more cities so I'm hoping for Vegas. Being in Vegas, gambling, then being able to hit up a Jukely show, sounds awesome!

    DAMN dude this just keeps getting better. I thought I had a Jukely Los Angeles subscription. Are you telling me I can use it in any of those cities?? That's fucking incredible.


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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Yeah it works, I met a guy who lives in NY and LA and goes to a lot of concerts and got it for that very reasons. It's not city specific. That's why I tried it when I was out of town.

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    no need for the 5 day prior pass. You can still get in by constantly checking, and when people release their spots, they go back into the pool.
    I joined last week any got into disclosure and garbage fine

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    How much extra is it to have the 5 day prior pass?

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    Default Re: Jukely- The Netflix of Live Concerts?

    Quote Originally Posted by WhyTheLongFace View Post
    How much extra is it to have the 5 day prior pass?
    I believe it's $10. I just re-joined since shows I'm interested in will become available soon.

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