Jukely Unlimited launches in Toronto today (http://jukely.com/unlimited) following highly successful launches in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, Chicago and Miami. The concert subscription service enables music fans to attend an unlimited number of live shows in their area for just $25 per month.
Shows range from premiere DJs and international EDM stars, to lesser-known indie, blues, folk, punk-rock bands, and other local artists. It’s all about encouraging people to get out and discover new artists they typically wouldn’t pay to see, and 65 percent of subscribers claim to be going to see artists they’ve never heard of before.
“The popularity of Jukely Unlimited has grown exponentially since we first introduced the service to New York residents in October,” said Bora Celik, Jukely Co-Founder. “We’re coming off tremendously successful launches surrounding SXSW in Austin and Miami Music Week, so expanding internationally is the next natural step to keep the momentum going. We’re already working with some of the best venues and promoters in Toronto and anticipate further expansion into Canada in the months to come.”
Jukely Unlimited also revamped its Unlimited Plus membership this month — granting access to the subscriber and a +1 to all shows. Now subscribers have the option to either bring a friend along to shows or use the additional pass for themselves to gain entry into a separate show the same day. This means subscribers can technically go to 60 events in one month if they took full advantage of the Unlimited Plus service, for a flat fee of $45 a month.
Jukely Unlimited is being dubbed the “Netflix of Concerts” — granting access to subscribers to some of the hottest clubs and hippest underground venues for an affordable monthly fee through its relationships with venues, promoters and artists. Jukely Unlimited helps the industry reach its full potential by ensuring ticket supply does not exceed demand, helping fill venues and increase overall revenue for promoters/venues.
Jukely Unlimited started out as Jukely, a service to market shows and for people to search and discover new artists in their area and purchase tickets. It evolved into Jukely Unlimited offering users a monthly subscription fee to see as many concerts in their area as they wanted.
Attendance to shows offered through the Jukely Unlimited service is only limited by availability, meaning subscribers can RSVP directly online to as many shows as they wish to attend by visiting http://jukely.com/unlimited. New shows go live daily on the site at 11 a.m. posting about 3 days before the event takes place. Subscription gifting is also available athttp://jukely.com/unlimited/gifts.
To learn more about Jukely Unlimited and sign up for the service today, download the iOS app at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/jukely-see-great-shows.-discover/id590428284?mt=8, visit http://jukely.com/unlimited, and follow Jukely on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/jukelyapp) and on Twitter, @Jukely.
Jukely, funded by key investors from Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud and more, tracks location and music taste data across 32 million people that consist of Jukely users and their friends. Using this data, Jukely enables concert promoters and venues to increase traffic to their events via its personalized concert and friend recommendations technology. Jukely was one of 11 companies out of 1,700 applicants to be accepted into the Techstars NYC 2013 accelerator.
Jukely is co-founded by Andrew Cornett and Bora Celik. Celik, an engineer and concert promoter, put together close to 100 shows, including top acts such as Tiesto and Kaskade. Cornett has been instrumental in designing and building Kickstarter as one of its first employees.