DICE — the world's largest independent music ticketing platform — has officially made its Canadian debut, launching in Toronto today and furthering the UK-founded app's expansion into North America.
DICE has partnered with Toronto promoters and venues, including Collective Concerts, Transmit Presents, the Garrison, Baby G, Not Dead Yet, Soluna, Prepare the Ground, South Paw and more, to help local music fans combat some of the barriers to attending shows, such as unfair pricing, hidden fees and ticket profiteers. The app aims to be upfront about pricing while helping fans discover relevant live music events in the city.
"Toronto is the perfect stage for DICE's Canadian debut," DICE President Russ Tannen said in a press release. "With our new partners, we can bring fans in Canada the shows they love with an easy, innovative, and transparent ticketing experience that was designed for them."
In an era where ticket-buying is as difficult — and expensive — as it is, DICE offers all-in pricing, as well as a Waiting List for sold-out events, and securely locks tickets to smartphones. You can download the app here.
For more information, see the original article by Megan LaPierre here.