Jukely Toronto

Now you can see unlimited concerts in Toronto for $25

The "Netflix of live music" has launched in Toronto, which is great, because a winter of actual Netflix has meant you haven't gone out to a proper concert, or proper anything, in months. Your eyeliner is so lonely.

A subscription to American app Jukely, which just launched in Toronto this month, grants you access to unlimited concerts for $25 per month. There are a few catches, naturally, the most obvious being they have to be concerts listed on the Jukely site.

While there's clearly going to be a divide between the month's most hyped shows and the gigs that end up on Jukley, currently Toronto's page lists Sufjan Stevens and a ton of CMW shows, not all terrible, alongside stuff like Danko Jones and Manic Street Preachers.

Tickets for each show are released two days in advance. If you nab a ticket through Jukely, your name goes on the guestlist for the show - and if you don't check in at the venue via their app, you're banned from Jukely for 24 hours (once you check in, you're free to sign up for other concerts).

Promoters get to fill space that might otherwise remain empty, but if you're worried about the ethics, ease your guilt by buying an album or a t-shirt from the merch table: problem solved.

Will this get you out of the house and meeting like-minded, mildly indiscriminate music fans? Let us know in the comments.


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