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April 9, 2015

Toronto concert-goers rejoice! Following highly successful launches in New York City, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, Chicago and Miami, Jukely Unlimited has decided to head north and make Toronto the first international city to secure the concert subscription service. For just $25/month, Toronto music fans can attend an unlimited number of live shows in their area. Subscribers can even upgrade to $45/month Unlimited Plus subscription that allows users the option to either bring a friend along to shows or use the extra pass for themselves to gain entry into a separate show on the same day.


Jukely Unlimited is all about encouraging people to get out there and discover new artists they normally wouldn't pay to see, and it has been successful in doing just that. 65 percent of subscribers claim to be going to see artists they've never heard of before. That being said, Jukely Unlimited users will see familiar names on the list of shows offered in Toronto. Past artists that have been featured on the service include Montreal funk-duo Chromeo, English singer-songwriter James Blake, and controversial rapper Tyler The Creator.


So, a service that allows you to go to an unlimited amount of shows for only $25 a month — it almost sounds too good to be true. There are some catches, of course. Tickets only become available online three days before the event takes place. This means that subscribers must be ready to jump on available tickets as soon as they show up on the service, and this may be difficult for high-demand shows. Also, subscribers can only be signed up to go to one show at a time. Users can’t sign-up for another show until they’ve actually attended the current gig they’re scheduled to attend. Once subscribers “check-in” at their event, they are once again able to sign up for shows.


Still, $25/month for an unlimited amount of shows is a pretty great bargain for Toronto live music enthusiasts, especially those who are open to discovering new artists. Even better, you can try it free for 7 days!


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