Dice ticketing platform expands to Germany


Ticketing and discovery platform Dice has announced its expansion into Germany.

Dice now offers more than 350 shows now available in the app in Germany, including concerts with Bicep, Little Simz, Years & Years and Marc Rebillet.

To support its growth, Dice will partner with artists, promoters and venues across the country, including Goodlive Artists, Zart Agency and Hamburg’s Uebel & Gefährlich.

“We’re investing heavily to make it easy for fans to buy tickets, discover other amazing events, and invite their friends,” said Dice Founder and CEO Phil Hutcheon. “Our mission is to get people out more and I’m proud that Dice is partnering with the brilliant Goodlive Artists and Zart from launch.”

Dice has become the main ticketing partner for hundreds of Goodlive Artists events in major cities like Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg and Munich, already teaming up on sold-out shows with PinkPantheress, Fred Again… and Marc Rebillet.

It’s about bringing artists and fans together as well as bringing new fans to artists. »

Dice will also work with Berlin-based music promoter Zart Agency, promoters of acts such as Sam Fender and Ben Howard, as well as events such as the Sacred Ground Festival.

“A love of music, technology and innovation is what excites us most at Dice,” say Max Wentzler, Managing Partner, and Hauke ​​Steinhof, MD at Zart Agency. “It’s about bringing artists and fans together as well as bringing new fans to artists. The Dice team has the same spirit as Zart Agency. The waitlist is the best response we’ve ever seen against the secondary ticket market.

Additionally, upcoming concerts at Hamburg’s 900/200-cap Uebel & Gefahrlich by Animal Collective, Ibeyi and Ben Klock are now available via the Dice app.

Dice recently bolstered its leadership team with the appointments of Falko Mortiboys as VP of Fan Experience, Ali McCloud as VP of Partner Relations, Antony Jackson as Head of expansion, Europe and Leon Sherman as Head of Artist Partnerships, UK and Europe.

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