Airbnb Concerts

Intimate shows in unique places

#1 Product of the DayFebruary 25, 2018
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Airbnb Concerts is a selection of unique live performances, an expansion of the Airbnb Experiences platform.

Akshay Kheveria
Marcos Ortiz
Alexander King
 +7 reviews
  • Marcos Ortiz
    Marcos OrtizCo-founder at Capital Latino, LLC

    It's just part of the Airbnb's ecosystem


    Not at this time

    This is a bold move of the company to the upcoming IPO in 2019. Well done !!!

    Marcos Ortiz has used this product for one week.
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Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
While Airbnb Plus got most of the attention at Airbnb's big event earlier in the week, I'm personally more excited about this as someone that enjoys going to concerts. Me and @suzywillow went to one Airbnb Experience live performance in Golden Gate Park. While it wasn't my favorite style of music (rock/pop), it was certainly different, hosted on a water dock with ~40 other people. Fun fact: Amazon (semi-quietly) launched their own live concert platform. Amazon seems to compete with everyone.
Crumple Cat
Crumple Cat@iamcrumplecat · Cartoon startup cat with real ambitions
@suzywillow @rrhoover If Amazon is so overeating it will soon burst
Jack Smith
Jack Smith@_jacksmith · Serial Entrepreneur & Startup Adviser
@suzywillow @rrhoover I went to one of those, but for Jazz, in the boathouse.
Adam Marx
Adam Marx@adammarx13 · Freelance writer/editor and music addict
@suzywillow @rrhoover This is one of the most interesting music-related releases in a while (and I'm including all the streaming companies) precisely because it underscores two things which I have long believed to be true: 1) That the independent music world will continue to explode at an exponential rate and become even more key to the live music paradigm, and 2) That the live-music paradigm will evolve and take on a whole new focal (albeit arguably separate) role in the age of streaming Perhaps the most intriguing thing to me about this whole release is that it points to an expansive view of music, rather than a restrictive one. By that I mean that it's not just streaming or music companies who can get into the live-music paradigm; now, hospitality companies like Airbnb can take a slice too. This is a clever release from @bchesky because it has the potential to increase Airbnb's bottom line without requiring them to get into the royalty game. Conversely, if I were running a streaming-focused company, this would worry me somewhat. Especially with Spotify's direct listing coming up soon, this is a perfect example of someone else attempting to eat a big piece of their prospective lunch. If companies don't need to be streaming/royalty companies to get into the live-music universe, then that means increased competition while your competitors don't need to pay the same permanent overhead (royalties). To a large extent, it highlights some of the points I made in this article a couple years ago re: @fredwilson's talk at @LAUNCH. Will be interesting to see how this evolves and affects the music landscape in both the short and long-term.
Zoltan Peresztegi
Zoltan Peresztegi@peresztegi · Digital Entrepreneur, Product Executive
@suzywillow @rrhoover FYI: "Amazon Tickets will soon stop selling tickets. Some events will still be available for sale on the website for a short period of time. Tickets you have already purchased are not affected by this change. No action is required on your part."
Matt Wright
Matt Wright@mateo_wsep · Director of Community Development
What a shoe!
Daniel Reilly
Daniel Reilly@daniel_reilly · Freelance Developer and Entrepreneur
@mateo_wsep I am a shoe in to use this
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
@mateo_wsep haha, typo in the tagline fixed! 😅
Pierre-Marie Galite
Pierre-Marie Galite@tsunaze · mobile developer & advice giver
I would love to see the same thing happening for stand up comedy 😬!
Derek Shanahan
Derek ShanahanPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
Interesting- feels like they should acquire Sofar, and simply host the events in unique host properties.
Manuel Frigerio
Manuel Frigerio@mnlfrgr · Maker of @maitre_app
@dshan Yep, looks like the natural move for Airbnb
Sean Crowe
Sean Crowe@seancrowe5 · Sean, @SeanAndThomas
I've been going to shows for years...I think they host shows in over 360 cities now! Their mission, team and vision is incredible too. I really hope airbnb doesn't muscle them out of the market!
Dan Fennessy
Dan Fennessy@dan_fennessy · Founder at Party with a Local
@seancrowe5 Last year Airbnb & Sofar sounds were partnering. I wonder if this is still part of that partnership, or whether Airbnb just got ideas from that to expand their own offering? 🤔
Sean Crowe
Sean Crowe@seancrowe5 · Sean, @SeanAndThomas
@dan_fennessy interesting! I had no idea they partnered haha