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Unlimited music events with ShowMango

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London-based company ShowMango, has recently struck a chord with music lovers launching their subscription service for unlimited music events. For £25 a month subscribers can get entry to as many events as they can handle ranging from up and coming to more established bands, solo singers and DJ’s.

A few weeks after kicking things off at the O2 with Sven Vath, the new company has already had events at The Garage, The Borderline, Fabric, Fire, Lightbox, Notting Hill Arts Club, The Jazz Café, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen, Village Underground, The Workshop, and Proud Camden.

“Our objective is to give music fans the ability to attend unlimited concerts and DJ nights for the price of an affordable T-shirt. We want everyone to get the chance to enjoy the amazing shows London has to offer. We priced our service so that anyone could subscribe, no matter how deep your pockets”, James Kay, CEO, explains.

Live music events have seen a large increase in female attendees in the last few years. The ratio of female to male attending gigs has increased by over 15% in 2014 alone. The ShowMango team has already seen a higher proportion of women signing up to the platform than men (54% to 46%), which is in line with the greater market figures.

After a huge event starring female DJ Nina Kraviz last weekend at Fabric, fans of electronic music will be pleased to see the Swiss producer Cyril Hahn playing at Village Underground later this month, and Ricardo Villalobos in May.

If you’re more of an indie-pop fan, the company has also secured the legendary Of Montreal at the Islington Assembly Hall, whose music takes influence from late 60’s Beatles and the Kinks.

The company is offering free trials at the moment so head over to www.showmango.com to start yours.

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