upload a scan of the Concert Ticket
Ever since I went to my first gig in 1978 I have collected the concert ticket. Now it's a hobby and some tickets (like collecting postage stamps) are becoming quite sought after and valuable.
How about having a small area set aside for store a scan of the concert ticket.
This function was available on last.fm before the site broke.
You can also upload scans on Songkick, but only on existing events. Adding missing events is restricted to the band management, which limits the usability of Songkick if you own tickets or stub from missing events.
Also the poster of the concert ....
Toin's Raméo commented
This, + the actual setlists !
Hans Hartzheim commented
Great idea, especially for (older) not-ticketmaster-like tics
Totally agree. This website needs a spot to put scans under each setlist. Not just ticket stubs but also newspaper clippings, reviews, schedules, and other any other proof that the show happened!
Mario Smith commented
Agreed! I have mine in a collector's book but I'd love to be able to show them off to everyone on the interweb, too!
Yes good idea. I suspect there are some cool looking stubs and such out there.
Doug Curry commented
That would be very interesting for older shows that had interesting printed tickets. I attended my first concert in 1978 also, and still have all my tickets from shows I attended. But every single one is a fricking TicketMaster computerized ticket and apart from the text printed on them they're all the same, so it wouldn't make a great item to see scanned into a database, IMO.
Mike Knutsen commented
I came on here to post this very same idea. Make it happen, setlist.fm!
Yes, Yes, Yes, I want to be able to associate my gig ticket with the gig for posterity online.
That would be the best and most important function at all !!
Antoine V. commented
Thoses look cool on the LiveMetallica website!