WillCall offers apps for concert goers that they describe as a "unified transaction layer for live music." Now combining concert discovery, ticketing, merch sales and bar tabs, WillCall is also expanding beyond San Francisco and New York with an official launch in Los Angeles. They're celebrating the moment with the first WillCall Presents Show in LA, March 27 at Bootleg Theater.
WillCall launched in 2012 in San Francisco as a concert discovery app. They expanded to New York the next year while gradually adding features including ticketing, merch sales and bar sales.
Described as the "very first unified transaction layer for live music" with a growing focus on connecting consumers and venues, WillCall is making great progress in developing a product to address interrelated needs.
Following the recent launch of Bartab, WillCall today announced their expansion to Los Angeles. Says CEO and co-founder Donnie Dinch:
"Since we first launched, people have been asking us to get to LA. It makes sense. The music community in Los Angeles is one of the best in the world, and we’re pretty humbled by how openly they’ve welcomed WillCall to town. We’re excited to help our venue partners here grow their businesses, and to be sure every single person in LA dances just a little bit more every night."
To help ensure that extra "little bit" of dancing, WillCall is throwing a launch event March 27 at Bootleg Theater.
Miami Horror will headline with a dj set and Bartab will be fully enabled.
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