Concert Window, which enabled artists and select venues to stream shows live on the web, is shutting down in mid-September after 10 years. The service allowed artists to offer tickets to view each stream for a fixed price, pay-what-you-want or at no cost.
Facebook, Instagram and YouTube Live have inevitably whittled away at the Concert Window audience. Each offers more social reach, even though they lack some of Concert Window's features.
This email was sent to users by concert window CEO Corey DiMario.
Concert Window is shutting down September 16th
After nearly a decade, the time has come for Concert Window to shutdown.
We will be closing our "doors" on September 16th, 2019. Concerts between
now and then will continue to work as usual. Please accept our apologies
for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your continued
support of Concert Window. It's been a great decade and we are grateful
to have worked with you all.
Corey DiMario CEO Concert Window