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About this app

Live shows make us feel good.

That’s true whether you’re looking for basement gigs or club nights, massive festivals or comedy shows.

DICE’s personalized recommendations make it easy for you to enjoy more of the events you love – wherever you are, whatever you’re into.

Download DICE to see what’s happening in your city.


Discover live events tailored to your tastes.

Get tickets to shows in your city, and around the world.

Connect your Spotify or Apple Music to see suggestions based on your music library.

Follow your favorite artists and venues, and be the first to hear about new shows.

Invite friends, follow each other and get suggestions for shows you can enjoy together.

Save events for later, set reminders for when tickets go on sale, and check if tickets are running low.

Join the Waiting List for sold-out events to get your hands on tickets, or offer yours to the queue if you can no longer attend.

Send tickets to a friend if you have a spare, can’t make it or as a gift – because you’re nice like that.

If you have any questions, feelings, concerns, or just want to say hi – send an email to help@dice.fm.
Updated on
Mar 30, 2023

Data safety

Safety starts with understanding how developers collect and share your data. Data privacy and security practices may vary based on your use, region, and age. The developer provided this information and may update it over time.
This app may share these data types with third parties
Personal info, Financial info and 3 others
This app may collect these data types
Location, Personal info and 4 others
Data is encrypted in transit
You can request that data be deleted
32.1K reviews
Matthew Ziegelbaum
December 6, 2021
This app is poorly designed. It's also impossible to transfer tickets to a friend. First, they demand contacts permission instead of accepting a phone number or email address. Secondly, even after granting permission, there is no way to send the ticket to a friend as it is only showing me a handful of contacts. The other person needs to create an account and then you need to follow each other to transfer tickets, but there is absolutely no helpful instructions for doing this. We figured it out from reading one-star reviews here, so that was a fun time. DICE relies on using email to resolve all issues, but doesn't have a way to deal with urgent issues (like same-day ticketing problems that need to be resolved immediately) via phone. I'm pretty annoyed that the venue uses this service and have given them feedback as well.
96 people found this review helpful
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December 6, 2021
Hey Matthew, so sorry you are having trouble sending tickets to your friends. Please, get in touch with us directly at help@dice.fm, we will be happy to help you transfer your tickets.
A Google user
March 28, 2019
App basically doesn't seem to work. I've tried searching, (I'm US based) I've tried using my location, I've tried manually filtering my city or other nearby popular venue cities. No results show, I've managed to get 3 results to show that we're random genre. Currency shows in euro. It seemed to connect Spotify, (claimed to be scanning library) nothing came of it however.
23 people found this review helpful
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April 2, 2019
Hey Justin, We're so sorry to hear that you've had a disappointing experience. Could you please share where in the US you're based? Right now, we're only selling tickets for events in Los Angeles and New York but we're planning to expand nationwide very soon - watch this space! Thanks, Izzy
August 7, 2022
I was forced to download this app so that I could go to a show I want to go to, no other way to get a ticket. It wants location data. It wants access to your contacts. When you go to buy tickets it wants to automatically add your credit card to Google pay. It wants to access your music streaming services in short this app wants too much data in general. A better way to protect fans from scalpers is to have no advanced tickets and pay for admission at the door like how it used to be done.
133 people found this review helpful
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August 8, 2022
Hey James, thanks for your feedback, sorry to hear you didn't like our app! Could you share which features you don't like at help@dice.fm. We value your suggestions and will try our best to improve our product for users. Thanks, Best.

What's new

This was a little release: some bug fixes, and tweaks to make your experience smoother. Keep an eye out for more soon.