Live music discovery and ticketing platform DICE has launched in Germany with over 350 shows, including Bicep, Little Simz, and Marc Rebillet. DICE is partnering with artists, promoters, and venues across Germany to support its growth in the country.
The rapidly-growing live music discovery and ticketing app DICE has arrived in Germany, delivering concert-goers a new way to discover live events and buy tickets safely. DICE’s launch in Germany includes 350 shows now available in-app, including Bicep, Little Simz, and Marc Rebillet. Promoting its growth across Germany, Dice is partnering with Goodlive Artists, Z|ART Agency, and Uebel & Gefährlich.
DICE’s partnership with Goodlive Artists secures them as the primary ticketing partner for hundreds of events across major cities like Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich. Goodlive Artists has proven to be a beneficial partner for DICE, as the pair hosted sold-out shows with Fred Again, Marc Rebillet, and PinkPantheress, with thousands of fans using DICE for the first time.
The leading Berlin-based music promoter, Z|ART Agency promotes acts like Ben Howard and Sam Fender. With DICE, they are now selling tickets to events like the Sacred Ground Festival in Brandenburg. Uebel & Gefährlich, one of Hamburg’s busiest venues, hosts hundreds of events each year. They’ll be hosting Animal Collective, Ben Klock, and Ibeyi, all available on the DICE app.
“I’m so excited about Germany,” says DICE founder and CEO Phil Hutcheon. “It’s the home of some of the best artists in the world but most definitely the best fans. DICE is for fans and we invest heavily in making it easy for fans to buy tickets, discover more amazing events and invite their friends. Our mission is to get people out more and I’m proud that DICE is partnering with the brilliant Goodlive Artists and Z|ART from launch.”
Since its launch in 2014, London-based DICE has changed the game in discovering and attending concerts. On a mission to get fans out more, DICE shows you live events happening in your area and recommends upcoming gigs based on user tastes. The company has worked with some of the world’s most prominent artists, including Kanye West, David Guetta, and Billie Eilish.
By locking ticket purchases to smartphones through the app, DICE eliminates ticket resales while ensuring fair, transparent pricing. All tickets DICE sells are sourced directly from labels, promoters, and venues. Before the German release, the app has successfully launched in the UK, US, France, Italy, and Spain.
“People have asked for years what would it be like if everyone lived their lives digitally,” Hutcheon adds. “Well, with the pandemic, we just experienced it and it’s not good. Life is about creating memories and nothing beats the energy you get from a live show. We make it easy to get people away from screens and into shows.”