Songkick is a ticketing vendor and online database of concerts for music enthusiasts. The Company owns and operates an online platform for customers to purchase concert tickets and discover concerts, artists and their performance venues. Its platform helps fans track and aggregate their favorite artists, concerts, festivals, venues and ticket information, and enables them to receive personalized alerts for upcoming shows in their town and find ticket offers, as well as share their concert plans on other social networks.

Parent Company
Warner Music Group
Brooklyn, US
Songkick was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in Brooklyn, US

Key People at Songkick

Matt Jones

Matt Jones

Chief Executive Officer
Michelle You

Michelle You

Chief of Product, Co-founder

Songkick Office Locations

Songkick has an office in Brooklyn
Brooklyn, US (HQ)
406 45 Main St

Songkick Data and Metrics

Songkick Summary

In total, Songkick had raised $61 m. Songkick is a subsidiary of Warner Music Group

Songkick Financial Metrics

GBPFY, 2015


9.5 m

Accounts Receivable

1.2 m

Current Assets

10.7 m


16.4 k


3.3 k

Total Assets

10.7 m

Accounts Payable

10.1 m

Current Liabilities

10.1 m

Total Liabilities

10.1 m

Total Equity

579.2 k

Financial Leverage

18.5 x

Songkick Operating Metrics

Jul, 2017

Monthly Users

15 m

Concert Listings

6 m

    Traffic Overview of Songkick

    Songkick Online and Social Media Presence

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