Artists can exhibit their virtual events on Spotify
Due to the COVID-19, the last months have been challenging for the entire world and artists are no exception. But, it also has helped artists adjust to the changes and be creative in many ways. Well, in place of live shows, virtual performances across different platforms have become the only way to interact with your fans and show your talent to gain popularity among new listeners.
Spotify introduces a new feature for artists to list their virtual events
Yes, it is easy for the artists to list their virtual events on the popular platform Spotify. It is also possible to pin them to place them at the top of the artist profile. Well, in some cases, Spotify would send an email to the followers base you own informing them about your latest live streams.
Recently, Spotify also activated donation links to be used by the artists. The Spotify idea behind introducing this feature was to help artists reach their fans during the corona pandemic.
Ho to add your virtual events on Spotify?
- Firstly, try to get the virtual events displayed on Songkick.
- Make sure that the Songkick events are linked to Spotify for Artists account.
- Now, check for the virtual events displayed on the Concerts hub of the Spotify profile.
Note: There is no option to display events directly inside Spotify for Artists.
Your live streams can be easily hosted on different platforms which includes
- Instagram Live
- YouTube Live
- Your website
All you need to do is to create a Songkick listing for the event.
Promoting your live streams on Spotify
To make the most of Spotify artist profile, make sure you put as Artist Pick.
Check out Spotify best practices for livestreaming from home.