Concert Archives 12+

Share your concert history

Justin Thiele

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 265 Ratings
    • Free



Concert Archives is the social network, database, & diary for concert lovers. It's the go-to place to remember and share all of the concerts you've been to.

• Your Concert Diary: Add all of the concerts and festivals you've been to. Upload photos/videos, save notes, track your favorites, and make a future bucket list.

• Share The Experience: See photos & videos from other people at the concert and share your own. Even see the setlists that the bands played.

• Follow Friends (and make new ones!) See their concert history, photos/videos, favorite concerts, bucket list and more.

• Get Flashback Notifications: Receive little reminders about your past concerts ("5 years ago you saw...")

• And tons more...

You're in good company! Music fans have been loving Concert Archives since we launched in 2013 and we've been featured in Alternative Press, Stereogum, Glamour, Mic, Bustle, and a bunch more.

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What’s New

Version 3.3.0

Add 'pending edits' to the Edit Concert screen as well as minor bug fixes.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
265 Ratings

265 Ratings

Zigman2 ,


I’ve been using this app for years, and for avid concert goers (or even casual ones), it’s the best way I’ve found to record information about the shows I’ve attended. Better than that though, since it’s a database, I get access to the playlists from most shows, and can add my photos and videos, but also see those that others have taken. It’s THE BEST!!

May 2023 update….still love concert archives! It just keeps getting better. Many of the prior database issues with concert duplication have now been fixed and they have established ongoing cleanup protocols to automatically correct and combine duplicate entries.

They are also super-responsive when any issues arise, and one can easily remove the ads by becoming a Patreon member and supporting the app…even with a very small amount.

TigTheCompilationKing ,


If you are an avid concert goer or even if you just go here and there and you want to keep a nice diary of all the shows you have been to… this app is for you. My only gripe is I wish there was a paid version that got rid of the ads you see in your stream but other than that.. this is a dope program and I’m getting all my friends on it!! Great Job!!

bnbfox ,

Yes but . . .

I’m enjoying this concept so far except of course for all the duplicates+++. It’s not clear where the concerts initially come from—all entered by individuals? When I update the tour name for a recent concert I went to, that concert no longer shows up when searching for the artist despite him still being listed in the bands section—weird. It definitely seems like some app like this should exist and be wildly popular but it’s not the best UI, hard to navigate back to “my concerts.” Strange that the app lacks any kind of integration with music apps to track artists you like. Really I don’t understand why a concert tracking app like b*town doesn’t have this feature of tracking shows you’ve seen. So this app definitely fills a need that I’ve wanted to fill for a while however adding all the concerts I’ve been to is proving to be painful and unintuitive.

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The developer, Justin Thiele, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

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