Ticketmaster and Apple iTunes Store team up for ‘Summer of Free Music’

Apple StoreWith every concert ticket purchased online at Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster is providing a complimentary ten-song digital music sampler showcasing a variety of emerging and established artists.

In addition, with the purchase of every ticket to any summer concert scheduled to take place between Memorial Day (May 28) and Labor Day (Sept 3) Ticketmaster.com ticket buyers may download one complimentary song of their choice from Apple’s iTunes Store.

“Ticketmaster’s concert program gets digital and live music directly to the fans, enabling them to experience new and undiscovered music,” said Sean Moriarty, President and CEO of Ticketmaster, in the press release. “We are dedicated to providing Ticketmaster buyers with rewarding opportunities across all categories of live entertainment and these special music offers are a great way to kick off the summer concert season.”

It’s easy:

1. Purchase a concert ticket on Ticketmaster.com for any show scheduled between Memorial Day (May 28) and Labor Day (Sept. 3) and you’ll get an electronic code for a complimentary song of your choice on iTunes, plus a digital sampler featuring a selection of hand-picked music.

2. Visit Apple’s iTunes Store via iTunes.

3. Click the Redeem link in the Quick Links box in the upper-right corner of the iTunes Store. Then enter the code to get credit for one free song. If you have more codes to redeem, you can enter them for more credits. Be sure to redeem your free song(s) before the expiration date noted on the email sent by Ticketmaster.

More info: http://www.apple.com/itunes/ticketmaster/

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “oh my” for the heads up.]


  1. oh my
    I was too young to enjoy the last one….. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”wink” style=”border:0;” />
    BTW, for years, I thought (for some reason) that is was in 1969.
    They had a different name for then. Summer of ’69. Bet it was hot…

  2. @TT

    Actually, the first “Summer of Love” was held in Golden Gate Park, SF, Ca .. in 1967 …

    I remember little of those times, cuz I think someone gave me some free sugar cubes for my coffee ! ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”LOL” style=”border:0;” />

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