GetBooked is a Direct-to-Fan booking platform for independent musicians. It inspires your fans to book a house concert or private event and facilitates the booking right from your Facebook page.Artists, install the app!
20% of musicians who've used GetBooked received booking offers within 4 weeks. See below for interviews with a few of these artists about their experience with House Concerts and the GetBooked Facebook App.
Emily Rath is a 23-year-old contemporary pop/indie rock singer-songwriter based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her song "Get Out" from her new EP Afterglow was recently featured on San Francisco's premier 'World Class Rock' radio station, KFOG 104.5 for their Local Scene Month in August. She also won "Best Song" and "Best Performance" twice at the San Rafael and Berkeley Chapter West Coast Songwriter Competitions this past→ Read more
Orange Avenue is an MTV-Buzzworthy pop-rock band from the shores of Daytona Beach, FL. Their latest release, “Small Victories,” debuted in the Top 15 of Billboard’s “Alternative New Album” charts and was nominated for “Album of the Year” by the American Association of Independent Music.
Tell us about your first house show booked through GetBooked: Our first house concert through GetBooked was a pretty special→ Read more
The Family Crest is an orchestral indie collective based in San Francisco. Fusing rock, classical, folk, and jazz, the band’s versatile style has become a favorite of music lovers around the world.
How many house concerts have you played / do you play annually? I’d estimate that since we formed we’ve played over 100 house shows. We’ve done several projects that involved playing 20-30 house shows in a month, plus when we're on the→ Read more
Roem Baur is an operatically trained tenor and blues singer. The MAMA and Elly Award winning Artist, based in San Francisco, has played and recorded music all over the world, and is now in the studio recording his first full band album.
How many house concerts have you played? Hundreds. Strategically, it's the best way to grow a fanbase in a new town. Fans love it. We'll sell out a 50 person house concert a couple of times a year in SF→ Read more