Socialize around your music identity with ThrillCall.com, which allows you to share your acoustic preferences and also offers a robust event finding and ticket selling service. Some of its best features include the ability to follow artists and view their upcoming events instantly each time you log in, as well as a map of nearby dining options placed conveniently below each venue’s info page. The interface is clean and intuitive and seamlessly transports the user from section to section with plenty of relevant links to take you back to band, venue, or event info pages on a whim.
There are minor technical issues that somewhat hamper the intuitive potential of ThrillCall including the lack of pricing or even ticket availability from prominently linked resources like TicketMaster.com, which consistently had them at almost half the competitor’s offerings. This also isn’t necessarily the best way to find out about shows with less established bands, although it might make finding tickets easier if that band does reside in their database. We were also asked if we would like to follow the upcoming events of three comedians who happen to be deceased, and for the record the answer is yes, we would like to see Bill Hicks, Mitch Hedberg, and George Carlin live please.
Ultimately though, the whole of the service is thorough, usable, and it offers great facilities, and with the right community ThrillCall.com could easily grow into a popular social media outlet that also happens to connect you to live events with your favorite artists.