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Apple Music wants to connect you with the artists you love through a new Set Lists feature

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Apple is doubling down on live music. Starting today, Apple Music fans will be able to access two new features that will help them discover upcoming concerts and gigs in more than 10 cities around the world. 

Look out for a brand new feature called ‘Set Lists’, which will be available to all Apple Music subscribers today (May 16, 2023). This new content will be housed in a new dedicated space in the app, allowing subscribers to browse upcoming concert tours that might interest them.         

Apple knows that an artist’s setlist is often sought out by fans who want to either prepare for an upcoming show by memorizing lyrics or relive previous live performances, which is why it will curate these setlists into playlists under the new space. 

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The first artists that are set to be available on Apple Music’s new ‘Set Lists’ feature include Sam Smith, BLACKPINK, Peso Pluma, Kane Brown, blink-182, and, of course, Ed Sheeran – Sheeran’s Eventim Apollo performance in London is also on Apple Music Live, which is available to stream for Apple TV Plus subscribers. 

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