Apple Music wants to connect you to your favorite artists with the new Set Lists feature

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

Look out for a brand new feature called “Set Lists” that will be available to all Apple Music subscribers starting today (May 16, 2023). This new content will be placed in a new dedicated space within the app, allowing subscribers to browse upcoming tours that may be of interest to them.

Apple knows that an artist’s setlist is often sought after by fans who want to either prepare for an upcoming show by memorizing lyrics or reliving previous live performances, so it will line up these playlists in playlists in a new space.

(Image credit: Apple)

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