The world’s largest independent music ticketing platform, DICE, is making its grand entrance into Toronto, marking its Canadian debut and furthering its North American expansion. This launch comes with exclusive partnerships with renowned entities like Collective Concerts, Transmit Presents, The Garrison, Baby G, Not Dead Yet, Soluna, Prepare the Ground, South Paw, and more.
DICE is revolutionizing the ticketing industry by eliminating barriers like unfair pricing, hidden fees, and ticket profiteers. With new partners like Collective Concerts – Toronto’s largest independent concert promoter that has worked with a notable roster of artists like Mitski, Japanese Breakfast, Fleet Foxes, Slowdive, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Big Thief, Broken Social Scene, Faye Webster, and more – DICE is making it easier for Canadian fans to discover and experience more of the shows they love.
“Toronto is the perfect stage for DICE’s Canadian debut,” said DICE President Russ Tannen. “With our new partners, we can bring fans in Canada the shows they love with an easy, innovative, and transparent ticketing experience that was designed for them.”
DICE first arrived in North America in 2019 and quickly scaled into key markets across the US including New York City and Los Angeles. This exciting entry into Toronto will allow the entire live event ecosystem in Canada to benefit from DICE’s seamless and transparent digital ticketing model.
The platform’s advanced mobile technology securely locks tickets to smartphones and offers fan-friendly features such as upfront, all-in pricing and an innovative Waiting List designed to protect fans from secondary resale. Fans can also sync their Apple Music or Spotify libraries with the app and receive personalized event recommendations.
In August, DICE raised a $65M funding round led by MUSIC. This funding helps accelerate DICE’s geographical expansion in North America and across the globe. Today’s debut in Canada also follows Scotland, Liverpool, and Miami as newer regions for DICE.
To discover more live events across North America, download the DICE app.