Jukley Raises Another $8 Million for Their Concert Subscription Service

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Jukely was originally just a concert recommendation app, then they added Jukely Unlimited. With Unlimited, users can see an unlimited number of concerts in select cities for a monthly fee. The fee is $25 per month for one ticket at a time, and $45 a month for an extra ticket for friends.

Jukely raised $2.4 million at the end of 2014, the same time that the Unlimited program launched.

Now, Jukely Unlimited is the company’s main focus.

Jukely has raised an additional $8 million in a “seed extension round”. The round was led by Northzone and 14W. Larry Marcus, Hany Nada, Lyor Cohen, Maiden Lane, and GroupMe founders Steve Martocci and Jared Hecht also participated in the round. This puts the company’s total funding at $11.3 million.

The company will use the money to hire more people and expand to more cities. The service is currently available in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Austin, Chicago, Miami, Toronto, Seattle, Philadelphia, and Denver.


Nina Ulloa covers breaking news, tech, and more: @nine_u

3 Responses

  1. The other day I thought

    of this idea and thought, why doesn’t this exist?

    I’m Always too late…

    Brilliant idea I hope they do well.

  2. Not impressed

    Brilliant idea of how to ruin any chance for an artist to make any money. What is it with tech centric companies trying to leech devaluing. Amazing

  3. Wooly

    Congrats to all those who invested in this. They will soon have a large tax write-off.