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Find the good times. partyGPS makes it easier to locate bars, clubs, and liquor stores throughout the U.S. with Google Maps and user reviews. 

Peppers and Pollywogs

Kids party entertainer and venue mashup--aggregates photos, videos and reviews, and helps parents find the right kids entertainment within their budgets. 

YahooLocal, GoogleMaps, GoogleCheckout, GoogleCalendar, GoogleBase, Facebook 
Phone Events

Post and share events for free. Get local event information on your cell phone. Post and share invites. Uses the Eventful API. 


Making the act of planning easier. Uses a combination of email and SMS to communicate around a particular event.  

Twilio, SimpleGeoPlaces, SimpleGeo, SendGrid 

Slick podcast app that combines band event data from Eventful with MP3 tracks. Type in a city, get MP3s, discover a band you like, and go see them. 


Celebrity mashup that uses the MTV Content API for music artists and videos. 

Primavera Explorer

A line-up explorer for the Primavera Sound 2009 Festival. Built using the API. 


Qabic allows you to effortlessly handle Q&A for your talks/panels by allowing your audience to submit and vote on questions throughout the event. This allows the best questions to be easily accesible both during and after your talk/panel. 

TwilioSMS, Twilio, Stripe 
RazorGator Tickets by Phone

On your WAP capable devices or your PC, simply go to and use the keyword razorgator to view all the latest tickets available. These tickets may be for sports, converts or events. Purchase hard to get tickets at the last moment. 

RDF Calendar

RDF Calendar, which is a typical Events handling application, now supports Google Calendar API. It can retrieve events information from Google Calendar, eventful, and, can can map events. 

UrbanDictionary, Eventful, YahooMaps, GoogleDesktop, GoogleCalendar 
Ripped Records

Gigs and music events happening in Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland. Browse by date, artist, venue, town, and get live updates via Twitter. Three APIs are used:, MusicBrainz, and Cloudmade. The code is open-sourced and available on Github. 

MusicBrainz, LastFM, CloudMade 

Sell more tickets by rewarding attendees for sharing on facebook and twitter. 

Twitter, Facebook 
Rolling Stone Photos by Phone

View the latest photos from events and artists from the Rolling Stone. Everyday, new photos. These photos can be viewed on all WAP capable phones. 

411Sync Events Calendar

Keep abreast of upcoming events with this integrated Google Calendar. 

Salesforce, GoogleCalendar 
Search Oodle Tickets by Phone

Search for tickets on Oodle real time on the go using SMS, WAP or Email. Use the keyword oodlet followed by what category tickets you are looking for and the zip code. Within seconds, get a list of all the available tickets. 


Event tickets website. Can view eBay listings on interactive seating maps, and have events that you cannot attend flagged via the Google Calendar API. 

GoogleCalendar, GoogleBase, EBay 

SeatTrip takes the concept of TripIt for concert tickets. So, with those 2 APIs in mind, I’ve build SeatTrip – it’s like seatwave meets tripit. Send your plane ticket by e-mail, and get a listing of events that will happen in the area a few minutes later.You can buy your tickets through Seatwave API. 

TripIt, SendGrid, Seatwave 
Semantisize uses semantic technology to bring together information about semantic technology. 

Yahoo, Upcoming, GoogleBase, Flickr, ClearForest 
SF Bay Area Tickets by Phone

Get the latest tickets availble for upcoming events in the SF Bay Area. Simply use the keyword sfticket from your mobile device, SMS, WAP or Email. Configure alerts and get updates as new tickets appear. 


This site updates itself with the latest show info from MySpace. It finds the best fit, location wise, for each show that it discovers, and also maps it. View shows by location, date, band, or venue. 

MySpace, GoogleMaps 


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