Many sites also choose to build a landing page for each venue (there are over 13,000 venues available via our API).

These pages are generated very similarly to the Performer Landing Pages using the Venue slug from the URL, which in the example of would be chase-field. Then two API requests are made, the first one being Venues / Show in order to retrieve information about the performer.

After making the Venues / Show API request the id of the Venue can be used to display upcoming Events using the Events / Index endpoint.

Request to /venues/chase-field using cURL:

curl -i \
-X GET \
-H "X-Signature: Vmv9v4xDs/0QRNqLWmhT5sjqeoF08Kcxrjcbs9tvP6M=" \
-H "X-Token: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx" \
--url ''

Example JSON response

"id": 110,
"name": "Chase Field",
"keywords": "",
"popularity_score": "0.734308",
"url": "/venues/110",
"slug_url": "/venues/chase-field",
"location": "Phoenix, AZ",
"country_code": "US",
"updated_at": "2014-05-08T13:11:31Z",
"address": {
"street_address": "401 East Jefferson Street",
"extended_address": null,
"locality": "Phoenix",
"region": "AZ",
"postal_code": "85004",
"country_code": "US",
"location": "Phoenix, AZ",
"latitude": 33.4528292,
"longitude": -112.0685027,
"label": null,
"created_at": "2012-04-12T03:35:30Z"
"upcoming_events": {
"first": "2017-06-23T18:40:00Z",
"last": "2018-01-01T00:00:00Z"
"slug": "chase-field",
"meta": {
"meta_description": null,
"meta_keywords": null,
"nofollow": false,
"noindex": false,
"canonical_url": null,
"page_title": null,
"header_title": null,
"paragraph_1": null,
"paragraph_2": null,
"paragraph_3": null,
"image": "/images/original/missing.png"

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