Every time you open your dashboard you will find out what’s going on around you! When you open LiveTrigger dashboard you are located in the place that you have provided to us! Surf the map and use the zoom to enlarge or reduce it! Click the refresh button to find new results! You can find… Read more
Specific Results Go to your dashboard and type a location into the “WHERE” box! For example you can search for a city as “London”… … or a state as” France” or “USA”. Then select one of the suggested options and click “SEARCH”! All the results are displayed on the map: use the scroll wheel to… Read more
Follow these easy steps to learn how to search and find what you really want on LiveTrigger! There are two main ways you can use Livetrigger search engine: you can find specific results using pur search engine; you can surf the map. Specific Results Go to your dashboard and type a location into the “WHERE” box! For example you can search… Read more
You can find all the Public gig Requests posted by Livetrigger users using our search engine or surfing our map. You can also find the requests you have already posted on your Agenda. Every time you open your dashboard you can find out what’s going on around you!
Use our search engine to find what you really want on LiveTrigger! You can search for bands, promoters, venues, events and gig requests world-wide! Fill up our search engine using any tag, name or reference and then click the SEARCH button to find what you are looking for! Click here to discover how to use the LiveTrigger search engine.
About Profile Completeness: It’s important for other Livetrigger’s members to know who you are: members have a much better experience on LiveTrigger if they complete their profile. Your LiveTrigger profile is your face in our community and it’s also the first place to start creating positive experiences. To start adding to your profile log in… Read more
You can send gig requests to every user on LiveTrigger! Use our search engine to find who can help you on LiveTrigger (venues, promoters or bands) and click the profile name in the list to view the relative profile page. On the user profile page click “MESSAGE” to start a new conversation. You need to write a short… Read more