Ticketmaster Assistant has arrived for Facebook Messenger, making it even easier for fans to find the events they love.

Fans can now search for events by date, location, genre or specific artist or team name, without leaving the comfort of their Facebook Messenger inbox.

Simply consider Ticketmaster Assistant to be that friend who always knows what’s happening and how to get you in.

As Facebook Messenger is one of the most-used apps in the world, Ticketmaster Assistant is easy to access and simple to get started.

Messenger can be used on any computer at Messenger.com, or opened from the mobile app on iOS, Android and Windows phones. Since the iPhone is supported, Messenger also works on the Apple Watch.

Users can type in 'Ticketmaster Assistant’ in Facebook Messenger to start a new conversation, or follow https://m.me/TicketmasterAssistant to get started.

If you have specific tickets in mind, hit the Get Started button and search “Is Paul McCartney playing in Australia this year?” or if you’re not feeling all that talkative, say, “I want two Paul McCartney tickets in Perth”.

If you’re not sure what you’re searching for, Ticketmaster Assistant will respond to things like “What’s happening tonight?” before helping you to narrow down your search by location and genre.

You can set your home location quickly and begin browsing events in your area including gigs, sports, arts and theatre, comedy and more.

Once Ticketmaster Assistant has identified the event you’re looking for, it will serve you with the relevant ticket links to get you on your way.

Ticketmaster Assistant is built using our APIs and we’ll continue to update the Chatbot, streamline the purchase experience and, of course, add more personality to our new ticket-buying buddy.

The aim is simple: to make it easier for fans, wherever they are, to get tickets for the live events they love.

For more information, contact your local Ticketmaster Client Manager.

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