The setlist.fm API has been designed to give you easy access to setlist data in order to build fancy websites and
other applications. Before starting to use the API, be sure to ...
... understand how setlist.fm works (the FAQ and the
Guidelines are a good starting point), ... read this documentation carefully and ... apply for an API key (link for logged in users only) - if
you're no registered user yet, then register first (it's free).
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Note that the setlist.fm API is, according to the API terms of
service, only free for non-commercial projects. If you're interested in using the API for commercial purposes,
About this Service
This service provides methods to get both setlists and components of setlists such as artists, cities, countries or
Supported Content Types
The REST service currently supports XML (default) and JSON content.
To receive a JSON response, set the Accept
header to application/json.
(Please note that this is an experimental feature and does not work for all cities!)
Most of the featured methods honor the Accept-Language
header. This header is used for
localizing cities and countries. The default language is English (en), but you can provide any of the languages
Spanish (es), French (fr), German (de), Portuguese (pt), Turkish (tr), Italian (it) or Polish (pl).
E.g. if you search a setlist for a concert that took place in Vienna and you pass "de" as header, you'll
get"Wien, Österreich" instead of"Vienna, Austria".
This also works if you use a different language than the country's native language.
E.g. for a concert in New York, you'll get"Nueva York, Estados Unidos" instead of"New
York, United States" if you pass "es" as language.
API keys ( application form) must be included in the request with
the x-api-key header.
End of Service
December 31, 2017