Rolling Stone: On the Road

Rolling Stone: On the Road


In addition to the latest concert and live music news straight from Rolling Stone, the Rolling Stone "On The Road" application offers users a continuously updated database of thousands of upcoming concert listings. Users are able to view upcoming concerts in their immediate area, or easily search for a particular artist, venue or location. In order to quickly find concert dates from your favorite artist, users are also able to star an artist and add them to their favorite artists tab.
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About Rolling Stone: On the Road
In addition to the latest concert and live music news straight from Rolling Stone, the Rolling Stone "On The Road" application offers users a continuously updated database of thousands of upcoming concert listings. Users are able to view upcoming concerts in their immediate area, or easily search for a particular artist, venue or location. In order to quickly find concert dates from your favorite artist, users are also able to star an artist and add them to their favorite artists tab.

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A Google User
Jan 18, 2015
Required an app restart, then shut itself off once it stated that I wasn't subscribed. I couldn't even access the settings menu without being kicked off the app !
A Google User
Nov 8, 2014
WTF I download this and when open says "Unlicensed App" or some such. I thought RS was a progressive and no BS outfit. This POS seems beneath them.
A Google User
Oct 24, 2014
This so isn't the magazine
A Google User
Oct 9, 2014
Horrible
A Google User
Sep 10, 2014
Won't even start As everyone said, only lights up for a second then cites a licensing error and closes itself. I know it's a free app but why put it out there if you don't even care enough to make it start up?