January 5, 2015

Evergig – Sharing Moments for Concertgoers

Nearly two-thirds of adults in the U.S. now use smartphones, many of those users are relying on their devices to capturing images and videos during important events. Evergig is a targeted application takes full advantages of the videos that people take at concerts. The web-based platform mixes user-generated media together to create multi-angle, immersive concert videos synced with HD audio.

Evergig currently has more than 1 million concert videos in its database, and that number is growing every day. To take advantage of the service, type in the name of the artist you want to watch, or browse through Evergig’s catalog. When you find what you’re looking for, click on the video of a specific concert to watch it in your browser. If the concert you’re searching for hasn’t been generated yet, then you can press the + icon and add your name. Evergig encourages you to “follow” artists, and it sends you updates whenever new content is posted to the app.

Although Evergig is primarily a service for avid music fans and concertgoers, the platform can also be used as a marketing tool for musicians. Musicians can embed a customizable Evergig widget on their websites or Facebook pages, encouraging fans to submit footage from their shows. The final footage produced by these submitted videos is “automixed” using Evergig’s patented technology, and it’s made available to the musician for posting on his or her website within a matter of hours.

Practical Uses:

  • Watch videos from recent concerts
  • Submit concert footage taken on your smartphone
  • Encourage fans to post the video clips they took at your recent show
  • Follow bands to find out when new content is posted

Insider Tips:

  • Fans can quickly share videos on social media
  • Embed videos from Evergig on your own blog or website
  • Email Evergig directly if you notice tracks aren’t in the correct order
  • Bands can use Go-Pro cameras to film their own footage for submission
  • Evergig can mix videos as long as there are two people filming at the same time

What we liked:

  • Evergig is free for both fans and bands
  • Concert footage is more likely to go viral when it’s expertly mixed
  • Thousands of artists are already using Evergig
  • Bands can post the videos that Evergig creates for free on their websites

What we didn’t like:

  • Nothing


Company Info:

  • Launched: March 2014
  • Privately Held
  • Headquarters: Paris, France
  • Founded by: Guillaume Jouannet and Arthur Dagard
  • Web site:


  • Free

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