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Here’s how it works:

1. Pledge

By pledging to buy tickets, you’re telling your favorite bands,
“If you come, I’m in.”

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2. Guarantee your tickets

Your pledge is converted into a ticket if a Detour show goes ahead. You aren’t charged until the concert is confirmed.

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If you can’t make the date, you won’t be charged.

3. Get tickets

When the concert is confirmed, your tickets are automatically emailed to you.

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Here’s who Detour fans want to bring to London

  • Flight of the Conchords

    Flight of the Conchords

    London, UK

    881 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Boards of Canada

    Boards of Canada

    London, UK

    432 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Explosions In the Sky

    Explosions In the Sky

    London, UK

    139 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Idlewild


    London, UK

    135 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Dave Chappelle

    Dave Chappelle

    London, UK

    131 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • She & Him

    She & Him

    London, UK

    130 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Jai Paul

    Jai Paul

    London, UK

    121 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • How to Destroy Angels

    How to Destroy Angels

    London, UK

    106 tickets pledged

    starting out
  • Boredoms


    London, UK

    239 tickets pledged

    in progress
  • Les Savy Fav

    Les Savy Fav

    London, UK

    107 tickets pledged

    in progress
  • Dengue Fever

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    Dengue Fever

    London, UK

    91 tickets pledged

    in progress
  • American Nightmare

    American Nightmare

    London, UK

    45 tickets pledged

    in progress
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Still want to know more?

  • What happens if I can’t make the show?

    We’ll let you know as soon as a Detour show is confirmed, giving you time to change your mind if you can’t make the chosen date. You won’t get charged anything at all if you can’t make it.

    When an artist you pledge for has a Detour announced, you will receive an email telling you:

    • when/where the show will take place
    • how much you will be charged
    • on what date cards will be charged and when you will receive your tickets
    • how to remove your pledge before the charge date if you can’t make it
  • Why do you need my card details?

    We confirm pledges by credit card so that when a concert gets announced, the fans who made it happen will be guaranteed a ticket. By confirming pledges with your card details we can be sure the numbers are real so artists know for sure that people will turn up to their show.

    We’ll never charge without notifying you first, so you can always opt out if you can’t make the chosen date.

    We use High-grade Encryption to make sure your credit card is protected over the Internet, and all payment details are stored using one of the most advanced encryption methods available — so you’re in safe hands!

  • How much should I pledge?

    Think about how much you would expect to pay to see that artist, most gigs get priced somewhere between £10–£30 depending on the size of the venue and other factors. But go with your gut — we’ll always charge everyone the same amount, so even if you pledge more than it ends up being you’ll pay the same as everyone else.

  • Find out more here