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You can now buy Ticketmaster tickets on TikTok

has partnered with to help users discover events and buy tickets directly from the app. Creators such as music artists, comedians, sports teams and venues can search for relevant Ticketmaster events and link to them in their videos. The feature will initially only be open to select creators, but more access will be granted over time.

Demi Lovato, OneRepublic, Usher, the Backstreet Boys and WWE are among those who can use the feature on the jump. Event links are displayed at the bottom left of the screen. Users can tap or click through an in-app browser to purchase a ticket.

According to Ticketmaster, partnering with TikTok will help organizers and event creators reach more fans and potential ticket buyers. Similarly, Snapchat launched a Ticketmaster Mini app in February to help users find events.

It emerged earlier this week that TikTok might be working on it. According to a trademark filing, the controversial TikTok music service would allow people to “buy, play, share, download music, songs, albums, lyrics…live stream audio and video…edit and upload photos as playlist covers.” .. [and] Comment on music, songs and albums.”

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