Help Wizard

Step 1


Wrong concert shown for artists with similar names

Wrong concert shown for artists with similar names

for SALUKI - russian rap musician, there's a concert shown in Oslo for Apr 11. However, the concert belongs to Norwegian band Saluki







Operating System

Windows 11


My Question or Issue

Can the concert be distinguished by artist ID or something, not by name. I was thinking I could attend the concert, but navigating through the ticket shop link I understood it's wrong musician

3 Replies

Hey there @At4m4n,


Thanks for reaching out here in the Community. 


This type of inaccurate information can be reported to the relevant teams by reaching out directly to our Support team as instructed in this article


Hope this helps. If anything else comes up, the Community will be here.



Help others find this answer and click "Accept as Solution".
If you appreciate an answer, maybe give it a "Like".
Are you new to the Community? Take a moment to introduce yourself!






My Question or Issue

I've recently got the following email from Spotify:
2024-05-30 09_26_27-ENC_ Concerten in de buurt die je misschien leuk vindt_ Morphine, Khruangbin en .png

The problem is, Morphine has disbanded in 1999 after Mark's death.
How come Spotify is promoting a totally unrelated obscure French band as if it was the real Morphine?!?!?!?!? This is of very bad taste.
How can you allow someone to use Morphine's legacy in such dishonorable way?
Imagine buying a ticket to this, going to France, and then realizing that this concert HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH THE REAL MORPHINE. 

Why can't Spotify delete this announcement? I think they should know by now about this error!? Is there a way to contact them?



Suggested posts