Hey all –

We’re having Pandora town-halls in Denver and Atlanta next week. If you’re in one of those cities and haven’t gotten your email invite, send a note to ‘tour@pandora.com’ and we’ll put you on the list.

Town halls are a big part of what Pandora is about. They continue to be wonderful opportunities for us meet and communicate directly with listeners.

We love feedback and people at Pandora events often weigh in on how Pandora should look in the future. In addition, I talk a bit about some company history, as well as a look under the hood of the music genome, and our latest thinking about the future. The questions and discussions always cover a wide range of topics – from how the music genome project works, to licensing, to the latest device updates. Everything is fair game!

So if you’re in Denver or Atlanta next week I hope you’ll come and hang and chat for an hour and a bit, that’s usually how long the town halls last. And if you’re in another city and think it is time we had a town hall there, let us know by emailing ‘tour@pandora.com,’ and we’ll add it to the list!

Details below about Denver and Atlanta. See you soon!

-Tim (Founder)

When: Monday, June 21st, 6:30 p.m. (Note: the Denver Art Museum is closed for general admission on Mondays but the Sharp Auditorium will be open for this event.)
Where: Denver Art Museum’s Fredric C. Hamilton Building at 100 West 13th Avenue. The event will be held in the Lewis I. Sharp Auditorium.
RSVP: Send email to tour@pandora.com with number of guests
Directions: http://www.denverartmuseum.org/visit_us/plan_your_visit/location_and_hours

When: Tuesday, June 22nd, 6 p.m.
Where: Tabernacle @ 152 Luckie Street NW (1 block from Centennial Olympic Park, Philips Arena, The Georgia World Congress Center and The Georgia Dome)
RSVP: Send email to tour@pandora.com with number of guests


  1. dr.phil
    August 18, 2010 at 7:53am
    i love pandora - it is how radio ought to be! i just got a new blackberry torch, but the phone and/or it's new 6.0 OS are not supported, how long must we wait?
  2. Jessika Cuellar
    August 18, 2010 at 7:57pm
  3. PLO
    August 19, 2010 at 3:00pm
    I was just writing in to offer a suggestion. I have been watching America's Got Talent this summer and there is a male singer, Michael Grimm. I would advise of getting some access to his music, great voice, and he is current. Also, have you guys considered regionalizing the website. I konw it may be hard, but by understanding access points, and selling ad space to local buisnesses on the website, you'd be doing the same thing that radio ads do in the car. Someone, and some website needs to harness the potential add space the internet offers just like car radios have done to radio advertising. Your offering the radio on the net, you filter a lot of people to a common website, you may be able to regionalize it. Moving in that direction may be beneficial to both users and your company. I could listen to the radio and have an idea about events in the area with one click, and buisness deals, without really interrupting my music.
  4. M. Gabriel
    August 19, 2010 at 8:28pm
    I'm wondering if anyone else has been experiencing a freezing of Pandora when streaming on their Droid or Iphone? After the last software push, I'm so frustrated with it hanging up after 2 or 3 songs. The only way I can get it to continue to play is to turn my device off and then wait as it comes back on. I just spoke with the folks at Verizon and they said that it's not the device but Pandora itself. The guy at the shop was hacked because he listens to his while he works out and he has to stop and get it to work again every 5 minutes or so!!!
  5. JJ Hutchison
    March 12, 2011 at 1:45pm
    Tim, I am a paid subscriber and consider the expense well worth while. I like Pandora a lot. My tastes run from blues and jazz to latin, classical and opera. I have an eclectic mix of stations and after weeding out the things I don't like, I can mix all of them an never have to put in another CD or listen to any commercials. I have a suggestion though. Your classical selections are woefully short on info. OK for Donald Duck or the Victor Dog maybe, but I would like to know about the orchestra, conductor, artist(s) performing and the recording date. Info on the composer is of almost no interest to me unless we are talking about a relative unknown.
  6. Brandy Franklin
    April 12, 2011 at 2:16pm
    You guys are doing a terrific job! Keep up the good work!
  7. Nate K.
    April 13, 2011 at 7:00pm
    Pandora is one of the best creations in a long time. I just got into it, but love it! THe simple to use design and interface is amazing, and improved more by the precise music choices and suggestions made. I have an iPad 2 and if i were to make one improvement, it would be airplay capabilities so I can blast Pandora's music through my stereo system. Hope you huys read this and make an update! Good job!
  8. bill cornell
    April 15, 2011 at 9:10pm
    thank you for giving me my music back! i live in north eastern colorado and get no reseption for tv or radio and was going crazy. keep up the good work!!!!
  9. Kathleen
    June 22, 2011 at 8:01pm
    Disovering Pandora was like discovering a new best friend. Thank you, Kathleen M, Denver, CO
  10. Dma
    July 13, 2011 at 11:40am
    How does Pandora play suggestive artist? There's a wonderful gospel quartet that been playing music for over 50 year in North Augusta, SC called the Abraham Brothers, the orginators. And, the Dynamic New Abraham Brothers, the younger group. They have a wonderful biography where they recorded a song dedicated to the victims that lost their lives in the train derailment in Graniteville, SC a few years ago. It's called "Down at the Railroad Tracks." Please look into this group and play their music. I'm finding that the radio and satelite stations all play the same thing. It gets redundant flipping from station to station and not finding a variety of music. Thanks for listening.

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