UPDATE: Ticketfly is slowly coming back online, starting with their ticket sales and venue websites. They are still investigating how much data was breached, however they did say, "We have learned that some customer information has been compromised as part of the incident, including names, addresses, emails, and phone numbers of Ticketfly fans." Click here for more information and updates from Ticketfly.
Ticketfly, a ticket distribution service and website host used by smaller venues, announced yesterday that their sites were a target of a cyber attack. In response, they have taken down their sites as they investigate the extent of the attack and how much information was accessed.
In the meantime that means smaller venues in Los Angeles, among many more across the US, are without active websites or online ticket portals. Ticketfly has not provided a time frame for their sites to return to operation.
For details on upcoming shows, the best place to look for updates is on venue Facebook and Twitter pages. If you purchased tickets through Ticketfly for a show, your name will be on a guest list at the door so bring an ID and, if possible, a printed version of your tickets. When in doubt, reach out directly to the venue.
Here's a list of venues affected in Southern California linked to their Facebook pages and any notes they have on the outage.
Moroccan Lounge - Tickets are available for sale at the door