If your little brother's coming to town and you're trying to plan something fun to do, Eventseekr might be a helpful resource. If you're looking for a cheap, below-the-radar activity at the last minute, though, you might not be so lucky.
You're not going to find out about drop-in kickball at the local park, your community food truck day or a popular author's book reading at a local bookstore with this app. Eventseekr seems to play it safe by sticking with the well-publicized events that require you to buy tickets and drive across town, each falling into the category of concerts, clubbing & nightlife, festivals and fairs, sporting events, arts & museums or theater.
I would imagine that Eventseekr is most helpful to users who live in a city, where there are always a lot of different events going on. That being said, this app, unfortunately, doesn't have a kind of setting you can use to adjust the range of your search. I live in the massive Los Angeles area, and this app brings up every single event that's happening, whether you can get there in a five-minute walk or a 45-minutes drive. There's almost too much to search through.
The app is well-designed, appealing to the eye. The developers did a great job choosing fonts that are easy to read. Information about time/date/place/ticket prices for happenings are also all accounted for. It's quite easy to find your way around.
Eventseekr takes a long time to load at launch, and it often lags, though. I also noticed that my battery quickly drained while this app was running. Unfortunately, these factors tend to put a crimp in the overall experience of using Eventseekr.