Getting a website up and running is easy, but it can be overwhelming to get the design just right. We’ve helped tens of thousands of musicians and bands get a custom look. The first step is choosing the best website template to suit your style.
We have dozens of music website templates which are all mobile responsive and look great on all devices. Our templates are also fully customizable, so you can customize your colors, fonts, buttons, and more. Plus, you can change your template and design in just a few clicks without losing your content!
Although we have many more to choose from, here are 16 of our most popular website templates for bands and musicians.
If center stage feels like home, then Anthem is for you. This website template has a built-in frame that stays in place as you scroll. You can select different start and end colors so that as your visitor navigates down the page, the frame color changes. This animation adds movement to the site making the content pop even while on the same page.
Just outside the frame there’s a spot for your band name/logo, menu, social media and sitewide music player. You can customize the look with either a thin line around your image or a thick solid border that goes to the edge.
The Anthem template has four variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre.
Beckett is a branding dream. This website template gives you lots of room to work with above the header image. With such prominent positioning, this is a great place for a band logo. Your name in the center of the white space makes it a focal point. If you’d like to keep your name in text you can select from many font options, or even upload a custom font.
The Beckett template also comes with thin margin stripes to keep the layout looking clean and organized. This template comes in four variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre. Pair any variation with our full-width styled sections and you’ll have an attractive website that’s custom to your music.
The Billboard website template is for stars. Plain and simple, this template is for those with big dreams and a bigger personality. This website template offers a large header image with a bold header title. The header space is perfect for a dynamic performance image or fun band promo photo.
Billboard has lots of header options to maximise your music promotion. Announce your latest album or upcoming tour with the call-to-action (CTA) header. Within the CTA you can customize the placement of text with inline or stacked options. You can also style the heading and subheading font, set a border, and a background color. The menu also comes with an underline animation, color control, and width options.
The Billboard website template comes in three variations: Playful, Neutral, and Sombre.
The Duet template is for musicians who give equal weight to image and text. Most of our band website templates require landscape images (horizontal), but Duet celebrates the portrait style (vertical). The header image sits on one side with text on the other. And don’t worry, you can flip them left or right.
Duet doubles your pleasure in a few other ways. Menu inside or outside of the header image? Either is fine. Border or no border? No problem. Call-to-action (CTA) top, center or bottom? You choose. With Duet you’re the boss.
Duet offers four unique variations: An Elegant variation, a darker Sombre version, Neutral grayscale, or a colorful Playful variation.
The Dusted website template uses the large header image as your website background. This means the image will stay in view as visitors scroll through your pages. The best part is that you can change the image for each page. You can also add up to five images per page to create a slideshow!
Because of the open space above the content area, a custom logo looks great with this template. With a website background image you may worry the content won’t translate well, but not to worry, the content area is adjustable. You can set the opacity to show as much or as little of the background as you’d like. You can even change the color to compliment the image colors.
Dusted comes in four variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre
With so many templates and variations, choosing a website template can be overwhelming. If you’re not sure which template to use, go with Encore. This template has a lot of room to customize, and features a large header image which you can adjust the height of on both the Homepage and inner pages. It comes with a CTA in the header and beautiful photo filters.
The menu has a nice clean border around the page name you’re on. You can change the border and hover color to accent your website colors. The menu bar is customizable with color and opacity as well.
Encore offers four template variations to start with: Playful, Neutral, Elegant, and Sombre.
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With the descending diagonal design of the header image, Meridian is the template that feels like home. The rolling dotted accent next to titles makes it look like hills and valleys. These small elements makes this template unique from all others. You can even add a dust filter to give the header a comfortable old-timey feel.
To add even more panache you can enable the diamond logo to fade into the center of your header. This subtle element works hand in hand with your header text or logo. You can also adjust the color of each of those elements to suit your website palette.
The Meridian template has four variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre.
If you like designs with clean lines and boxy sections, the Mezzo template is for you. It features a vertical menu and four color variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre.
All of our templates are mobile friendly but Mezzo turns it up a notch. It allows you to display the mobile hamburger menu on your desktop site if you prefer. This will remove the navigation text so it doesn’t cover up your image. Mezzo is best suited for solo artists who want to display a nice portrait header image.
If you want a vertical menu with a posh look, Nocturne fits the bill. This template was created with a luxurious feel in mind. The menu is semi-transparent and stays on the page as your visitor scrolls down. The full screen header image works as a background image so your photo stands front and center the whole time.
Depending on the mood of your music, you can either go with the dark or light version of this template. If grayscale isn’t your thing, feel free to add color throughout. You can also keep your content clean with content dividers. Everything is at your fingertips to customize the Nocturne template to your liking.
Content is king and Portside gives you room to be royal. The large square header image and vertical menu on the Homepage lays the foundation for this template. All the inner pages are blank, leaving you the space to be creative.
Even though there’s a lot of whitespace you’ll want to add a few images to each page to break up the text. The Portside template keeps your sitewide music player on the sidebar so fans can listen to your tunes while they navigate the rest of your website.
With four variations (Playful, Sombre, Neutral and Elegant) you’ll be able to create a beautiful framework for all your text and features.
Primer is the ideal template for bands, with its wide landscape header space to show off all band members. In addition to a prominent menu, Primer gives you a little room to breathe. There’s a nice, clear content area with space on the sides. This visual focuses the eye to the center where all the good stuff sits. This is a great way to highlight your music, video, or events.
All four variations use complimentary colors to keep your website looking modern. Neutral uses earth tone colors. The Playful variant is wrapped in subtle pink shades which is perfect for an artist with light and airy music. The Elegant variant features blue and tan hues for an understated soft look. Lastly, the Sombre variant comes with a solid blue and green color palette for a more serious look.
Although Prismatic comes in three other variants (Neutral, Sombre and Elegant), the Playful variant is why this template is a winner. With bold sunset colors of yellow, orange, and pink, this template screams summertime.
Not only are the colors dazzling, but Prismatic offers a unique scrolling animation as well. Your main title fades away into content as your website visitors move down the page. This keeps your main image in view the whole time while the color overlay stays in place.
If you don’t want a flashy look, the other variants offer the same functionality with an assortment of color options. You can even control the look of the color gradient as the visitor scrolls down the page. Prismatic also gives you the option to add color filters and diagonal lines over the header image. It’s all the small details that make your website style your own.
The Resonance template is a template of extremes. This template works for both traditional folk and gangsta rap. How? Because of all the flourish, texture, and color options. With one variation you’ll see a country leaf design in the header and next to titles. This is complimented with whimsical font selections in the title, menu, and content text. In another variation you get cool squiggles behind the page names and the menu is rounded off.
The Resonance template also sports a sleek homepage animation. As your page loads, your image will fade in, then your name and menu will fade in. Each of the four variations offer stark contrasting colors which have been chosen by our designers, so rest assured they all compliment each other. Beyond the preset colors, you can custom further in the template editor with additional colors and font styles.
The Spotlight template puts you at center stage. This template works well for single focus projects and solo artists. Whether you’re releasing a book, podcast, or announcing a tour, Spotlight will make sure you’re in focus. You can use the traditional round spotlight, but if you like to think outside the circle you can choose a square, rectangle, or triangle instead.
This template disrupts basic header options by introducing a few new options. After adding your image you can rearrange it left, center, or right. You can also give the text a shake up with underline, strikethrough, or lowercase options.
The Spotlight template has four sleek variations: a simple grayscale, an elegant white version, a more neutral blue, and a darker variation.
Surround is the template to use when you want to make a big impression. It features a full screen header image that gives fans some eye candy before they start navigating your site. And navigate they will, because the menu is laid out in a way to give each page name its own semi-transparent background.
With so much power in the header, you may think the content area will pale in comparison, but not to worry. You have the option to adjust the header image to display as much or as little of the image as you’d like. The content area also has a grainy filter to give it a vintage look.
The Surround template has four variations: Playful, Elegant, Neutral, and Sombre.
If you currently have a website but it’s not working for you, the Zenith template is a good one to try. This templates is flexible without being too complicated. It features a nice large header image and the menu acts as a divider for the content below. You can customize the menu fonts, styles, and menu bar color.
Zenith allows you to make a statement with the CTA. This makes it a great choice for record labels, studios, and venues. It comes in four variations (Playful, Sombre, Neutral, and Elegant) and gives you the option to go dark or light.
Bonus: Blank website templates
If you don’t want to be distracted with stock images or preset colors when choosing a template, we’ve got you covered there too. With our blank templates, the template is a fresh canvas waiting for you to add your artistic touch. We’ve taken our most popular templates and minimized them. They’re each set up with a grayscale palette and no stock imagery. The fonts are clean and modern without any extra frills.
Even though the template is bare, the features aren’t. You’ll still get all the design customization options in each blank template as you would with its fully styled sibling. You’ll be able to modify colors, fonts, placement, and images, as well as add image filters, styled sections, and social media icons.
Once you choose a template that’s just the beginning. From there you can customize it to fit your personality and the mood of your music. Read our guide How to make a website for your music to find out how.
These 16 templates are our most popular, but that’s not all we offer. We have many more templates and variations to choose from. We also add new templates consistently, so there’s something for everyone. Tell us which one is your favorite in the comments!
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