The largest live entertainment company in the world continues to expand its reach.
There are have reportedly been “threats” to get venues to use their ticketing platform Ticketmaster.
“There’s no pressure to put on more commercial artists because of their touring arm.”
How will things change?
We, for one, welcome our new festival overlords.
The rock and metal gods have answered our prayers.
“We will seek to restore the Palais to its former glories.”
Kicking things off with Bring Me The Horizon, this heavy music dream team looks set to deliver some big acts and events.
Backpacks and large bags have now being banned from upcoming Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran shows.
New Zealand is set to get a new annual music festival with the organisers behind the now defunct Big Day Out confirming they will be expanding huge US festival Austin City Limits to Auckland, aptly naming it Auckland City Limits. C3 Presents and Live Nation Entertainment, who both have part ownership of the Big Day
The future of the Big Day Out is looking more and more uncertain, especially as its fate now rests solely in the hands of an American corporation. What is known for certain is that the festival will not return this year, in the wake of huge financial losses in 2014. This week, the festival’s US
Tour promoters Live Nation are reportedly facing a lawsuit filed by a Lamb Of God fan for spinal injuries sustained when he was allegedly trampled during a 2012 Lamb of God concert in Connecticut. According to TMZ, metal fan William Tarantino claims that during the show he was knocked to the ground and suffered spinal
The Australian festival has changed owners for the second time this year.
A brand new outdoor concert series is coming to the steps of the iconic Sydney Opera House. In partnership with touring giants Live Nation, the Opera House Forecourt will play host to the appropriately named On the Steps series in February 2015. On the Steps is part of the Opera House’s 2014-15 summer lineup. Over
Live Nation reportedly after 51% stake in BDO owners C3
A Slate article published back in June 2013 declared The End of the Unpaid Internship, after two film crew interns, including one working on the Academy Award-winning film Black Swan, sued for violations of the US Fair Labor Standards Act, and the blowback has now hit the festival market. As Complete Music Update reports, in
In The Mix has reported that the world’s largest touring company Live Nation has plans to spend an estimated US$1 Billion on EDM (Electronic Dance Music) via various investments over the coming year.