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    In this article LYVFollow your favorite stocksCREATE FREE ACCOUNTTaylor Swift accepts the Artist of the Year award onstage during the 2022 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2022 in Los Angeles, California.Kevin Winter | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty ImagesTaylor Swift's tour promoter is shifting blame for the botched "Eras" ticket sale squarely onto Ticketmaster, potentially fueling even more concerns about the Live Nation-owned ticket seller's dominant role in the industry. AEG Presents, the company in charge of handling Swift's upcoming tour, has rejected claims made by Ticketmaster and Live Nation's largest shareholder, Liberty Media, that the promoter chose to work with the ticketing site. "Ticketmaster's exclusive deals with the vast majority of venues on the 'Eras' tour required us to ticket through their system," AEG said in a statement to CNBC. "We didn't have a choice." Live Nation didn't immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment. AEG Presents' comment is the latest show of finger-pointing after the public ticket sale was canceled last week in light of extreme demand. Swift herself blamed an "outside entity" and...
    ADELE'S team are thrashing out a deal with Live Nation and Caesars Palace to salvage her $150million Las Vegas residency, according to reports. The tearful singer pulled the plug on the residency last week less than 24 hours before her debut show. 3Adele's Vegas residency is looking increasingly unlikely for 2022 3Keith Urban has signed a deal with Caesars Palace for the coming monthsCredit: Getty TMZ reports that the parties have a month to agree terms if the axed show is to be revived for the middle of the year. Adele's sports agent boyfriend Rich Paul is said to be involved in the negotiations after it was revealed Keith Urban has been drafted in to perform at Caesars Palace as a replacement throughout March and April. The Brit superstar's Weekends with stage set has been removed from the hotel's world famous Colosseum venue and packed away, with fans fearful they may never see it in action. The build up to the axed shows was fraught, with Adele reportedly unable to complete a single full rehearsal in the month leading u...
    Live Nation and Caesars Palace are allegedly struggling to strike a deal with Adele fast enough to save her Las Vegas residency. Adele dramatically withdrew from her three-month engagement at Caesars Palace just hours before her first show was due to take place, blaming 'delivery' issues and COVID-19. However, it was later reported that the delays were down to the singer being displeased with the set design, particularly over a swimming pool erected in the middle of the stage.  Now insiders in the Caesars Palace camp tell TMZ that the resort and Live Nation will have to arrive at a workable arrangement with the 33-year-old singer within a month in order for the show to go forward. Trying: Live Nation and Caesars Palace are allegedly struggling to strike a deal with Adele fast enough to save her Las Vegas residency Adele's current boyfriend Rich Paul, who is a top-flight sports agent, has apparently entered the negotiations as well. The sources say that Adele had multiple bones of contention about the show, including but not limited to the choir and the sound system....
    Paul Finebaum went face to face with an alligator on SEC Nation and lived to tell about it. SEC Nation set up shop in Gainesville this weekend for the big SEC showdown between the Alabama Crimson Tide and Florida Gators. It’s the best game of the Week 3 schedule, even if Nick Saban’s Crimson Tide comes into the game as two-touchdown favorites against Dan Mullen’s Gators. If the game turns out to be a blowout and not worth watching beyond halftime, at least SEC Nation delivered some great viewing material.Laura Rutledge and Jordan Rodgers were witnesses to one of the bravest moments ever captured on the SEC Network or any live broadcast for a sporting event. That’s right, Paul Finebaum showed incredible mettle by engaging in a staring contest with a real-life alligator on the set.Paul Finebaum shows no fear of alligators“I’m just not afraid of Gators.” @Finebaum saying this in Gainesville ???? #SECNation pic.twitter.com/jkJX8WJfnA — SEC Network (@SECNetwork) September 18, 2021 Finebaum looked into the eyes of the beast and came away without a scratch to show for...
    In this article LYVCHICAGO, ILLINOIS - JULY 31: Festival-goers attend day 3 of Lollapalooza at Grant Park on July 30, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)Scott Legato | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty ImagesLive entertainment is back, says Joe Berchtold, president of Live Nation. The company, which owns Ticketmaster, said 8 million people attended its shows during August, building on momentum from the second quarter, when revenue climbed 677% to $575.9 million compared with the previous year. "All of our festivals — Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Governors Ball — are selling out faster than ever," Berchtold said Wednesday on CNBC's "Closing Bell." "We've only had a 2% cancellation rate. That's gotten a few headlines. But, in reality, our attendance has been great, the shows have continued, the fans are glad to be back." Attendance for the rest of the year is expected to continue to track lower than 2019 levels, Berchtold said, but 2022 "will be bigger than 2019 was." He said the company's concert pipeline is up double digits from this time two years ago. Consumers, who...
    (CNN)Jon Stewart and Pete Davidson are gathering some of comedy's biggest names in remembrance of the 20th anniversary of 9/11."NYC Still Rising After 20 Years: A Comedy Celebration" was announced Monday as a one-night-only event to be held September 12 at Madison Square Garden.Scheduled performers include Amy Schumer, Bill Burr, Colin Jost, Colin Quinn, Dave Attell, Dave Chappelle, Jay Pharoah, Jimmy Fallon, John Mulaney, Jon Stewart, Michael Che, Pete Davidson, Ronny Chieng, Tom Segura and Wanda Sykes."We wanted to put on a fun celebration to honor this great city's resilience," Stewart and Davidson said in a joint statement. "It's nice to be able to do this with friends and people we love."The pair conceptualized the event and worked with James Dixon of Dixon Talent, Mike Berkowitz of WME, Tim Sarkes of Brillstein Entertainment Partners and Geof Wills of Live Nation to organize it.Read MoreAttendees must provide proof of full Covid-19 vaccination and identification matching the name on the documentation. No cell phones, cameras or recording devices will be allowed and will be collected prior to the show and returned after.The...
    U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the nation would begin reopening, end mask mandates and no longer enforce social distancing guidelines. Johnson unveiled the U.K. government’s plan to completely reopen and end existing coronavirus restrictions in two weeks during a speech Monday afternoon. The prime minister detailed a five-point plan to better prepare U.K. residents and businesses “for living with COVID.” “We have to balance the risks,” Johnson stated during his remarks. “The risks of the disease, which the vaccines have reduced, but very far from eliminated. And the risks of legally-enforced restrictions that inevitably take their toll on people’s lives and livelihoods, on people’s health and mental health.” “If we can’t reopen our society in the next few weeks, when we will be helped by the arrival of summer and by the school holidays, then we must ask ourselves, when will we be able to return to normal?” he said. (RELATED: Boris Johnson Says G7 Countries Must ‘Build Back Better’ In A ‘Greener,’ ‘More Gender Neutral,’ And More ‘Feminine’ Way) Johnson added that if the U.K. doesn’t open...
    More On: irving plaza Man strips naked before robbing Manhattan restaurant: cops This drag queen is launching a country music career This former Applebee’s waitress is now serving pop hits Chris Jericho trades F-bombs in fight with wrestling fan New York City’s Irving Plaza concert venue has announced their reopening, confirming a lineup of more than 40 shows through next spring. Country music’s Ashley McBryde is set to kick-off the series on August 17. This will be the first anyone has seen of the newly renovated music hall since parent company Live Nation shut its doors in 2019, with a promise to improve layout and enhance listening experience for up to 1,200 guests. Located in Mahattan’s Union Square, Live Nation has retained many of the the ballroom-style theatre’s architectural charms, some dating back to the turn of the century. This latest remodeling focuses on the VIP experience, with an added private bar and balcony-level box seats, as well as an improved artists’ lounge. Irving Plaza is reopening with enhanced features in NYC, Live Nation announced.Getty Images General admission...
    Dueling demonstrations are taking place in the nation’s capital Saturday as Women’s March activists clash with supporters of both President Trump and his Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Coney Barrett. The anti-Trump Women’s March is taking place in Washington, DC, as well as several cities across the nation. According to the official Women’s March website, the day of action is about sending an “unmistakable message about the fierce opposition to Trump and his agenda, including his attempt to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat.” Breitbart News is live on the scene, as feminists involved with the Women’s March square off with supporters of both Trump and Barrett. Footage shows feminists arguing — particularly over abortion — and hurling expletives at the pro-Trump demonstrators.
     President Donald Trump is set to hold a coronavirus press briefing at 5:30 p.m. EDT on Tuesday. During Monday’s briefing, when asked about his tweet swiping at Dr. Deborah Birx, the president said he believes his coronavirus task force is doing “very well” in regards to how they’ve handled the outbreak. “I think we’re doing very well,” Trump said. “And I think that we have done as well as any nation if you really look.” Trump also suggested that he may stop evictions around the nation, saying that people are “thrown out viciously” due to the pandemic and blaming it on China. The president’s interview with Axios’ Jonathan Swan aired on Monday night, following his briefing, during which a number of issues were discussed — resulting in a series of stunning exchanges between the two. Watch live above, via the White House. Have a tip we should know? [email protected]
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — We have to learn to live with the virus. That’s the message from Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley. This comes as cases continue to increase across the state, in the city and surrounding counties. Compared to many other locations where COVID-19 is surging, Philadelphia is doing OK. But cases are inching up and there are concerns about a delay in testing results. So it’s unclear if we have an accurate view of what’s really happening with the virus. “We’ve seen a modest increase in case counts in Philadelphia,” Dr. Farley said Tuesday. He also says most cases of COVID-19 continue to be mild and many people are asymptotic, which is why it’s easily spread. “The epidemic is not over, the virus is still here and may be growing here in Philadelphia. We’re going to have to learn how to live with it and how to manage it,” said Dr. Farley. He also says that means continuing to restrict high-risk activities like indoor dining in Philadelphia, and for locations that are allowed to open, there are requirements...
    The White House is now telling Americans to learn to live with the coronavirus, shifting their focus from past months when they expressed that the virus would eventually go away.  Administration officials are trying to intensify their messaging on the pandemic in the next week, senior administration officials told NBC News. The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election.  The White House is planning to offer up that the virus is not going away any time soon and will be continuing well pass the November election  Top advisers for the president will argue for ways to move forward, despite the virus. Officials plan to push forward therapeutic drugs, while emphasizing that the there is a low risk for Americans to die from the virus.  President Donald Trump initially claimed that the virus was not a threat before  stating that the country would be reopen in time for Easter Sunday, while Vice President Mike Pence later boasted that the virus would...
    Nation singer Chase Rice is talking out after receiving backlash for internet hosting a crowded live performance amid the coronavirus pandemic. On Saturday night time, Rice, 34, performed a live performance in Tennessee the place 1000’s of concertgoers have been packed into the venue, most of whom seem to not be carrying face masks, as is really useful to stop the continuing unfold of coronavirus. The singer instantly confronted criticism over internet hosting the gig, with many suggesting he has a disregard for public well being, together with fellow nation star Kelsea Ballerini, who referred to as Rice “egocentric” on-line. On Monday, the “Lonely If You Are” singer took to Instagram to handle the incident, saying that individuals “had an enormous drawback with how the present regarded, how the present went down.” “I perceive that there are quite a lot of various opinions, quite a lot of totally different opinions on COVID-19, the way it works with reside music, crowds and what all that appears like,” he mentioned. “My largest factor is y’all. Y’all are why I get to put in writing...
    Nation singer Chase Rice is underneath fireplace for holding a big live performance in Tennessee on Saturday evening the place followers went maskless and uncared for to social distance. Tons of, if not 1000’s, of individuals watched Rice carry out on the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary — a former jail turned museum and live performance venue — in Petros, about 150 miles from Nashville. Chase Rice captured the group in his personal Instagram story, writing “We again” as he panned the digital camera throughout the raucous crowd. No person within the footage seemed to be sporting a masks and the followers had been standing shoulder-to-shoulder. The re-imagined Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary reopened Might 1, and, in line with their web site, mentioned they “will likely be observing social distancing pointers.” Fellow nation singer, Kelsea Ballerini, on Sunday blasted Rice’s choice to play the present.The view of the viewers on the Chase Rice in Tennessee.Instagram“Think about being egocentric sufficient to place 1000’s of individuals’s well being in danger, to not point out the potential ripple impact, and play a NORMAL...
    Live Nation announced a drive-in concert series featuring artists such as Darius Rucker and Brad Paisley. The concert series was created to allow people to listen to music and have a concert experience while still staying safe amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to a report published Monday by the Associated Press. We’re excited to announce LIVE FROM THE DRIVE-IN ???? ???? – our first drive-in concert series in the U.S. kicks off July 10, 11, 12! #LiveFromTheDriveIn Check out https://t.co/xrGi9XdOj7 for more info! — Live Nation (@LiveNation) June 22, 2020 Only four people will be allowed in each car. Vehicles will be parked two spaces away from each other so there is room for the passengers to tailgate. “We’re really dialed in with partnerships with (the) local jurisdictions (and) we’ve been meeting with them for months, just talking about how we can provide a great, comfortable experience to fans with social distancing at the forefront in whatever phase they’re about to enter,” See said. “Because of those relationships and that communication going back and forth, we’ve been successful in...
    Kevin Winter/Getty Images Live Nation announced its first drive-in concert series for July, marking the return of the live music industry, which has been locked down since March due to the coronavirus pandemic. Brad Paisley is set to headline each show in the series while artists Nelly, Darius Rucker, and Jon Pard will also perform in select cities. The company announced its “Live from the Drive-In” series on Monday, which includes a set of nine shows that will take place from July 10 to 12 in Nashville, Tennessee; St. Louis, Missouri; and Noblesville, Indiana. All venue staff will be required to wear masks, and attendees are required to wear masks upon arrival, which they can remove once they are in their designated areas. There will be contact-less ticket scanning through car windows, but guests will not be required to wear gloves. Attendees will be able to place food orders online before the concert, and the items will be delivered to their designated zones in order to limit the number of people leaving their pods. People will only be able to leave their...
    NEW YORK – Tour promoter Live Nation has announced its first-ever drive-in concerts series in the U.S. for July, months after the live music industry has been on lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The entertainment company on Monday announced “Live from the Drive-In” — a set of nine shows to take place July 10-12 in Nashville, Tennessee; Maryland Heights, Missouri; and Noblesville, Indiana. Grammy-winning singer Brad Paisley will headline shows in all three cities, while fellow country artists Darius Rucker and Jon Pardi will also perform in Nashville at Nissan Stadium. Nelly will perform in Maryland Heights, near St. Louis. Concertgoers will be able to drive into the parking lots of the amphitheaters — a maximum of four people per car — and will have two empty parking lot spaces in between each vehicle so fans can watch and party from their designated individual tailgating zones. Attendees are encouraged to bring food, drinks and chairs, setting up around their cars to view the performers from the stage and also from the large LED screens. All venue staff are...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Live Nation has figured out a way to bring major concerts to YOU, through a new, online platform: Live From Home.We were joined on Midday Live by Jodi Goodman, president of Live Nation Nor Cal."We are truly living in a world now of virtual connections," she said. "I will tell you, for artists it has just been a floodgate of creativity and a feast of content out there. All genres, all new music, old archives, collaborations. We're seeing just so much creativity."Live From Home has a variety of premium content available, from live stream performances to family activities, like the KIDZ BOP daily dance breaks.There's so much creativity going on right now as artists find ways to share their art online."Some of it is fundraising, re-broadcasts of concerts from decades ago, it could be artists on Instagram premiering some new music, which is happening a lot right now, too," adds Goodman.She said Live Nation realized it was important to have a central location where fans can access all that content so they aren't missing out on...
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