Oak View Group, Pollstar and Midem are continuing and expanding the companies’ branding, marketing and content partnership for Pollstar Live! and Midem 2019 that was launched earlier this year, bringing cross-promoted, expertly-curated panels, keynotes, conversations and speakers tailored to the live sector of the music industry to both conferences.
Delaware State News
- Delaware football team to face Rutgers in 2021
- Delaware football to play at Rutgers in 2021
- Official: Three people killed in Maryland shooting
- Milford woman charged with resisting arrest
- Ex-guard at women’s prison acquitted of bribe charges
- Koreas summit kick-starts stalled nuclear talks with US
- Trump says ‘hard to imagine’ Kavanaugh guilty of allegation
- Fundraiser will benefit youngster fighting rare cancer
- Still no offer for job applicant who saved city worker on tower
- Delaware GOP official quits, blasts party’s US Senate nominee
Pittsburgh Trib Sports News
- Encounter with Steelers’ Ben Roethlisberger ‘terrified’ Stormy Daniels, per passage in her book
- Antonio Brown addresses his week of distractions with Steelers
- Jordy Bellerive included in Penguins' first round of cuts
- Steelers’ Bud Dupree on Twitter exchange with fan: ‘I did it as a joke… I got to be more careful’
- First call: Colorado mascot misfires T-shirt gun below his belt
- Penguins’ Tristan Jarry, Pirates’ Pablo Reyes compete for catch of the night
- U mad, bro? Steelers fans on Antonio Brown; ‘Tomlin won with Cowher’s players’ fight
- Tim Benz: Mike Tomlin allowing Steelers to become Bengals
- 3 Penguins predictions after the first 2 preseason games
- Kevin Gorman: Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger, Antonio Brown must be exceptional
Post Gazette Sports
- A look inside the ‘awkward process’ that landed Pitt in the ACC
- Pirates win fifth in a row, sweep Royals with 2-1 victory
- Tristan Jarry shines in Penguins' overtime loss to Red Wings
- Pirates reliever Edgar Santana has learned to leave bad outings behind
- Joe Starkey: An Army Ranger, his widow and a walkoff make for magical night at PNC Park
- WPIAL rules DeGregorio brothers ineligible to play for their father
- Gerry Dulac's 2018 NFL picks: Week 3
- Pitt's Q score way up through the first quarter of the 2018 season
- South Fayette alum Drew Saxton off to a hot start at Case Western Reserve
- Pirates pitcher Chad Kuhl has elbow surgery
The American Academy of Country Music posthumously honored country music promoter and artist manager Rob Potts, who died in a motorbike accident last October.
UCLA is close to signing a comprehensive deal with Wescom Credit Union that includes a presenting sponsorship of Pauley Pavilion, the Pacific-12 Conference school’s basketball arena.
AEG Presents – Rocky Mountains filed suit against Brown United and CEO/owner John Brown Sept. 13, accusing the company of breach of contract and failing to return a deposit of $105,000 to provide a stage for Phish’s Labor Day weekend residency at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colo.
After a performance of “Detroit Rock City” on the season finale of “America’s Got Talent” Sept. 19 KISS announced it is going on one more world tour to close out its lengthy career.
A series of investigative reports from the CBC and Toronto Star dug deeply into Ticketmaster’s relationship with professional ticket re-sellers, including the existence of a site purportedly for broker use, and questionable comments at Ticket Summit 2018 in Las Vegas, as well as ticket pricing of a recent Bruno Mars show at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto.
British pop star Dua Lipa’s first-ever concert in Shanghai was interrupted when security guards dragged several fans out of their seats and then out of the auditorium.
One of London's most iconic venues, the Troxy, just turned 85. Pollstar took a look at its rich history and spoke with general manger Tom Sutton-Roberts.
With the premiere of last weekend’s Grandoozy, Denver may finally have rectified a gaping hole in its growing cultural, social and economic landscape: a major music festival. The event’s top-tier line-up, led by Stevie Wonder, Kendrick Lamar and Florence & The Machine, combined with what seemed a well-executed event while attracting strong first-year attendance numbers—a festival exec estimated the draw at 55,000 for the three-day affair—makes it seem all but certain the fest will return in 2019.
The name of the live touring game is stadiums these days, as eight of the top 10 acts on Pollstar's Global Concert Pulse chart this week are playing on some of the biggest stages the industry can offer.
The Music Modernization Act, legislation that contains broad reforms of U.S. music copyright and royalty payments, has been unanimously passed by the U.S. Senate, moving it one step closer to becoming law.
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band aren’t going out without a bang, as the guys have announced new shows in eight markets and rescheduled dates in Texas.
I.M.P. has purchased two buildings from Howard University in Washington, D.C. as new office space for the independent promoter.
New York Attorney General Barbara D. Underwood filed suit Sept. 14 against TicketNetwork, Inc., and Eventvest, Inc., (which does business as Ticket Galaxy) and their owner Donald Vaccaro for selling “speculative tickets.”
Worldwide infrastructure service provider eps has announced the appointment of Lee Bauman as managing director of the company's U.S. operations.
Live Nation has expanded its presence in the GSA region by opening another office in Munich, in the south of Germany.
Q’s With Chris Thile: The Mandolin Virtuoso, NPR Host, MacArthur Genius & Punch Brother Can’t Really Define Americana
Chris Thile is a modern-day Renaissance man. He’s an accomplished mandolin player, member of the Punch Brothers (and formerly of Nickel Creek), a MacArthur Genius Grant recipient, possibly the coolest NPR host that’s ever lived with his lauded radio variety show “Live From Here” and he recently announced a Carnegie Hall residency.
Pollstar spoke with Stefan Lohmann, a German talent buyer and booking agent, who works in quite a non-traditional way in a market with quite the unique taste.
50,000 people are expected to attend the self-proclaimed “biggest 90s party in the world”, when Veltins Arena in Gelsenkirchen hosts “Die 90er LIVE”, March 30. David Hasselhoff will be performing live at the next edition. It's no secret that some of the artist’s most devout fans are from Germany.
Seven people reportedly died of a drug overdose at Vietnam Electronic Weekend in the Vietnamese capital of Hanoi, Sept. 16, while five festivalgoers were taken to local hospitals in a coma.
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