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New Venue Planned For Wichita

Kansas-based promoter Adam Hartke is planning on opening a new 3,300-capacity venue in Wichita, Kan. The venue, dubbed Wave, will have an outdoor perfromance area complete with a beer garden and food truck area, in addition to a smaller inside room with a capacity of 500.

Coachella Reaffirms Marijuana Ban

Recreational marijuana may now be legal in California, but, likely to the disappointment of many fans wanting to celebrate 4/20, Coachella is remaining firm in its ban on cannabis. 

An Entertainment Oasis Rises in the Desert: The Show at Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa

If you’re on the way to Coachella this weekend passing through Palm Springs, Agua Caliente Casino Resort Spa is hard to miss, towering above the desert off the 10 freeway The luxury casino resort and spa, built a little over 10 years ago, is owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, but it’s a far cry from the bingo parlors and games of chance first established with the passage of the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1989, which established the National Indian Gaming Commission to oversee the casinos built on reservation land.

Are Festivals Going Too Far In Their Radius Clauses?

With a lawsuit filed on April 9 by Soul’d Out Productions of Portland, Ore., against Goldenvoice and AEG over Coachella’s 2018 contracts, the issue of radius clauses has once again come to the fore and begs the question, what’s different about this year’s iteration? 

Reviews: Pink, Stars Of ‘Nashville’, Roy Orbison Hologram & More

This week, for your reading enjoyment, we have compiled critical reviews of live performances from Pink in Washington, D.C.; Nashville In Concert in Manchester, England; Roy Orbison (Hologram) in Glasgow, Scotland; Ludacris in Wilmington, N.C.; Dweezil Zappa in Buffalo, N.Y.; Jason Isbell in Clearwater, Fla.; and Frankie Cosmos in San Diego.

Pat Metheny Saves The World

Well, maybe Pat Metheny won’t  save the planet but an evening with the jazz guitar virtuosos will lift your spirits.  The multiple Grammy winner launches a Europe run in late June and begins his North America journey in early August.

The Sherlocks Invade America

The Sherlocks’ Kiaran Crook was only 14 when he and his 17-year-old brother Brandon began messing around with a guitar and drum set.