When Amy Corbin drives around her longtime home of Austin, Texas, she’ll often take detours.
Author: Eric Renner Brown
Every year, the Super Bowl delivers a (hopefully) classic football game to tens of millions of fans, and an eye-popping halftime show and plenty of head-turning television ads for viewers who’re ambivalent about sports. But, for the locals who reside in Super Bowl host cities and the lucky masses who make the pilgrimage for the big game, the event extends far beyond a few football-centric hours on a mid-winter Sunday evening. “What other event can you be riding a Ferris wheel eating Roscoe’s (chicken and waffles) while Lil Wayne is performing?” said Joe Silberzweig, co-founder of live event company Medium Rare and a former executive at Live Nation and Insomniac Events. That very scenario will be possible at this year’s edition of Shaq’s Fun House, the spare-no-expense Super Bowl party hosted by NBA Hall of Famer Shaquille O’Neal, which debuted in Atlanta in 2019 and will touch down at Los… Continue Reading LA-Based Super Bowl Brings Star Power, Bolstering Big Game With Big Extracurricular Events
Shannon Elliott has seen the live industry, and the ticketing sector along with it, change several times over her 27-year career at Lexington Center Corporation, the company that encompasses Rupp Arena, the Lexington Opera House and the Lexington Convention Center in Lexington, Kentucky. Continue Reading Ticketing Stars 2022: Shannon ElliottRead More
AEG and cryptocurrency platform Crypto.com announced a deal Tuesday to rename Los Angeles’ Staples Center as Crypto.com Arena. Continue Reading AEG and Crypto.com Announce 20-Year Naming Rights Deal For Los Angeles’ Staples CenterRead More