College sports has undergone a radical shift under the NCAA’s new platform in which student-athletes are financially compensated when their name, image and likeness are used for marketing purposes. One year after NIL launched, the role that college stadiums, arenas and practice facilities fill to provide physical spaces dedicated for student-athletes to produce their own content remains unclear. Continue Reading What’s In A Name, Image and Likeness?Read More
Category: Arenas & Stadiums
The years add up to 15 at Addition Financial Arena in Orlando, Florida, which continues to set the bar for success with its highest grossing events coming in 2022. Continue Reading UCF’s Addition Financial Arena Celebrates 15 YearsRead More
Germany’s south is lacking a modern, purpose-built arena for concerts, with the world’s superstars often performing in the city’s Olympic Stadium or the relatively small Olympiahalle, built in 1972 for the Olympic Games. Continue Reading Deep Dive Into Munich Arena ProjectRead More
When Kenny Chesney walked offstage at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro, Massachusetts, on Aug. 25, 2018, he would never have guessed it would be four years before he’d set foot on that stage again. Continue Reading Bigger ‘Shoes’ to Fill for ChesneyRead More
Nobody knows San Diegans’ taste buds better than Susan Hawke, executive general manager of food service at Snapdragon Stadium, the new home of San Diego State University football.