TWO DOWN: Two concerts planned for Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C., have come off the calendar for this year. (Getty Images) With NFL season dominating fall, some concerts must push to 2021 NFL officials said this week that they expect the 2020 season to start on time despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to multiple reports. For a large group of NFL venues, though, the coronavirus has put a huge dent in the stadium concert business as events have been pushed to 2021. The Gridiron Stadium Network, founded in 2005 to help NFL teams book more concerts in their buildings, celebrates its 15th anniversary this year. But the milestone has been marked by promoters Live Nation and AEG Presents postponing national tours because of the new coronavirus.  Stadium concerts are important to teams because they don’t have to share that income from concessions and parking, among other revenue streams, […]
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