Bob Seger performs May 16 at PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte, N.C. New LED videoboards replace old projection technology at Live Nation’s amphitheaters. (Don Muret / Staff) Sports architect Dan Meis developed a plan that packages improvements for every part of the operation, from premium spaces to the back of the house Live nation is investing millions of dollars to renovate its 50-plus amphitheaters over the next five years. The upgrades touch all aspects of operations, from parking to concessions, restrooms and technology, said Tom See, the company’s president of concerts for U.S. venues. Reserved lawn sections, improved premium spaces with communal boxes and VIP clubs, plus back-of-house renovations to better accommodate touring artists, are part of refreshing the outdoor music venues, See said. He declined to give the precise amount that Live Nation is spending on the work. It’s a daunting process, considering the vast number of amphitheaters across Live… Continue Reading Summer Refreshments: Live Nation Starts Rolling Out Renovations at Amphitheaters

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