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Tag: December 2021
UBS Arena features a standard amenity that stands apart from most arenas in New York — ample on-site parking. It’s a basic feature in the venue world but in New York’s five boroughs, it’s a rare sight and comes at a premium. Continue Reading Venue Provides a New York Luxury: Parking PlacesRead More
The New York Islanders have generated close to $50 million in annual sponsorship revenue for UBS Arena, an impressive feat considering several deals were done during the pandemic and lengthy shutdown of live entertainment venues. Continue Reading Sponsorship Total Nears $50 Million MarkRead More
New Yorkers should feel right at home amid the food and beverage offerings at UBS Arena. Concessionaire Delaware North Sportservice has partnered with several Big Apple-area brands. Continue Reading Arena’s Food Specialty Is the Big AppleRead More
The Astroworld music festival tragedy in Houston in which nine people were killed during a massive crowd surge has venue managers reassessing their operational risk and some questioning whether potential staff shortages may have played a role in the deadly mayhem at NRG Park.
Continue Reading In Wake of Astroworld Deaths, Troubling Questions for All
Delaware North Sportservice produced robust food and drink per caps nearing $60 for the three 2021 World Series games at Truist Park, home of the Atlanta Braves.
The new $56 million sportsplex known as The Podium in Spokane, Washington, has a slate of about 50 events scheduled as it nears its Dec. 11 debut.
The American workforce continues to grapple with issues of diversity, equity and inclusion, and the venues, sports and live entertainment sectors are no different.
Continue Reading Execs Tout Advancements in Diversity, Outline Tough Work Ahead