It’s been called the City of Blues and is known for spawning legends. St. Louis’ rich musical history is kept alive in museums and at places like the Fabulous Fox Theatre, a Broadway House that’s stood since 1929, among many others. Continue Reading Factory Made in St. Louis (Market Focus)Read More
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When Glendale (Arizona) City Manager Kevin Phelps shared that the Arizona Coyotes were moving out of Gila River Arena, he admits he heard from his fair share of naysayers.
He said, essentially, the venue would be more profitable if the team went elsewhere after going through financial difficulties over the past two decades.
With all facets of sports and entertainment business reeling during the COVID-19 shutdown, it seemed appropriate that two separate parts of the industry would help each other during a difficult period.
Atlanta has long been a major market in more ways than one, and with a vibrant nightlife, dense college student population, long summers and popular homegrown talent, the region has solidified itself as a top concert and live events destination as well.
Last Oct. 17 marked 22 years since the rebranded Crypto.com Arena brought crowds to downtown Los Angeles, a city once described by British writer Aldous Huxley as “19 suburbs in search of a metropolis,” and not as a compliment.
VenuesNow’s first Market Focus of 2022 spotlights the sprawling metropolis and worldwide entertainment hub known as Los Angeles. As such, it deserves extra input from LA-based execs across the venue and events business, including high-level venue personnel, promoters, agents and still more. See below for a cross-section of some of the top players in the game, who operate in a critical market. Continue Reading Los Angeles Market Focus: Industry SurveyRead More
The newest addition to L.A.’s vibrant entertainment market is the YouTube Theater, a 6,000-capacity venue that is part of the 300-acre Hollywood Park complex in Inglewood, California, that also includes SoFi Stadium and a planned area for restaurants and other retail activities.
Los Angeles has been called the entertainment capital of the world tied to the television and film industries but, given the market’s plethora of stadiums, arenas and amphitheaters, theaters, performing arts centers and clubs, it’s no stretch to call LA the live entertainment capital as well.