COVID may have distanced us, but venue architects say their clients still want to bring us together. Continue Reading InVenue: Design Firms — In This TogetherRead More
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VenuesNow recently caught up with Bob Roux, Live Nation president of U.S. concerts, to find out how the business can best support live’s continued return.
The now resumed “No Filter” tour is just the latest chapter in the Rolling Stones’ enduring career of live entertainment highlights.
Recent incidents raise questions on how security screening technologies are missing laser pointers and other possible threats. Continue Reading Special Guest: Laser Pointers and Security ScreeningRead More
Uptix, a stored value technology system, makes it as easy as a few keystrokes to offer real-time rewards to fans to help drive concessions and retail sales.
The Torch, a new 10,000-capacity outdoor venue opened in mid-August beside the historic Los Angeles Coliseum, may set the bar for repurposing underused outdoor space. Continue Reading Burn Notice: Coliseum Opens Its New VenueRead More
Team benches are the newest piece of sponsorship inventory at college football stadiums.
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