Eight years ago, the Seattle Seahawks found space to add 32 field-level seats in the northeast corner of their stadium. It was a natural progression for the team. Continue Reading Seahawks Remain in the ‘Red Zone’Read More
Tag: September 2021
The field-level premium seat experience remains a hot market in the NFL, 20 seasons after the Seattle Seahawks introduced the concept with the Red Zone Suites at their stadium.
The WNBA, playing its 25th season this year, has found a comfort level playing in buildings ranging from NBA capacity to as low as 3,500 seats.
The so-called secondary markets may not have the cachet of New York, Los Angeles or Chicago, but they can be key cogs in the gearworks of live tours, with robust ticket sales and an outsized economic and cultural impact. Continue Reading The Strength of the Secondaries: A Look Inside Some Secondary MarketsRead More
Green Day’s co-headlining “Hella Mega Tour” with Fall Out Boy and Weezer takes No. 1 on Hot Tickets with a gross of $3.2 million from the trek’s opening night performance in Arlington, Texas.
In his 35-plus years as executive director of WesBanco Arena and, since 2009, the Capitol Theatre, Denny Magruder has influenced countless venue managers.
Kate Guarrieri is new to the talent booking team at Nederlander Concerts. (Courtesy company) Andrew Saunders was named vice president of entertainment for Seminole Gaming, with responsibility for live entertainment programming at Seminole Gaming venues throughout Florida. Saunders most recently held booking positions for AEG at Staples Center and Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles as a senior talent buyer working in tandem with the Presents division and was a VenuesNow Generation Next honoree in 2019. Nederlander Concerts added Kate Guarrieri to its talent booking team. Guarrieri worked for Live Nation as a local talent buyer and national tour director. Spectra appointed Michael Logan general manager at the Swiftel Center in Brookings, South Dakota. Logan was Spectra’s assistant general manager and director of events at the Now Arena in Hoffman Estates, Ill. Veteran sports executive John Brody has joined IMG Learfield as chief revenue officer. Brody was executive vice president, global… Continue Reading Management: September 2021
Major League Baseball invested about $5 million to build the 8,000-capacity venue next to the field used for the 1988 movie “Field of Dreams.”
The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana, is seeking a naming rights partner after a previously negotiated agreement fell through. Continue Reading Indiana PAC Seeks Naming Rights SponsorRead More