A periodic peek at faces and places from across the venues universe


KENNY KILLED IT: Kenny Loggins brought his final tour, “This Is It,” to YouTube Theater at Hollywood Park on October 27. Venue and Live Nation executives presented him a custom bourbon gift set to celebrate the final tour. Pictured are Jen Sandstrom, left, of YouTube Theater, SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park; Emily Simonitsch of Live Nation; and Russell Gordon of YouTube Theater and Hollywood Park. (Noel Vasquez photo courtesy YouTube Theater)

BRO THING: The Jonas Brothers are pictured at Amali Arena in Tampa, Florida, on October 12. (Mark LoMoglio photo courtesy Amalie Arena)

G THING: Becky G performs during her Mi Casa, Tu Casa tour, which features a KLANG:fabrik immersive in-ear monitoring solution.  (Courtesy vendor)

CHILLIN’ IT: Prior to Cole Swindell’s sold out show in Pittsburgh, the OVG360 team at the UPMC Events Center welcomed him with custom cornhole boards. Pictured with Swindell are Scott Zimmerman, general manager, and MacKenzie King, marketing manager. (Alan Welding photo)

SHAQ .PAAK: Anderson .Paak joined the big man at this year’s The Event, hosted by the Shaquille O’Neal Foundation on October 7, 2023 in Las Vegas. (Getty Images)

ART OF DESTRUCTION: Punk rockers Destroy Boys perform outside the Lions Den tattoo shop in San Diego’s Lemon Grove neighborhood. (VN Staff)

DEAD ZONE: A woman walks the grounds in costume as revelers celebrate Dia De Los Muertos at Hollywood Forever Cemetery in Los Angeles on October 28, 2023. Every year on the last Saturday before November 2, the cemetery welcomes the public to celebrate the Day of the Dead, which reunites and honors departed ancestors, family and friends. The site is also an erstwhile venue for movie screenings and concerts. (Getty Images)

VIRGINIA STATE OF MIND: Virginia State University Multi-Purpose Center General Manager Nate Harris gifts Charlie Wilson, left, a collection of sun glasses to add to his already impressive collection. (Courtesy venue)

LIGHTNING IT UP: Kirk Franklin gets a Tampa Bay Lightning Jersey following his October 7 show at Amalie Arena. (Courtesy venue)

RIFE WITH LAUGHTER: Matt Rife brought his ProbleMATTic World Tour to Wichita, Kansas, on October 19 for two sold-out shows at Century II Concert Hall. The comedian was presented with locally custom-made sneakers and slippers by General Manager John Hale, left; Emily Larkin, marketing manager; Christine Pileckas, director of booking and marketing; and Lyndsey Cook, senior marketing and booking manager. (Courtesy venue)

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANT: The NFL Las Vegas Raiders’ home, Allegiant Stadium, as seen from a helicopter, promises to be the center of attention when the Super Bowl comes to Glitter Gulch. (VN Staff)