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Artists could be taking a pay cut with Live Nation’s 2021 plans
Artists could be taking a pay cut with Live Nation’s 2021 plans
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the music industry has taken a big hit. With many shows canceled worldwide for the foreseen future, companies such as Live Nation, AEG and Ticketmaster have faced huge financial losses. With reports predicting that large scale live events won't resume until the latter part of 2021, Live Nation is already planning for when that time arrives...
Coachella announces 2021 dates after this year’s cancellation
Coachella announces 2021 dates after this year’s cancellation
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Coachella moved its 2020 festival to October. However, reports emerged recently that the festival may be canceled altogether as the pandemic progresses. This week, AEG, the owner of Coachella's promoter Goldenvoice, announced major layoffs that have led to both Coachella and Stagecoach 2020 to be canceled...
Coachella may not be happening in 2020 as originally hoped
Coachella may not be happening in 2020 as originally hoped
Back in March, Goldenvoice, the organizers of Coachella, announced that the festival has been postponed to October of this year. The postponement is due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. However, with concerts and festivals unlikely to return until 2021 and Goldenvoice staying quiet about Coachella 2020's future, many wonder if the festival will actually happen this year...
It’s unlikely concerts will be back to normal until at least early 2021
It’s unlikely concerts will be back to normal until at least early 2021
While people are eagerly watching for some sort of good news regarding the state of live concerts amid the coronavirus pandemic, expectations for a return this year are looking even more slim at this point. In a New York Times article, several venue operators and organizations involved in live entertainment industries are saying that 2020 is quickly becoming a complete write-off.
A Rage Against The Machine fan is suing Ticketmaster over ticket refunds
A Rage Against The Machine fan is suing Ticketmaster over ticket refunds
Ticketmaster is receiving a lot of backlash over their refund policies amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and it's going a step further now with a Rage Against The Machine fan filing a lawsuit against the company. RATM fan Derk Hansen is suing Ticketmaster and Live Nation claiming the companies retroactively changed their refund policy according to TMZ.