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Here’s how Ticketmaster plans to implement social distancing at future gigs
Here’s how Ticketmaster plans to implement social distancing at future gigs
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, future events and concerts are going to look a lot different than we are used to. However, it looks like Ticketmaster has plenty of plans in the works to ensure future gigs are safe to return to. The company is currently developing new technology that will make it easier than ever for venues to implement safe social distancing measures at events...
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 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...
Live Nation announces New Zealand’s first socially-distant concert series
Live Nation announces New Zealand’s first socially-distant concert series
New Zealand is hoping life can start resuming back to normal over the next few weeks. After 46 days in lockdown, New Zealand's prime minister announced that the country has "won the battle" against coronavirus. In response to virtually eliminating the virus in the country, New Zealand allowed most businesses to open back up this week...
Arkansas’ governor is ordering a stop to the first socially-distant concert
Arkansas’ governor is ordering a stop to the first socially-distant concert
After scheduling the first socially distanced concert since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, country artist Travis McCready is being ordered a cease and desist order by the Arkansas governor. In an email obtained by The New York Times, Governor Asa Hutchinson says they appreciate the venue's efforts to enforce social distancing but the show is still outside of their guidelines.

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