Chicago Giving Out Lollapalooza Tickets as Vaccine Incentives
Haven’t gotten your COVID vaccine or a ticket to this summer’s Lollapalooza festival yet? The city of Chicago just announced an opportunity for you to kill two birds with one stone. Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the city would be giving out 1,200 single-day Lollapalooza tickets on June 26... Read more
Broadway Heavyweights Hamilton, Lion King and Wicked Returning Sept 14
Broadway is returning, and three of the biggest shows in history aren’t sparing a moment in getting back to the stage. Hamilton, The Lion King, and Wicked all announced their planned returns this week, taking the stage on the first day that New York will allow productions this fall... Read more
California’s Pechango Casino Cancels All Events Through March 2021
The full slate of live entertainment events planned for the Pechanga Casino in Temecula, California has been postponed through at least the end of March, 2021, as coronavirus restrictions on live event attendance continue to confound the industry. Concerts and other events including a popular New Years Eve celebration... Read more
Hamilton in California, Maroon 5 in New York Headline Tickets on Sale
Fresh off the original Broadway production’s Disney+ debut, tickets to the touring company of Hamilton at Hollywood’s Pantages Theatree will be up for grabs, for shows beginning in April of next year. Nearly 200 performances are available for purchase, with dates extending into December of next year. Other highlights... Read more
Pechanga Resort Casino Reschedules Concert Slate to 2021
All events scheduled for the rest of 2020 at the Pechanga Resort Casino in Temecula, California have been postponed to 2021, officials announced this week. The news impacts 13 existing performances, with current tickets to be valid for the performances when they are rescheduled. “The health and safety of... Read more
Lollapalooza Decision To Come This Week, Per Chicago Mayor
As the summer months are approaching, Chicago festivalgoers are itching to know: will Lollapalooza still go on as planned? Right now, there has been no distinct answer from organizers regarding this year’s edition of the festival. Back in March, organizers delayed the announcement of its lineup noting that they... Read more
Ravinia Festival Cancels Season For First Time Since Great Depression
Each summer, Ravinia’s concert series lights up Illinois’ Highland Park, however, as the coronavirus pandemic rages on, organizers had to call off this year’s celebration. Ravinia has operated annually since 1904 – aside for three years amid the Great Depression – and is named the oldest outdoor music festival... Read more
‘Hamilton’ Closes In Chicago Following $400 Million-Run
Hamilton proved to be the biggest show in Chicago, but now, after the three-year run, its closing in the city. Last night, the show closed for a sold-out performance at the CIBC Theatre, and after three years, the play officially garnered over $400 million in gross sales at the... Read more
Bon Iver, Earth, Wind & Fire Lead Shows On Sale Wednesday
Shows from indie artist Bon Iver and soul legends Earth, Wind & Fire are among tickets going on sale Wednesday. Bon Iver’s most recent album i, i was just nominated for two Grammys, including one for Album of the Year. Justin Vernon will take the album on the road... Read more
Weekend Onsales Scattered With Summer Concert Series Tickets
The annual summer concert series at Chateau Ste Michelle Winery in Washington state is almost here, and consumers can finally grab tickets for top shows this weekend. This year’s concert series includes Rob Thomas, Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire, Norah Jones, Diana Krall, ZZ Top, the Steve Miller Band... Read more