Foxwoods Casino Resumes Entertainment at Indoor Theater
Connecticut’s Foxwoods Casino has reopened its largest indoor entertainment venue at 25 percent capacity. Performances resumed this month for the first time since March at the Grand Theater, thanks in part to the state entering phase three of its reopening. “We have been intricately planning how to safely resume... Read more
Connecticut Venues Allowed to Reopen After Surprise Announcement from Governor
Concert venues and other arts spaces will be allowed to open as early as October 8 in Connecticut, following a surprise announcement by Governor Ned Lamont last week. Shuttered since March in one of the states hit hardest by the pandemic in its early phases, some organizers plan to... Read more
Connecticut To Allow Outdoor Concerts As State Reopens Next Week
Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont released Sector Rules for fully reopening the state next week amid the coronavirus pandemic. Since news of the virus first broke in the state, manufacturing, construction, real estate, utilities, some retail, child care, and hospitals have remained open, as they’ve been dubbed “essential businesses.” Late... Read more
Business Owners Sue in Connecticut over Covid-19 Closures
While federal and state officials spar over the pace at which to “reopen” the economy and get Americans back to their regular routines, at least one lawsuit has been filed over the ongoing closures imposed on the public due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Two business owners in Connecticut have... Read more
LiveNation Brings New Music Venue to Bridgeport, CT
The Ball Park at Harbor Yard, home to professional baseball’s Bridgeport Bluefish, is cutting ties with the team to venture into live concerts, according to the CT Post. Mayor Joe Ganim saw the 5,300-seat ballpark built during his first administration in 1998. Now, some twenty years later, Ganim has... Read more
Industry Testimony Against Connecticut Ticket Protections Riddled With Inconsistencies
In January of 2018, residents of Connecticut will be the beneficiaries of new consumer protections related to their right to re-sell tickets purchased for events in the state, as well as rights related to tickets purchased on the secondary market. In a measure supported by a coalition of bipartisan... Read more