LA, New York Mayors Give Timeline For Return Of Live Events
Only months ago, New York and Los Angeles were the country’s biggest markets for sports and live events. Now, they are struggling as hot spots for COVID-19, combining for a death toll upwards of 12,000 among over 125,000 cases. As lockdowns remain in place and healthcare workers work to... Read more
New York, Los Angeles Order Concert Venues To Close Over COVID-19
In the midst of panic, fear, and isolation, New York City and Los Angeles are closing down its doors to live event spaces out of precaution. On Sunday night, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered all movie theaters, nightclubs, small theaters, and concert venues to close starting... Read more
Hamilton Tickets Serve as Perfect (Unethical) Gifts for LA Lawmakers
As Hamilton continues its dominant run across American theatre and culture at large, the musical also continues to spark headlines and minor controversy wherever it goes. Whether it’s outrageous prices for Hamilton tickets on both the primary and secondary market, insider back-doors programmed to allow certain individuals to access... Read more
LA Chargers, Rams to Charge Eye-Watering PSL Fees for Premium Seats
With a colossally expensive stadium in the works, it’s no surprise that the Rams and Chargers will be charging fans Personal Seat License (PSL) money to secure spots in the new building. But the numbers, as reported last week, are pretty jaw-dropping. A personal seat license at Hollywood Park... Read more
Maroon 5 Sells Concert Tickets for $2.22
In an effort to promote their new album, Red Pill Blues, and a North American tour that kicks off next May, Maroon 5 set up a vending machine that sold cassette tapes and concert tickets for $2.22 each – a reference to Adam Levine’s record label called 222. Yes... Read more
Could Stadium Delay in California Move the 2021 Super Bowl?
Heavy rains have been fantastic news in California, as the state has been able to recover from a lengthy drought after the spring soaking. But it could spell trouble for one of the marquee events on the calendar – the Super Bowl – in 2021. Officials related to the... Read more