Bono Adds New Dates to “Stories of Surrender” in NY
Bono announced the second leg of his “Stories of Surrender” book tour in support of his new memoir titled “Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story”. His 2023 spring residency at New York’s Beacon Theatre will see a run of eight dates beginning on Sunday, April 16. All dates and links... Read more
New York, New York Announces Broadway Dates for Spring 2023
The legendary duo John Kander and his late partner Fred Ebb’s stage musical New York, New York begins performances on Broadway March 24, 2023 ahead of its official opening on April 26, 2023 at Broadway’s St. James Theatre. The Broadway show will be directed and choreographed by five-time Tony... Read more
Lin-Manuel Miranda Bringing “New York, New York” to Broadway
A stage adaptation of the famous New York, New York musical film is coming to Broadway with numbers created for the film by the legendary duo John Kander and his late partner Fred Ebb, and direction & choreography by Susan Stroman, according to Deadline. The performances are reported to... Read more
Metallica, Mariah Carey Anchor Global Citizen Central Park Bill
Metallica, Mariah Carey, The Jonas Brothers and more have been announced as headlining performers at the annual Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park. The tenth year of the festival will take place on September 24, and will be hosted by actress Priyanka Chopra Jonas, a Global Citizen... Read more
New York Ticketing Law Banning “Drip Fees” Signed by Gov. Kathy Hochul
Updates to the New York ticketing law for live events were signed into law this week by Gov. Kathy Hochul, bringing several changes to the arts and cultural affairs laws of the state that will be in place through at least 2025. Changes to the current ticketing ecosystem in... Read more
New York Passes Ticketing Law Adding “All-In” Pricing Requirement
New York’s legislature Thursday voted to approve changes to the arts and culture laws surrounding live event ticketing, adding a requirement that ticket sellers use “all-in” pricing up front with consumers that include all fees to be charged. Other changes on tap with the laws include a requirement that... Read more
Harry Styles to Help Open UBS Arena in New York November 28
Harry Styles will serve as the grand opening concert for the new UBS Arena in New York, closing out his Love On Tour run on November 28. The announcement of the performance came just prior to the singer’s “Harryween” shows over the weekend at Madison Square Garden. Tickets for... Read more
Erie DA Investigating COVID Paperless Ticketing Snafu in New York
Officials in Erie County, New York are investigating the legality of the current paperless ticketing situation in New York, which has left many consumers with tickets they can’t use, list for resale, or even give away for upcoming events. Consumers have complained over restrictions on how they can have... Read more
NYC Plans “Homecoming Week” Concerts in All Five Boroughs
New York City is planning a five concert celebration of its reopening, part of NYC Homecoming Week in August as the metropolis continues to get back to normal following the lengthy COVID shutdown. Each of the city’s five boroughs will host a concert, culminating in the already announced Central... Read more
New York Passes Ticketing Rights Law Extension; Is New Jersey Next?
With just weeks to go before the law defining New York’s ticketing rights landscape was set to expire, the Assembly and Senate agreed on a one-year extension of the current law, which was signed by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Monday. This extends the currently existing protections for ticket holders... Read more