Washington Commanders Settle MD Lawsuit Over Ticket Deposits
The Washington Commanders settled a lawsuit with Maryland’s Attorney General over the withholding of deposits that season ticket holders were owed. The team will return the deposits to consumers who have not yet received them back as required, and also pay a $250,000 settlement. Maryland AG Brian E. Frosh... Read more
Commanders Sued by D.C. Attorney General Over Ticket Money
Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine announced a lawsuit against the Washington Commanders for cheating season ticket holders out of deposit money that should have been returned. The lawsuit is the second Racine’s office has filed against Pro Football Inc., the company that operates the NFL franchise, in two... Read more
D.C.’s Nationals Park Permitted to Operate Concerts Through 2023
A long-time dispute, spanning 14 years, between the District of Columbia and Events DC which operates the Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. has been temporarily settled by an extension of a temporary permit to operate live events through the end of 2023. Opened in 2008, the stadium was operating... Read more
Citi Open Tennis Announces SeatGeek as Ticketing Partner
Citi Open has announced SeatGeek as its official ticketing partner in a multi-year deal that begins with the 2022 tournament, set for July 30-August 7 in Washington, D.C. The tennis tournament is SeatGeek’s first ATP 500 partner, and its second tennis tournament, joining the Atlanta Open. “Since taking over... Read more