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The Mandalay Bay resort, the concert organizer and the manufacturer of bump stocks are named as defendants in the massacre that killed 58 people.
"We cannot in good conscience risk our fans’ safety by proceeding with tonight’s concert," the band said.
What happens when public safety concerns mean artists and venues no longer can get insurance?
If you want to laugh, here are the dates for the Oddball Comedy and Curiosity Festival. Two of the comedians, Kyle Dunnigan
“I realized there had to be something more. This emptiness and lack of fulfillment I was feeling -- there had to be something more.”
Making it happen. Getting it done. Those are traits I admire, and this week they are on full display at Live Nation in an announcement made by Billy Corgan and the Smashing Pumpkins.
"There are venues that go hand-in-hand with their operators, and the Greek is one of them. You can't say Greek without saying Nederlander. It's Nederlander that has brought the Greek again to be a world class venue over the last decade."
Powerhouse band Panic! At the Disco brought their signature complex multi-leveled sound and pounding beat to the Greek Theater in Los Angeles this summer, keeping the SRO crowd on their feet with their current hits as well as old favorites
Iman, Bowie's wife, confused the matter by hinting at an upcoming tour in March, candidly discussing how the family would
The Summer Solstice was greeted Friday night by a duo of rock'n roll staples at San Francisco's newest (semi-permanent) venue, the America's Cup Pavilion (Pier 23).
In a press release furnished by Insomniac, CEO Pasquale Rotella says it seemed like a smart opportunity. "Bringing Insomniac's
Madonna has signed a three-album deal with Interscope in which she will earn a base of $1 million per record. The pop star's
For a company whose contractual ties with superstars and whose dominant grip on the ticket market once seemed like a license
With Yellowcard's release of the acoustic version of their critically-acclaimed album When You're Through Thinking, Say Yes last week, it only proved that Yellowcard is indeed back.
The Atlanta gathering has been on hiatus since 2006, but returns this weekend with a lineup that will remind festivalgoers why this fest was so influential during its heyday in the late 1990s.