The USA Concert and Live Event Industry Unites to Offer Collective COVID-19 Vaccination Infrastructure and Staff

In a letter to recently sworn-in President Joseph Biden today AEG, Bandit Lites, Broadway League, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM), Live Nation, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), the National Independent Talent Organization (NITO), the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), Oak View Group (OVG), and We Make Events formally offered their venues, staff, and expertise to the COVID-19 vaccination effort. The live event industry is in a unique position to help – the pandemic has fully shuttered operations, leaving venues empty and the furloughed crowd-management oriented staff who operate them eager to help out and get back to work.

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The Rolling Stones Have Postponed Their Entire “No Filter” Tour

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) Pandemic, The Rolling Stones have postponed their entire “No Filter” tour dates upcoming for May, June and into July. The tour was sponsored by AEG/Concerts West and they are asking ticket holders to hang on to their tickets and await furth announcements. We’ll bring you the news of the reschedule soon. Continue reading

Live Nation and AEG Suspends All Tours and Shows Over Coronavirus Fears


Live Nation and AEG, the two ticket agencies and primary large venue owners and biggest concert promoters in the world, have released a statement instructing its touring shows to prepare to return home in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. They have teamed with other major players in the entertainment world as well to release a joint statement, obtained by Rolling Stone, executives from Live Nation, AEG, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), William Morris Endeavor (WME), Paradigm and United Talent Agency (UTA) said they are working together to develop best practices to safeguard artists, fans and staff in the concert industry.Continue reading

Coachella and Stagecoach Festivals Officially Postponed Until October

In a story we are following, The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, a.k.a. Coachella, and its sister Country music festival, Stagecoach Festival, have officially been postponed from April to October amid panic over the coronavirus outbreak. The event, which was set to take place in Indio, California, on the weekends of April 10th and April 17th, will now take place over of October 9th and October 16th. Fans seeking a total refund will be notified on Friday, 3/13/2020. The lineup was set to include headlining performances from Rage Against The Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean. In a Twitter post, Goldenvoice, the AEG subsidiary that organizes the festival, said: “At the direction of the County of Riverside and local health authorities, we must sadly confirm the rescheduling of Coachella and Stagecoach due to COVID-19 concerns. While this decision comes at a time of universal uncertainty, we take the safety and health of our guests, staff and community very seriously. We urge everyone to follow the guidelines and protocols put forth by public health officials.Continue reading

Ozzy Osbourne Gets First Win In Lawsuit Against AEG

According to published reports, a judge last week rejected a bid by AEG to stop Ozzy Osbourne from pursuing an antitrust lawsuit. Ozzy has alleged that AEG is using a practice called “block-booking” to force him to perform at the Staples Center in Los Angeles against his wishes. This is not a final or decisive move but is the first of many steps that will either lead to a dismissal, settlement or victory for either side. Continue reading

Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, A Day To Remember, Stone Sour, Halestorm And More booked For High Elevation Festival 2017

Once again ready to take over and rock Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, High Elevation Rock Festival 2017 has been announced. Headlined by Korn, Five Finger Death Punch, A Day To Remember, Stone Sour, Halestorm, the fest will be a two-day event takes place Friday, September 22nd and Saturday, September 23rd, after last year’s smash success. Pre-sale tickets on sale tomorrow, April 19th. More details below: Continue reading

Set Times Revealed For 2016 Rock On The Range Festival


The set times have been announced for the 2016 ‘Rock On The Range’ festival which takes place May

20-22nd at the MAPFRE Stadium in Columbus, OH. The festival is sold out for the fourth year in a row. You can plan your festival weekend accordingly below:

May 20th:

Monster Main Stage:

09:35pm: Disturbed

07:55pm: Shinedown

06:15pm: A Day To Remember

04:15pm: SIXX:A.M.

03:30pm: Bullet For My Valentine

02:15pm: Sevendust

01:15pm: Sick Puppies

Megadeth, by Rick Triana Photography

Megadeth, by Rick Triana Photography

Stage Two:

07:10pm: Megadeth

05:40pm: Machine Gun Kelly

04:15pm: Asking Alexandria

02:55pm: Trivium

01:40pm: Enter Shikari

12:30pm: Avatar

11:45am: Monster Truck

Stage Three:

05:40pm: Butcher Babies

04:15pm: Memphis May Fire

02:55pm: Miss May I

01:40pm: Andrew Watt

12:30pm: We Came As Romans

11:45am: Cane Hill

ROTR Rolling Rock Comedy Tent:

07:20pm: Jay Mohr

07:00pm: Bethany Dwyer

06:45pm: Mike Baldwin

06:30pm: Jay Snyder

06:15pm: Adrian Cosby

Rob Zombie, by Melina D Photography

Rob Zombie, by Melina D Photography

Saturday, May 21st:

Monster Main Stage:

09:45pm: Rob Zombie

08:45pm: Five Finger Death Punch

06:15pm: HELLYEAH

04:55pm: Steel Panther

03:35pm: Pop Evil

02:20pm: Saint Asonia

01:10pm: P.O.D

Lamb of God, by Evil Robb Photography

Lamb of God, by Evil Robb Photography

Stage Two:

07:20pm: Lamb Of God

05:40pm: Ghost

04:20pm: Parkway Drive

03:30pm: Issues

01:45pm: Texas Hippie Coalition

12:35pm: Aranda

11:50pm: Lacey Strum

Stage Three:

05:40pm: Clutch

04:20pm: Crown The Empire

03:00pm: New Years Day

01:45pm: Wilson

12:35pm: Jelly Roll

11:50pm: Citizen Zero

ROTR Rolling Rock Comedy Tent:

07:00pm: Eddie Trunk, Don Jamieson & Jim Florentine from That Metal Show

06:30pm: Craig Gass

06:15pm: Madison Malloy

Deftones Musink 2016 Meg Burcina (8 of 12)

Deftones, by Meg Loyal Photography

Sunday, May 22nd:

Monster Main Stage:

09:20pm: Red Hot Chili Peppers

07:50pm: Deftones

06:10pm: Bring Me The Horizon

04:45pm: Wolfmother

03:25pm: Death From Above 1979

02:15pm: The Struts

01:05pm: Highly Suspect

Stage Two:

07:05pm: At The Drive-In

05:35pm: Pennywise

04:15pm: Anti-Flag

02:50pm: Red Sun Rising

01:40pm: Hands Like Houses

12:30pm: The Glorious Sons

11:45pm: Battle Of The bands Winner TBA

Stage Three:

05:35pm: Between The Buried & Me

04:10pm: The Sword

02:50pm: The Shrine

01:40pm: Wild Throne

12:30pm: Code Orange

11:45am: Silver Snakes

ROTR Rolling Rock Comedy Tent:

07:30pm: Big Jay Oakerson

07:10pm: Nate Bargatze

06:55pm: Billy Squire

06:40pm: Jay Armstrong

06:25pm: Chad Zumock

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