That Live Nation-Ticketmaster Merger Looks as Shady as Everyone Suspected
The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating Live Nation for antitrust violations which, yeah, everyone basically figured would be the case.
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Radiohead 'Appalled' Court Stayed Charges Over Toronto Stage Collapse Death
'This is an insult to Scott Johnson, his parents and our crew.’
Watch Miguel Find His Roots on the Pacific Coast of Mexico
From the second installment of 'Earthworks,' a documentary series that follows artists on travels all over the world.
Here's a 13-Minute Clip of Animal Collective Searching for Sounds in the Brazilian Rainforest
It's taken from 'Earthworks,' a new documentary series that follows artists on remarkable journeys around the world.
Live Nation to Offer $799 All-Access Pass to Over 90 Festivals Worldwide
Including EDC Las Vegas, Creamfields, and Bonnaroo.
Okay, Jeremih Has Finally Been Kicked off of His Tour with PARTYNEXTDOOR
That’s what happens when you (allegedly) send a body double out in a hoodie to play your shows.
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Coroner Confirms Three Deaths at HARD Summer 2016 as MDMA-Related
Two women and one man died at the festival, which was held in Fontana, California from July 30-31.
TSA Pre-Check Members Can Now Skip Long Lines at Some Live Nation Festivals
The service will be available at concerts and festivals across the country.
Families of Two Women Who Died at HARD Summer Sue Live Nation
Emily Tran and Katie Dix died due to drug intoxication during the festival's 2014 and 2015 editions, respectively.
There's a High Likelihood Ticketmaster Just Gave You Free Tickets
Free tickets can be used at events and venues determined at Live Nation's discretion.
Live Nation Will Reportedly Acquire Governors Ball
The live events operator is reportedly in the final stages of talks to purchase a majority stake in Founders Entertainment, the independent production company that puts on Governors Ball.
Squamish Valley Music Festival 2016 has Been Cancelled
The annual event in British Columbia released a statement this week apologizing.