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J Balvin to Debut New Track With ‘Fortnite’ Performance On Halloween

“This show is going to be incredibly special, and nothing like users have seen so far,” Epic Games head of global partnerships Nate Nanzer said. “J Balvin was the perfect partner to work with to create an unforgettable show as his music appeal is boundless. We are honored to work with him and bring his music...

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Billie Eilish Reveals Brand-New Details About Her Upcoming Livestream Concert

The event will include an hour-long pre-show & virtual interactions with 500 pre-selected fans. As the anticipation builds for Billie Eilish‘s first major livestreaming concert endeavor, “Where Do We Go? The Livestream,” the Grammy-winning superstar has revealed more details on what to expect from the show, which airs live from Los Angeles on Saturday. That includes...

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Veteran Agents Use Profit-Sharing Model to Launch Arrival Artists

Arrival Artists is the latest project to emerge optimistic as the COVID-19 pandemic pummels the live music industry and brings major music agencies to a standstill. But the disruption to the business also provides a moment to reflect on the limitations within the current agency business and to also develop new models that could potentially...

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Semmel Concerts Postpones Hans Zimmer European Tour to 2022

Zimmer, in a statement, said “we are all convinced that this is the only way to offer you, as well as us, a great and safe live tour for everyone.” Germany, like other European countries, has suffered a fresh wave of COVID-19 cases over the past few weeks that have led to new lockdown measures...

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Miami Club Caught LIV In Power Struggle over COVID-19

The puppeteer behind the parties and arguably the king of South Beach’s nightlife scene, LIV owner David Grutman, stopped by a few months ago to look at new upholstery, but he mostly stays away from the club at the center of his hospitality empire. “I cried real tears,” the 46-year-old Grutman said of his last...

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In Mexico, the World’s Third-Largest Concert Promoter Prepares For Live Music’s Return

Alejandro Soberón Kuri talks growth, global trends and the company’s near-deal with Live Nation. Alejandro Soberón Kuri founded OCESA in 1990 to establish Mexico as an obligatory tour stop for international artists. He ended up building a global concert powerhouse third only to Live Nation and AEG. “Mexico may not be the third-biggest country in...

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Touring In a Pandemic: How Country Artists Have Been Leading the Way

Plus, though streaming revenue for country artists is climbing as more fans adapt to the medium, country numbers still lag significantly behind R&B/hip and pop streaming, making touring an even more important source of revenue. With the live industry unlikely to reopen in any meaningful way until late 2021 or even 2022, the country music...

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Event Designer Bobby Garza in Austin, in a Pandemic: ‘I Hope We Get Smarter About the Things We’re Doing’

You mentioned you had some news to share about your contract work with the Long Center in Austin. I do. The Long Center’s announcing a collaborative partnership with Luck Reunion — Willie Nelson‘s property in Luck, Texas, which has started a series of shows around South by Southwest and they’ve got a film crew that’s...

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UBS Arena Boosts Leadership Team With Mark Shulman, Michael Sciortino and Others

UBS Arena, the soon-to-be home of the New York Islanders, and its management company New York Arena Partners, have announced a number of strategic hirings, including former AEG/Bowery Presents senior vp Mark Shulman as the facility’s svp, resident of programming. Also joining the team are Michael Sciortino who will serve as svp of operations and assistant...

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Class Acts: Grounded Touring Artists Turn to Virtual Lessons to Pay the Bills

“A lot of artists are making a living wage, and more, for sure,” Brownstein says. “But it’s work. You have to put the work in on the marketing side, just the same as if you’re going out on tour.” The pandemic has cut off the $5.5 billion worldwide touring industry, stranding artists big and small...

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