Hypebot reports that Honda is surely not new to music or to youth with, for instance, the Honda Civic Tour now in its 13th year. However, they do appear to be upping things with their new Honda Stage program that comprises partnership efforts with Clear Channels’ iHeartRadio, REVOLT, Live Nation, Vevo and YouTube. Read More one comment
Hypebot reports that Live Nation is working with Facebook to introduce a new Events tab for artists. Their Live Nation shows will now be routinely made accessible on the Facebook page of participating artists. . Read More
Hypebot reports that Live Nation is on the verge of taking over two artist management companies, Principle Management and Maverick, for $30 Million. Principle Management is managed by U2’s longtime manager Paul McGuinness while Guy Oseary, the manager of Madonna, manages Maverick. Live Nation has a history of having long term concert promotion agreements with both artists. . Read More
Hybebot reports that Live Nation has acquired a controlling stake in one of the best known U.S. festivals, Voodoo Music & Arts Experience. “I am grateful for the opportunity to join the Live Nation team. Our outlooks on the festival market are aligned and we look to grow the Live Nation festival roster over the coming years.” said Stephen Rehage. . Read More one comment
It's been less than 48 hours since it was publicly announced that Irving Azoff is parting ways with Live Nation, the company he led after creating Front Line, the world's largest artist management company, selling it to Ticketmaster, and merging with Live Nation, and there is no shortage of coverage and commentary on why he left and what he'll do next. . Read More
Los Angeles - Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE: LYV) announced on Monday
that it will acquire the remaining stake in artist management firm Front Line
Management it did not already own, from founder Irving Azoff and Madison Square
Garden, in a deal valued at $116.2 million.
“Through this transaction we
will further simplify and consolidate our operating structure,” said Live
Nation president and CEO Michael Rapino.
“By acquiring full ownership of
Front Line, we expect to benefit from substantial savings related to cash
taxes, the elimination of the dividend and operating [...].
Los Angeles - Live Nation (NYSE: LYV) announced on Friday that its
Ticketmaster division will acquire ServiCaixa, the largest ticket retailer in
Spain, from Spanish financial services firm la Caixa.
Financial terms of the
transaction were not disclosed.
The deal will create the largest ticketing
company in Spain, through the combination of Ticketmaster Spain — formerly
known as TickTackTicket — and ServiCaxia, also known as Serviticket.
also allow Ticketmaster to offer tickets through la Caxia’s network of 8,100
ATM machines in the country.