Live music fans rejoice; Asheville’s beloved River Arts District music venue The Grey Eagle is set to emerge from winter hibernation this Thursday, April 1st. Following a short pandemic-induced hiatus, the city’s longest running live music establishment is ready to shake the frost off its bones and welcome fans back to its flagship location with heightened safety measures and a stacked calendar of socially distanced events on the horizon.
Newark Symphony Hall (NSH), New Jersey’s largest Black-led arts and entertainment venue, today announced that the City of Newark’s Arts and Cultural Affairs Director, fayemi shakur, has been elected chair of the hall’s 19-member board of directors. At NSH, shakur will provide strategic fundraising and programming counsel on community programs, virtual events and ongoing racial justice initiatives.
Today VENUE GROUP, the forward-thinking global entertainment and hospitality group founded and led by Ben Lovett of Mumford & Sons and his partners, are sharing their 15-month timeline for the spring opening of Huntsville’s new Amphitheater.
Construction is now underway for the state-of-the-art Amphitheater in Huntsville and momentum is really picking up with doors of this iconic venue set to open April 2022.
The Green Book Landmark Celebrates 50 Years of Black Entrepreneurism in Asheville’s Southside Neighborhood
A three year revitalization project taking place inside of Asheville, North Carolina’s historic Southside neighborhood has come to fruition with the opening of SoundSpace @ Rabbit’s, the city’s first public access music rehearsal facility.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continued to ravage the live music industry, venues like Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side in Denver, CO struggled to come up with ways of staying afloat while engaging our lifelong patrons. Knowing that Colorado hosts an abundance of uber-talented graphic designers, we launched a design contest with cash prizes for new Cervantes’ merchandise designs.
New Orleans’ world famous music venue Tipitina’s, today, announces SAVE TIP’S, a free live streamed event benefiting the historic venue during the pandemic shutdown. An innovative livestream and fundraising event, the three+ hour event will take place on Saturday, November 14th at 9PM EST/8PM CST/6PM PST and will feature performances and exclusive backstage content from more than 35 of the most legendary musicians to ever grace the stage at Tipitina’s.
A new independently produced documentary, “If These Walls Could Talk” looks back at the legacy behind Columbus, Ohio-based The Agora/Newport Music Hall, America’s longest continually running rock club, as it celebrates 50 years in 2020. Ohio is no stranger to music history as home of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, world famous musicians of all genres and some of the most famous venues in the U.S.
The Infamous Stringdusters last week announced a fresh batch of livestream shows, taking place at the Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO on October 2-4, 2020. In solidarity with the hard hit independents have taken due to the impact of COVID-19 on the industry, the band is very pleased to announce a direct partnership with 60 venues and promoters in part of the aforementioned livestream event.