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01 October

The Killers invited Sammy Hagar and Pearl Jam‘s Eddie Vedder onstage to sing covers of Tom Petty and Van Halen songs during their Ohana Festival set on Friday (September 29). READ MORE: The Killers at Reading Festival 2023: pure Vegas showmanship – and a teen drum sensation Brandon Flowers and co. were performing at Vedder’s annual […]

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29 September

Glastonbury has shared details about when tickets for the 2024 festival will go on sale – find all the information below. Next year’s edition of the Worthy Farm event is due to take between June 26-30. This morning (September 29), organisers confirmed that the first batches of tickets will go on sale in early November. […]

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28 September

A study by music industry directory ROSTR and IQ has broken down the lineups of 50 European festivals to explore trends around gender splits, headliner longevity and agency representation. The full analysis appears in issue 122 of IQ, which is out now. Among its key findings, the report revealed that 64% of all solo acts during […]

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27 September

Major agents and festival promoters at this week’s International Festival Forum (IFF) in London agreed that 2023 has given them much cause for optimism but have warned there are issues to overcome. Last-minute artist cancellations, rising ticket and production costs, decreasing numbers of Generation Z attendees, and severe weather conditions remain huge hurdles to clear, […]

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26 September

Wasserman Music booked the most artists across Europe’s 2023 festival summer and CAA booked the most headliners, according to new analysis of 50 major festivals by music industry directory ROSTR and IQ. In total, 4,700 artists took to stages across the 50 festivals, with the majority of artists represented by 34 agencies and Wasserman Music, […]

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25 September

Global Citizen Festival has garnered $240 million in commitments from France and Norway to address the global hunger crisis. Red Hot Chili Peppers, Ms. Lauryn Hill and Jung Kook of BTS headlined the festival on the Great Lawn of Central Park, in New York City, on Saturday (23 September). The 2023 edition saw major progress […]

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23 September

Glastonbury booker Emily Eavis appears to have confirmed the day tickets for next year’s edition of the festival will go on sale. Eavis was asked on Instagram by a fan when they could expect tickets to go on sale and confirmed that they will be available from November 5. She added that “all the info […]

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21 September

Mexican singer-songwriter Peso Pluma has cancelled his October concert in Tijuana following death threats from local drug cartel members. The 14 October performance, which was set for the 33,333-capacity Estadio Caliente stadium in Mexico, was cancelled yesterday in an announcement by Pluma’s record labels, Double P Records and Prajin Music Group. Both labels posted the […]

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21 September

Alibaba Group’s movie division is paying US$167m to take a majority stake in Pony Media Holdings, the parent company of promoter Damai, which produces concerts, festivals, theatrical events, exhibitions, and sporting events across mainland China. The South China Morning Post reports that Alibaba Pictures filed details of the deal with Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing […]

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20 September

Adelaide’s The Drive will once again host live music after a hiatus of 13 years, according to an announcement from Ticketmaster Australia and Tennis SA. Following a recent $48 million redevelopment, the South Australia venue can now host concerts with up to 7,000 attendees. Working alongside promoters Live Nation and Zaccaria, Sir Tom Jones will […]

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