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  • Ticket alert: Coral Skies Music Festival at Cruzan

    Ticket alert: Coral Skies Music Festival at Cruzan
    Because you can never have too much good outdoor music during what passes for fall in South Florida, Live Nation has created the Coral Skies Music Festival, a kaleidoscope of youthful acts gathering Oct. 26 at the Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach....
  • Big sale: $20 tickets for Cruzan Amphitheatre concerts

    Big sale: $20 tickets for Cruzan Amphitheatre concerts
    Live Nation Florida on Tuesday put a $20 tag on nine of its top summer concerts  at the Cruzan Amphitheatre, including Brad Paisley, Lionel Richie/CeeLo Green, Kings of Leon and Nine Inch Nails/Soundgarden. The tickets are available at...
  • MiTú Hires Machinima's Jeff Mayo as SVP Business and Revenue Operations

    Latino multichannel network MiTú named Jeff Mayo, formerly VP of sales and advertising operations at Machinima, as SVP of business and revenue operations. In addition, MiTú announced two other hires: Daniel Batista, previously head of strategic...
  • Weekend preview: Last-minute July 4 independence

    Weekend preview: Last-minute July 4 independence
    This is the time of year that Brooklyn-based musician Jacob Jeffries returns to his roots to teach South Florida students the art of collaboration. This time, he arrives with new music and an even sharper appreciation for the value of teamwork....
  • Made in America producers offer $850,000 for L.A. festival costs

    Made in America producers offer $850,000 for L.A. festival costs
    Live Nation, producer of Made in America, a two-day music festival slated to take place Aug. 30-31 at Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles, is offering to pay $850,000 to cover city and county costs related to the event. The concert promoter and hip-hop...
  • When it comes to free tickets, City Hall should just say no

    How soon they forget. It was only three years ago that four Los Angeles City Council members — including Mayor Eric Garcetti, who was then a councilman — and former Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa were fined thousands of dollars for accepting...
  • Made in America festival: 5 things we learned from Day 1

    Made in America festival: 5 things we learned from Day 1
    The first day of the Made in America festival featured a diverse slate of acts (Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons, Capital Cities), pounding heat, snarled lines aplenty, busy porta johns, shirtless bros, girls in floppy hats and everything else that comes...
  • Made in America Philadelphia: Festival temporarily stalled by rain

    As festival-goers at the Los Angeles edition of the Budweiser Made in America fest sought relief from the heat Sunday, the Philadelphia edition of the two-day concert had to be temporarily halted due to severe weather. Two songs into Spoon’s 6 p....
  • Searing sets save Made in America L.A.

     Searing sets save Made in America L.A.
    What makes a good Southern California music festival? Quality acts, artfully selected, with pleasant surprises and an overarching vision. Easy access to essentials for enjoying — not just surviving — the daylong adventures. Accessible good...
  • Grand Park benefits Made in America, but is the reverse true?

    Grand Park benefits Made in America, but is the reverse true?
    Was Made in America more about bringing down barriers or putting them up? For Mayor Eric Garcetti, the two-day music festival, which wrapped up Sunday evening at downtown L.A.'s Grand Park, was a chance to advertise his interest in trimming red tape...
  • Made in America tests Grand Park, with mixed reviews from fans

    Made in America tests Grand Park, with mixed reviews from fans
    "Sing so loud Jay Z can hear it," Chance the Rapper hollered Sunday from one of two stages in front of Los Angeles City Hall. It was a reference to the hip-hop mogul and mastermind behind the two-day Budweiser Made in America festival, where established...