A ‘roaring era’ for concerts and live events is coming, says Live Nation CEO


Chris Robinson and Rich Robinson of The Black Crowes perform onstage to kick off the “Shake Your Money Maker” tour to a sold out crowd at Ascend Amphitheater on July 20, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Live Nation)

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After a year with almost no live shows, Live Nation’s Ticketmaster just had one of its best months ever in North America, a sign that audiences are ready to venture outside the home for events even with the new Covid delta variant surging.

On Tuesday, the world’s largest live-entertainment company reported second-quarter earnings that saw revenue climb to $575.9 million, up 677%…

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