Jerry Seinfeld, Don Barber, Coachella, Etc.

Jerry Seinfeld, Don Barber, Coachella, Etc.

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A man is suing Jerry Seinfeld, claiming he created “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee,” but Eriq Gardner’s article in The Hollywood Reporter has an added bonus: an intricate look into why some media outlets avoid reporting pro se complaints.

Syracuse rock legend Don Barber, 75, founder of 60s rock band Don Barber &  The Dukes, died from injuries suffered in an all-terrain vehicle accident May 26.

Goldenvoice has announced next year’s dates for Coachella: April 12-14 and April 19-21.

For that matter, Insomniac has announced the dates for Nocturnal Wonderland 2018, taking place at Glen Helen Park in San Bernardino, Calif.: Sept. 14-15.

Ah heck, while we’re at it: BottleRock Napa Valley returns next year May 24-26.

Venue News: European event contractor Arena Group is currently on course to build scaffolding at Le Golf National golf course in Paris for the Ryder Cup, according to Pan Stadia magazine.

Qatari firm HBK Contracting Company has been awarded the main works contract for the 40,000-seat Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, the first fully demountable FIFA World Cup stadium in history, according to Pan Stadia magazine.

EFL League 2 club Northampton Town FC in the UK has agreed to a naming rights partnership with company PTS and its Sixfields Stadium will be renamed the PTS Academy Stadium for five years starting June 1, according to Pan Stadia magazine.

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