SMG, Lauren Daigle, Freight & Salvage, Sonoma Fest, Pill Testing, Etc.

SMG, Lauren Daigle, Freight & Salvage, Sonoma Fest, Pill Testing, Etc.

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SMG recently celebrated is first Scottish venue opening, The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA), at a client evening hosted at the Shangri-La Hotel at The Shard in London.

One of North America’s most recognized venues for folk and Americana music, The Freight & Salvage in Berkeley. Calif., recently celebrated 50 years with a free music festival that included six acts on two stages on Addison Street.

Speaking of festivals, the first Sonoma Harvest Music Festival, produced by BottleRock’s Latitude 38, took place Sept. 22 at B.R., Cohn Winery in Glen Ellen, Calif., drawing 3,000 to see acts like The Suffers, Shovels & Rope and headliners The Avett Brothers.

Global News commentator and 102.1 the Edge broadcaster Alan Cross weighs in on the recent Ticketmaster controversy.

Live Nation is offering Scandinavian Airlines EuroBonus members advance tickets to concerts.

Pill testing at festivals is under debate in Australia, with newly elected Premier Gladys Berejiklian advocating no and the MamaMia website advocating yes.

The Associated Press has an interesting day-in-the-life profile of backstage concierge Alene Day

Lauren Daigle has made history by being the first Christian artist to top all five of Billboard’s core Christian charts simultaneously.

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