Live Nation Shows Off Its Denver Renos, Ian McKellen Hits The Road, Etc.

Live Nation Shows Off Its Denver Renos, Ian McKellen Hits The Road, Etc.

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Live Nation has been renovating its Denver properties the Fillmore Auditorium, The Summit and The Marquis Theater and Westword took a photographer to all of them and compiled a slideshow capturing everything from the bars to the bathrooms.

The Float Fest Music Festival in Seguin, Texas, which last year featured Tame Impala, Bassnectar, Snoop Dogg and Modes Mouse, has been denied a permit by the Guadalupe County Commissioners Court because of the condition of the two-lane road used for ingress/egress but it appears to “bump in the road” as it were as appeals are on the way.

Rock-n-rollers aren’t the only ones going on tour: 80-year-old Ian McKellen is going on an 80-venue solo tour, starting at London’s The Space yesterday and ending Sept. 15 at the National Theatre’s Olivier, of the UK to raise funds for theatres.

The Light The Way Christian Music Festival, a free Christian music concert that draws 21,000 in Rogersville, Mo., is moving to the east side of Jamestown Plaza for the first time for the July 12-13 rendition.

Ticket prices for the Super Bowl continue to drop, from $8,130 to $6,565, but the trend is following a similar pattern to 2018 and 2017.

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