BOB WEIR & WOLF BROS SET NEW 2019 TOUR DATES
Bob Weir and Wolf Bros will hit the road together for select dates in 2019. The 20-date U.S. tour will kick off Feb. 28 in Ithaca, New York and run through March 30 in Charleston, South Carolina. The trio, featuring Weir, Don Was and Jay Lane will continue to play Grateful Dead staples following their sold-out run of dates in Fall of 2018. The tour will hit Michigan, Ohio, Minnesota, New Jersey and Texas. Presale ticket access will be available for the tour through Ticketmaster Verified Fan, where fans can begin registering today. The band has once again partnered with CID Entertainment to offer the Enhanced Fan Experience. This guarantees a seat in the first 10 rows, access to soundcheck, an exclusive VIP poster, premium merchandise, and a commemorative show ticket. More details here.
BANC OF CALIFORNIA STADIUM NAMES STEVE TADLOCK AS EVP AND GM
President of Banc of California Stadium Entertainment and evp of LAFC Sports Adam Friedman announced today (Jan. 14) that sports and entertainment executive Steve Tadlock has been named evp and general manager of Banc of California Stadium. Tadlock brings three decades of experience to the leadership and managerial role including 18 years at SMG Worldwide. Prior to joining BOCS, Tadlock served as regional vp of stadiums, arenas and theaters for SMG in Fresno, Calif. where he oversaw nine general managers and 14 venues in the U.S. and Canada.
SONIC TEMPLE FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES COMEDY LINEUP
Andrew Dice Clay, spoken word artist and former Rollins Band / Black Flag frontman Henry Rollins, and comic Pauly Shore have been announced for Sonic Temple Art + Music Festival’s comedy lineup. The SiriusXM Comedy & Spoken Word Tent at the inaugural festival will also feature sets from guitarist and activist Tom Morello, Pussy Riot member Nadya and comedian and actress Eleanor Kerrigan. Mark Normand, Shapel Lacey, Carmen Lynch, Craig Gass, Bill Squire, Joe Deuce and Adrian Cosby who will perform alongside musical acts Foo Fighters, System Of A Down and Disturbed at the May 17-19 festival in Columbus, Ohio.