TWENTY ONE PILOTS HELP REMOVE PASSED OUT FANS
Twenty One Pilots returned to the stage on Sept. 12 at O2 Arena in Brixton last week after over a year off, but a few of their fans couldn’t quite hang for the night. On two separate occasions during the evening, the band called out for security to help escort different concertgoers out of the arena after they passed out. In some fan footage, lead singer Tyler Joseph can be heard saying, “Security, we have someone in the middle there that needs to come out. If we could try to make a split down the middle for someone back there to the front, please.” Fifteen minutes later, Joseph asked the security to help out again. Check out the footage here.
JAMES TAYLOR ANNOUNCES 12 NIGHTS AT COLOSSEUM IN VEGAS
James Taylor has announced a mini residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. In 2019, James Taylor and His All-Star Band will play 12 nights between April 17 and May 11. The limited engagement will be presented by AEG Presents and Caesars Entertainment. The dates include April 17, 19, 20, 24, 26, 27 and May 1, 3, 4, 8, 10, and 11. The 12 show dates going on sale this Friday, Sept. 21 with tickets starting at $55. Online sales can be found at thecolosseum.com or ticketmaster.com.
GLENN LEHRMAN SAYS GOODBYE TO STUBHUB
StubHub’s global head of communications, Glenn Lehrman, has exited the company. Today (Sept. 17) is Lehrman’s final day with the StubHub. Lehrman has been with the secondary ticketer since 2010 and has announced he will move on to work with online shopping company, Wish, as their vp/head of communications. Lehrman will begin working for Wish as of Oct. 8. Prior to working at StubHub, Lehrman served as director for Rogers & Cowan.