Live Nation adding Bald Hill Amphitheatre to portfolio
Industry-leading live event producer and ticket seller, Live Nation, is adding another top venue to its growing portfolio of Long Island locations: the Amphitheatre at Bald Hill in Farmingville. The addition is part of its deal to work alongside Long Island Events LLC as its “exclusive” promoter.
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This is good news for Farmingville residents, as it means that more rock and pop concerts are incoming. The Amphitheatre has a 7,000 person capacity and is a long established gig venue – and music fans will be hoping Live Nation makes it even more popular than before. John Caracciolo, Long Island Events CEO, mentioned this very fact in a statement, saying:
“Live Nation and their New York team have been long time associates of ours and we look forward to our future plans together to make The Amphitheater at Bald Hill an even better and more exciting concert and events center for all Long Island residents and visitors.”
The partners have already made plans for a variety of improvements, including more food and drink venues. They’ve also lined up a bevvy of popular artists to play the Amphitheatre this summer, including Billy Currington, The Beach Boys, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, and the Generation X Tour featuring Buckcherry, P.O.D. and Lit.
Alan Ostfield, president of Live Nation North Atlantic, said: “We couldn’t be more excited to join our partners at Long Island Events to bring a wide variety of shows to the amphitheater to compliment the great work John and his team at My Country 96.1 have been doing for years. By joining forces, we look forward to bringing Long Islanders even more of the music they love.”
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