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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by squeegeethree View Post
    Well this is what happens well a historic venue with a historic poster scene is bought by a large corporation historically know as Ticketmaster You see that even with a total revenue of 5.82 billion, Live Nation Entertainment's net income is in the red and their profit margins are in the negative. So you can see your poster really is more than they can bare ATM. It's nothing personal you just caught them on a bad day/year/decade.
    Well said. Here's a list of Live Nation venues (per wikipedia). If you're doing a poster for any of these, I would double check to make sure they're not decorating their dumpsters:

    PNC Bank Arts Center
    Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
    NYCB Theatre at Westbury
    Irving Plaza
    Gramercy Theatre
    Roseland Ballroom
    Foxwoods Theatre
    San Manuel Amphitheater
    Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (Irvine)
    Gibson Amphitheatre
    Hollywood Palladium
    Wiltern Theatre
    Avalon Hollywood (booking only)
    First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
    Susquehanna Bank Center
    Tower Theater
    The TLA
    Boyd Theatre
    Gexa Energy Pavilion
    Shoreline Amphitheatre
    Sleep Train Pavilion
    Mountain Winery (booking only)
    The Fillmore
    Nob Hill Masonic Auditorium
    Cobb's Comedy Club
    Comcast Center
    Bank of America Pavilion
    Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood
    Chastain Park Amphitheatre
    The Tabernacle
    Jiffy Lube Live
    Warner Theatre
    Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (booking only)
    Verizon Wireless Theater
    The Fillmore Detroit
    Saint Andrew's Hall
    Ashley Furniture HomeStore Pavilion
    Comerica Theatre
    White River Amphitheatre
    Maryhill Winery (booking only)
    1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre
    Bayfront Park Amphitheater
    Pompano Beach Amphitheater
    The Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
    Revolution Live (booking only)
    Comfort Dental Amphitheatre
    Fillmore Auditorium
    Blossom Music Center
    Sleep Train Amphitheatre
    Chula Vista, California
    Wheatland, California
    Verizon Wireless Amphitheater (St. Louis)
    The Pageant (50%)
    Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (Charlotte)
    Road Runner Mobile Amphitheatre
    The Fillmore Charlotte
    First Niagara Pavilion
    Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion
    Red Hat Amphitheater (booking only)
    Klipsch Music Center formerly known as Verizon Wireless Music Center (Indiana)
    The Lawn at White River State Park (booking only)
    Murat Shrine
    Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre
    SDSU Open Air Theatre (booking only)
    Viejas Arena (booking only)
    The Comcast Theatre
    Rentschler Field (booking only)
    Mohegan Sun Arena (booking only)
    Oakdale Theatre
    Starlight Theatre (booking only)
    Riverbend Music Center (booking only)
    PNC Pavilion
    Bogart's
    Germain Amphitheater
    Alpine Valley Music Theatre
    Verizon Wireless Music Center (Birmingham)
    Pearl Concert Theater (booking only)
    Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
    Isleta Amphitheater
    Sandia Casino Amphitheater (booking)
    The Louisville Palace
    Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
    Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
    Saratoga Performing Arts Center
    The Gorge Amphitheatre
    Jamboree in the Hills
    Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
    Rogers Arena (booking only)
    Commodore Ballroom (booking only)
    Wembley Arena
    Little John’s Farm
    Motorpoint Arena Sheffield
    Southampton Guildhall
    Heineken Music Hall
    Motorpoint Arena Cardiff
    The O2 (Dublin)
    Torino Palasport Olimpico
    Torino Palavela
    The House of Blues:
    New Orleans
    Las Vegas
    San Diego
    Los Angeles
    Houston
    Dallas
    Cleveland
    Boston
    Orlando
    Anaheim
    Chicago
    Myrtle Beach
    Vancouver
    Punch Line Comedy Club
    Sacramento
    San Francisco
    GelreDome (Arnhem, The Netherlands)

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    nooooo! not the 1-800-ask-gary amphitheater!

    that sucks about your poster, though.

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    that is a shame, johnny. cool poster. bad news all around.

    Quote Originally Posted by crosshair View Post
    Too bad, that was a nice poster.
    Fillmore is notorious.

    It just illustrates how fortunate we are in Chicago, to have some venues that value posters and treat poster artists like humans.
    just got home from Chicago. did the Goat poster for the Empty Bottle show. normally, I usually do not give a print to the venue, as they get their percentage from the bands merch, BUT I was asked very politely by the Bottle if I could bring an extra one, so I did, because I love that place so much.

    the LiveNation thing is troubling, especially when they go rogue own their own posters (and not just promo) without the band, or respective management knowing about it. I have had a couple two-poster shows, that the band had no idea of. St. Andrew's, here in Detroit, is starting to sweat the poster thing, but it is more of a clenched fist "are you trying to sneak merch in without reporting it?" type of assault. I have been questioned hard when bringing in prints. Don't worry dude, no need to be a hard ass...the band will tell you how many prints I brought...the merch booth is just steps away from the front door...no one is trying to screw you out of your merch cut you can go back to busting harmless kids for smoking weed during rock shows. pffft.

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    I have no clue why a venue that makes a percentage of the bands sales of merch has a problem with their name being on a poster that they are making MONEY off of. I mean talk about terrible business.

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    That sucks. Re:Live Nation venues, I've worked with House of Blues Boston without trouble - while I don't have a great opinion of management/venue in general, the people in charge of merch stuff are solid.

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