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amphitheater

(am″fĭ-thē′ă-tĕr) [ amphi- + theater]
An auditorium with tiers of seats around it for students and other observers.
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The market comprises two tranches: - a firm phase: supply, installation and commissioning of a sound capture solution, image and computer data and video transmission / her between the F002 amphitheatres the Metz campus the amphitheater of the F3.
Roncace has more than 16 years of experience managing and overseeing amphitheaters, clubs and theaters throughout the United States, including all aspects of development, design, construction, start-up and operations.
The lights go down, you hear the roar of the crowd, the artist hits the stage and you hear the first few notes of your favorite song - all under the stars at our state-of-the-art amphitheaters," stated Don Law, Co-CEO and Chairman of Clear Channel Entertainment - Music.
Clear Channel looks forward to working with many of the bands and artists to make $10 tickets available to the public for concerts at each of our outdoor amphitheaters.
The performances are set for October 20 at Hi Fi Buys Lakewood Amphitheater in Atlanta and October 21 at Smirnoff Starplex Amphitheater in Dallas.
SFX currently owns, operates and/or exclusively books 135 live entertainment venues, including 44 amphitheaters in the U.
SFX currently owns, operates and/or exclusively books 130 live entertainment venues, including 44 amphitheaters in the U.
SFX has 82 venues including 16 amphitheaters in all of the top 10 markets and owns or operates venues in 31 of the top 50 markets overall.
The interests in the venues to be acquired consist of 50% interests in long-term leases and booking and management agreements for The World Music Theater in Chicago and the Alpine/Valley Music Amphitheater in East Troy, Wisconsin serving the Milwaukee/North Chicago market; a lease for the Merriweather-Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland serving the Washington D.
Cellar Door's principal venues in the Southeast include ownership of the Nissan Pavilion Amphitheater at Stone Ridge in suburban Washington D.
a group of affiliated entities that own and operate concert amphitheaters, produce and promote concerts and manage merchandising for concerts and sporting events.