Live Nation has some exciting news for vegetarian and vegan music fans! We're now serving the famous plant-based Impossible Burger at our amphitheaters throughout the U.S. Introduced during our Summer 2018 concert season, this is the first time this plant-based burger has been offered in a concert space! As part of our ongoing commitment to enhance the fan experience at all Live Nation venues, this partnership is an important first step toward curating a more climate-friendly menu while providing fans with options that fit a variety diet and lifestyles.
The results are in! We are proud to announce that @LiveNation has been certified as a Great Place to Work® for the second year in a row. To qualify, the Great Place to Work® organization evaluated our culture, benefits, and perks against leading best practices, and then solicited anonymous feedback from thousands of our employees about what it’s like to work here.
Live Nation is proud to share that we were just named #13 on Indeed’s 2018 Top-Rated Workplaces list – which is a review of the top 50 companies that are the highest rated for overall employee experience.
As one of the world’s largest career platforms, Indeed offers incredible insight into how employees and professionals gauge and evaluate desirable organizations they want to be a part of. With over 72 million ratings, Indeed complied this list based on reviews from actual employees and job seekers.
We’re excited to share that Live Nation Entertainment has landed on LinkedIn’s 2018 Top Companies list – a roundup of 50 companies where professionals want to work the most in the United States. Live Nation came in at #27, and we’re proud to be listed among other industry leaders like Google, Salesforce, Netflix, and Amazon.
We’re proud to share that Fast Company has named Live Nation one of its Most Innovative Companies for 2018. Each year, Fast Company recognizes businesses around the globe bringing the most innovative products and services to market in a range of sectors from aerospace, to wellness, and of course live events.
Ticketmaster has announced an extension of its ticketing partnership with the NBA. The division will deliver leaguewide enhanced digital ticketing capabilities that improve the fan experience and create a more personalized in-venue experience.
Each year Fortune releases a list of the most respected companies across 51 industries around the world. The results are in – Live Nation has topped the list as the World's 7th Most Admired Entertainment Company. The recognition showcases the power of live music and our company's strength among industry leaders and our peers.
Billboard Magazine released its annual Power 100 list – a roster of the most influential power players in the music business. Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino has topped the list at number one, showing his strength in leading the company to deliver top tier live entertainment. Take a look at Billboard's interview with Michael here to get his take on running the business.
Black Enterprise Magazine (BEM) has named Nadia Rawlinson, Live Nation’s Chief Human Resources Officer, among its 300 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America, deeming her among “most transformative business leaders on the planet.” Black Enterprise’s assessment includes a global evaluation of over 1,400 companies – all listed on the S&P 500 or as a top 250 leading privately held company.
Each year, the Country Music Association recognizes a music industry veteran who’s shown leadership in touring and contributed significantly to the live music business. This year, CMA is recognizing our very own, Brian O’Connell (President – Live Nation Nashville) with the esteemed honor. Brian has been the key player behind the biggest tours in the business for major acts including Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Tim McGraw – and now Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley. On top of that, he’s created over a half a dozen country festivals.