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Presleymania is in full swing this year! The new Elvis movie has dominated the box office this summer and has already become the third highest grossing music biopic. And people from across the world are flocking to Memphis to honor and remember The King of Rock ‘n Roll.

Nonprofit philanthropic organization Live Music Society (LMS) announced today the Spring 2022 recipients of the small music venue grant program. Their third round of grantees since establishing just under two years ago, LMS supplies philanthropic aid to music venues that have been in operation for three years or more with a sellable capacity of 300 occupants or less.

Nonprofit philanthropic organization, Live Music Society (LMS) announced a third round of grants to be awarded this fall to live music venues across the United States with a maximum sellable capacity of 300. Grant applications will be accepted from September 28 – October 20, 2021 via the organization’s website.
 

Looking for a cool musical weekend getaway with a little bit of something for everyone? Look no further than The Range! Named "Southwestern NH's Greatest Music Venue You've Never Heard Of" by Cider Mag, family-owned & operated and proudly serving their community since 1992. The Range is a destination for locals and travelers alike!

Bryant Park Corporation is excited to announce the current programming schedule for its summer performing arts series, Picnic Performances, featuring twenty-five live music, dance and theater events for a free, ticketed audience at midtown Manhattan's Bryant Park.

Indian Ranch unveiled its 75th Anniversary Season and announced a multi-year partnership with Mike’s Hard Lemonade to present the Mike’s Hard Lemonade Summer Concert Series in Webster, MA.

Northlands, formerly known as Drive-In Live, has announced another round of performances as its concert calendar for 2021 fills up. All performances begin at 6:30pm with gates opening at 5:00pm.

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Live music fans rejoice; Asheville’s beloved River Arts District music venue The Grey Eagle is set to emerge from winter hibernation this Thursday, April 1st. Following a short pandemic-induced hiatus, the city’s longest running live music establishment is ready to shake the frost off its bones and welcome fans back to its flagship location with heightened safety measures and a stacked calendar of socially distanced events on the horizon.

Northlands, formerly known as Drive-In Live, is incredibly excited to announce that they will be returning for a second season. The first round of the series will be announced in mid-March, with performances kicking off in May.

Newark Symphony Hall (NSH), New Jersey’s largest Black-led arts and entertainment venue, today announced that the City of Newark’s Arts and Cultural Affairs Director, fayemi shakur, has been elected chair of the hall’s 19-member board of directors. At NSH, shakur will provide strategic fundraising and programming counsel on community programs, virtual events and ongoing racial justice initiatives.

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