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5 Dead After Indiana State Fair Stage Collapses - Governor: Wind Gust That Fell Ind. Stage A 'Fluke'

Five people were killed and a dozen injured after a stage collapsed during a storm Saturday night at the Indiana State Fair, where the country group Sugarland was set to perform, the Indianapolis Star and WTHR reported.


Tour Manager Likely Saved Sugarland

It came down to seconds and one instinctive decision that may have saved the lives of country duo Sugarland and others at the Indiana State Fair where five people died when a stage collapsed.


Storm Kills 3, Injures 71 At Pukkelpop

At least three people have been killed and more than 70 injured at a music festival after a stage collapsed during a heavy storm.


L.A. Stadium By The Numbers

The Los Angeles City Council has signed off on a non-binding agreement with entertainment giant AEG over the development of a stadium that will serve as a home for a yet-to-be-determined NFL football team.


An Open Letter From Live Nation's Nathan Hubbard

In an open letter posted on Ticketmaster's blog, Live Nation's CEO of ticketing Nathan Hubbard indicates that the company is once again moving towards an integration of their primary ticketing website Ticketmaster and their secondary resale site Tickets


Elaborate Outdoor Concerts Amp Up Safety Concerns

When thunderstorms slammed New York's Central Park before this summer's highly anticipated Black Eyed Peas concert, officials made the rare decision to call off the event.

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