New York Fashion Week Will Be A Packed Return to Live Shows | BoF Professional, News & Analysis

After two seasons of digital shows, New York Fashion Week is set for a bold in-person return.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), in partnership with IMG, released the preliminary schedule, which runs from Sept. 8 to Sept. 12. Ulla Johnson is slated to open, while the closing slot — normally reserved for Marc Jacobs, who showed in July — will go to Tom Ford. In addition to the roster of usual brands that show in New York, Rodarte is returning from Los Angeles, while Moschino, Dundas and Peter Do are also hosting runway events in New York

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James Taylor, Jackson Browne mark return of pop, rock shows to Blossom Music Center: 10 things to know before you go

CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — This weekend, Blossom Music Center will be rocking once again when James Taylor and Jackson Browne take the stage on July 31.

Blossom has already been hosting plenty of live music events, thanks to the Cleveland Orchestra’s residency at the summer venue. But this weekend, concert promoter Live Nation kicks off its first show of many, marking a major return to live rock music here in Northeast Ohio.

“We are incredibly excited about the return to live music at Blossom Music Center. Hosting two iconic Rock Hall inductees James Taylor and Jackson Browne makes this grand

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In-person artist receptions return to the Pump House Regional Arts Center | Local News

The Pump House Regional Arts Center in downtown La Crosse will host an open house and in-person artist reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 6, featuring exhibiting artists Jennifer Williams, Scott Onsager, Carissa Brudos and Drazen Dupor. This art gallery exhibition began Tuesday, July 20, and runs through Saturday, Sept. 11.

Jennifer Williams’ “Painting Us Forward” exhibition in the Kader Gallery communicates hope and resilience through visual storytelling. It features painted portraits of small business owners, accompanied by their own stories of the impact of COVID-19 restrictions on their business.

“Children’s Story Time: Family Legends Retold” by Scott

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Live Nation celebrating ‘Return to Live’ concerts with $20 tickets to shows in Cleveland

CLEVELAND — Live Nation is celebrating the return of in-person, live concerts this summer by offering fans $20 tickets to nearly 1,000 shows this year, including ones held in Cleveland.

For a limited time next week, fans will be able to get $20 tickets to participating Live Nation shows, including taxes and fees.

Venues participating include Blossom Music Center and Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica.

Participating artists represent a range of genres including country, hip-hop, latin, metal, pop and rock.

“We couldn’t be more excited to get back out on the road,” said Zac Brown in a news release. “It’s been

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Todd Snider Plots Extensive ‘Return of the Storyteller’ Tour

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Todd Snider has announced dates for an extensive fall tour. The Nashville singer-songwriter’s Return of the Storyteller Tour begins July 24th with a sold-out event at Tennessee’s the Caverns.

Spanning more than 50 dates from which audio will be compiled for a live album, the Return of the Storyteller Tour will keep Snider on the road through early December. Stops along the way include Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse, New York’s Gramercy Theatre, and Seattle’s Washington Hall, plus multiple nights in Felton, California; Des Moines, Iowa; and Tomball, Texas. Guests will change throughout the trek and include

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Jimmy Buffett marks return of concerts to Riverbend Tuesday

CINCINNATI — Music is returning to Riverbend Music Center Tuesday, and there’s no better act to kick things off than Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band.

“I think fans missed the connection to both their favorite artists and just one another,” said Rosemarie Moehring, director of marketing and public relations for Music and Event Management Inc., or MEMI. “To be able to come together, you know, to watch their favorite band or artist and be together and having a great time.”

Riverbend concerts were put on hold last year due to the pandemic, and officials said attendant safety is

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