Live Nation has announced a series of promotions for eight offices in North America.
Live Nation announced a series of promotions today across eight markets in North America.
Kurt Melien, who had served as president of Live Nation Las Vegas since 2015 has been named the new president of New York City, U.S. Concerts for Live Nation. The company’s former president of New York Anthony Makes, will continue to handle local booking for the tri-state area.
In Las Vegas, Sid Greenfeig has been appointed as the new president of Las Vegas, U.S. Concerts. Greenfeig was previously v.p. of booking and development of arenas at MGM Resorts international where he oversaw booking for the T-Mobile Arena, MGM Grand Garden Arena and Mandalay Bay Event Center. Previously, Greenfeig worked at Live Nation from 2010-2014 working on the arenas team. Amanda Moore will now serve as s.v.p. of Las Vegas, U.S. Concerts, reporting to Greenfeig and has worked at Live Nation for five years and also has worked at Atlantic Records and the Warped Tour.
Longtime promoter Michael Belkin has been appointed to president of Ohio and Kentucky, U.S. Concerts. Belkin has worked at Live Nation for 20 years and prior to joining Live Nation, was a member of the management team for Belkin Productions. Dan Kemer, who also worked at Belkin, will serve as the new president of Indiana, U.S. Concerts. Longtime local promoter Josh Lacey will serve as the new president of Minneapolis, U.S. Concerts.
In January, Live Nation opened an office in Portland, Oregon and today (Feb. 11) announced that MaryClare Bourjaily, who has been with Live Nation for over 15 years, will serve as president of Portland, U.S. Concerts. Dave Clark has been promoted to president of Michigan, U.S. Concerts. Clark has been with the company for 20 years and is the tour promoter for Bob Seger.
Finally, Live Nation is appointing Ted Heinig to president of Knoxville, Chattanooga, and Asheville, U.S. Concerts. Heinig was most recently the vp of AC Entertainment, which has been fully acquired by Live Nation, and worked for the company for nearly 23 years.
Current AC Entertainment president Ashley Capps will remain with the company and continue to play an important part of Bonnaroo along with a number of other events Capps created over the years.