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The Who concert disaster

Rock concert disaster in Cincinnati, Ohio, US in 1979

The Who concert disaster occurred on December 3, 1979, when British rock band The Who performed at Riverfront Coliseum (now known as Heritage Bank Center) in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, and a rush of concert-goers outside the Coliseum's entry doors resulted in the deaths of 11 people.[1][2]

Background[edit]

The Who were in the midst of the United States leg of their 1979 world tour, which began in September with a total of seven dates split between the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey and Madison Square Garden in New York City. The band then took some time off and would resume the tour on November 30 at the auditorium of the Detroit Masonic Temple. The Cincinnati concert was the third show played in this portion of the tour, after a concert the night before at the Pittsburgh Civic Arena.

The concert was a sellout, with 18,348 tickets sold.[3]

Summary of events[edit]

People were originally told through a radio station that General Admission ticket holders would be admitted at 3:00 p.m. and therefore a sizable crowd formed by 5:00 p.m. Although all the doors were expected to be opened simultaneously, only a pair of doors at the far right of the main entrance were finally opened. As concert goers entered the stadium through these two open doors, those waiting in front of all of the other doors began pushing forward again.[4]

After a short period of waiting and then knocking on the doors and the glass next to the doors, the crowd assumed that none of the remaining doors would be opened. At about 7:15 p.m., the situation began to escalate. Conflicting reports suggested that concertgoers could hear either a very late soundcheck or The Who's Quadrophenia movie, in lieu of an opening act. Either way, the crowd assumed that The Who were on earlier than scheduled.[5]

At that point, the entire crowd surged and pushed toward the two doors which had been opened. This caused many people to get trampled while some suffered more serious injuries. Eleven people were unable to escape the dense crowd pushing toward them and died by asphyxiation. Twenty-six other people reported injuries.[6]

The concert went on as planned, with the band members not told of the tragedy until after their performance. The following night, a lengthy segment on the tragedy aired on the CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite examining violence at rock concerts. The following show in Buffalo the next night, Roger Daltrey told the crowd: "We lost a lot of family last night. This show's for them."[7]

Aftermath[edit]

In Providence, Rhode Island, Mayor Vincent A. Cianci cancelled a scheduled performance of The Who at the city's Civic Center that same month.[8] This was despite the fact that the Providence venue had assigned seating.[8] In 2012, the band returned to Providence and honored tickets from the 1979 show.[8]

The families of the victims sued the band, concert promoter Electric Factory Concerts, and the city of Cincinnati. The class action suit filed on behalf of ten of the families was settled in 1983, awarding each of the families of the deceased approximately $150,000 ($389,800 today). The family of Peter Bowes opted out of the class action and settled later for an undisclosed amount. Approximately $750,000 ($1,948,800 today) was to be divided among the 26 injured.[9] The city of Cincinnati also imposed a ban on unassigned festival seating on December 27, 1979, with minor exceptions, for the next 25 years.[10][11]

The eleven people who died in the crush were:[12]

  • Walter Adams, Jr., aged 22, Trotwood
  • Peter Bowes, aged 18, Wyoming, Ohio
  • Connie Sue Burns, aged 21, Miamisburg
  • Jacqueline Eckerle, aged 15, Finneytown
  • David Heck, aged 19, Highland Heights, Kentucky
  • Teva Rae Ladd, aged 27, Newtown
  • Karen Morrison, aged 15, Finneytown
  • Stephan Preston, aged 19, Finneytown
  • Philip Snyder, aged 20, Franklin
  • Bryan Wagner, aged 17, Fort Thomas, Kentucky
  • James Warmoth, aged 21, Franklin

The incident was the subject of a book, Are the Kids All Right? The Rock Generation and Its Hidden Death Wish,[13] as well as a second-season episode of WKRP in Cincinnati called "In Concert". It also inspired scenes in the film Pink Floyd—The Wall, whose 1982 premiere was attended by the Who's Pete Townshend.[14]

In 2004, the city of Cincinnati permanently repealed its long-standing ban on unassigned seating, two years after temporarily making an exception for a Bruce Springsteen concert.[15] The goal of lifting the ban was to attract more big-name acts. However, the city now mandates there must be nine square feet per person at a venue, and the number of tickets sold for each event is adjusted accordingly.

Paul Wertheimer, the city's first Public Information Officer at the time of the tragedy, went on to serve on a task force on crowd control, and later founded Crowd Management Strategies in 1992, a consulting firm based in Los Angeles.[16][17]

In 2009, thirty years after the tragedy, rock station WEBN/102.7 aired a retrospective on the event, including clips from news coverage in 1979.[18]

The P.E.M. Memorial[19][20] was created in August 2010 to commemorate the lives of those who were tragically lost while awaiting entry to the concert. Every first Saturday in December, local musicians perform at the P.E.M. Memorial.[21] The free concert features old and new tunes to raise awareness of the P.E.M. Scholarship Fund. Out of the 11 people dying that day, three were from Finneytown High School – Stephan Preston, Jackie Eckerle and Karen Morrison. Three scholarships are awarded annually[22] to eligible Finneytown High School seniors who are pursuing higher education in the arts or music at an accredited university or college. In 2018, Roger Daltrey visited the Finneytown High School and met with a group of family members of victims and survivors. Daltrey and the families later said the meeting brought a great deal of peace and healing.[citation needed]

In 2014, Pearl Jam played in the city and acknowledged the tragedy. They dedicated a cover of the Who's "The Real Me" to those who died.[23] Pearl Jam had experienced a similar tragedy in 2000, when nine people died in a crush during their concert at Roskilde Festival.[24]

On the eve of the 35th anniversary of the tragedy, Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley promised to have a historical marker on the site of the tragedy in 2015. A committee consisting of three concert survivors (Mike Babb, Thomas Brown, Rick Schwitzer) and one family member of victim Teva Ladd (Kasey Ladd) were pivotal in getting the memorial placed.[25] The marker was dedicated at U. S. Bank Arena (as it was then known) on December 3, 2015.[26]

The Showtime series Roadies dedicated an entire episode to the 1979 event. The episode, "The City Whose Name Must Not Be Spoken", showcases the "roadies" of a fictional band completing many rituals after someone on the tour bus mentions Cincinnati.

The event was covered on the podcast My Favorite Murder by Karen Kilgariff in episode 166, released on May 28, 2019.

In 2019, The Who announced plans for a Cincinnati-area performance in April 2020, to be held at the BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University, although the concert was postponed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.[27] Pete Townshend said in a documentary which aired on the anniversary of the tragedy, "We need to go back to Cincinnati, you know, we do. As soon as we can. It would be such a joyous occasion for us, and such a healing thing." Townshend also said that he regretted that the band did not stay around to mourn with others at the venue on the night of the tragedy, saying "I'm not forgiving us. We should have stayed."[28]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^Johnson, Norris R. (1987). "Panic at 'The Who Concert Stampede': An Empirical Assessment". Social Problems. 34 (4): 362–373. doi:10.2307/800813.
  2. ^Flippo, Chet (January 24, 1980). "Rock & Roll Tragedy: Why Eleven Died in Cincinnati". Rolling Stone. Front cover + pp. 10–14 + 22–24. Retrieved August 8, 2015.
  3. ^"Music: The Stampede to Tragedy". December 17, 1979 – via content.time.com.
  4. ^Chertkoff, JM; RH Kushigian (1999). Don't Panic: The psychology of emergency egress and ingress. Praeger. pp. 79–83. ISBN .
  5. ^Chertkoff, JM; RH Kushigian (1999). Don't Panic: The psychology of emergency egress and ingress. Praeger. pp. 79–83. ISBN .
  6. ^Chertkoff, JM; RH Kushigian (1999). Don't Panic: The psychology of emergency egress and ingress. Praeger. pp. 79–83. ISBN .
  7. ^"Music: The Stampede to Tragedy". Time. December 17, 1979. Retrieved November 30, 2019.
  8. ^ abcGrow, Kory (August 1, 2012). "Meet the Who Fans Who Found Their Cancelled 1979 Concert Tickets". SPIN. Retrieved November 22, 2016.
  9. ^"Lawsuits settled in concert tragedy". Daily News. Bowling Green, Kentucky. Retrieved January 1, 2015 – via Google News Archive Search.
  10. ^"Cincinnati Council Repeals festival seating ban". Enquirer.com. Retrieved June 5, 2013.
  11. ^"Cincinnati Enquirer, 8 August 2002 Bruce Springsteen Concert (editorial)"(PDF). Archived from the original(PDF) on March 6, 2012. Retrieved June 5, 2013.
  12. ^Hay, Lee (August 13, 2013). "The Who Concert: 30 Years Later". WXVU. Retrieved November 30, 2019.
  13. ^John Grant Fuller. "Are the Kids All Right? The Rock Generation and Its Hidden Death Wish". Retrieved June 5, 2013 – via Google Books.
  14. ^Miles, Barry; Mabbett, Andy (1994). Pink Floyd the visual documentary. London: Omnibus. ISBN .
  15. ^"Rock History 101: The Who Concert Disaster - 12/3/1979". November 21, 2010.
  16. ^"Crowd Management Strategies". Crowdsafe.com. Archived from the original on February 15, 2003. Retrieved June 5, 2013.
  17. ^"Memories of Who concert tragedy linger". Cincinnati.com. December 2, 2009. Archived from the original on July 12, 2012. Retrieved June 5, 2013.
  18. ^"WEBN's 2009 retrospective of the event". YouTube. December 2, 2009. Retrieved June 5, 2013.
  19. ^"The P.E.M. Memorial". The P.E.M. Memorial. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  20. ^"The P.E.M. Memorial at Finneytown High School, Ohio". The Who News. July 24, 2018. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  21. ^"Memorial honored Finneytown students killed at The Who concert 40 years ago". WCPO News, Cincinnati, OH. December 7, 2019. Retrieved November 29, 2020.
  22. ^"Why was The Who's Roger Daltrey in Finneytown? To pay his respects". The Cincinnati Enquirer. March 3, 2019. Retrieved September 22, 2021.
  23. ^"Pearl Jam The Real Me Cincinnati OH Oct 1 2014". YouTube. Retrieved April 4, 2017.
  24. ^Fricke, David (August 17, 2000). "Nine Dead at Pearl Jam Concert". Rolling Stone. Retrieved April 4, 2017.
  25. ^The Cincinnati Enquirer, Cincinnati Music Heritage Foundation
  26. ^"Cranley promises Who concert marker in 2015". The Cincinnati Enquirer. December 4, 2014. Retrieved April 4, 2017.
  27. ^We waited 40 years for The Who to return to Cincinnati. What're a few more months? by Madeline Mitchell, The Cincinnati Enquirer, 28 March 2020.
  28. ^"The Who extends tour, including first Cincinnati concert since 1979 tragedy that killed 11". USA Today. December 4, 2019. Retrieved December 4, 2019.

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Former namesRiverfront Coliseum (1975–1997)
The Crown (1997–1999)
Firstar Center (1999–2002)
Address100 Broadway Street
LocationCincinnati, Ohio
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OwnerNederlander Entertainment and Anschutz Entertainment Group
OperatorAnschutz Entertainment Group
CapacityConcert: 17,556
Basketball: 17,000
Ice hockey or arena football: 14,453
Construction
Broke groundNovember 12, 1973[1]
OpenedSeptember 9, 1975
Construction cost$20 million[2]
($81.6 million in 2018 dollars[3])
ArchitectPattee Architects, Inc.[4]
Structural engineerClark Engineering Corporation[4]
General contractorUniversal Contracting Corp.[4]
Tenants
Cincinnati Stingers (WHA) (1975–1979)
Cincinnati Bearcats (NCAA) (1976–1987)
Cincinnati Kids (MISL) (1978–1979)
Cincinnati Tigers (CHL) (1981–1982)
Cincinnati Rockers (AFL) (1992–1993)
Cincinnati Silverbacks (NPSL) (1997–1998)
Cincinnati Cyclones (ECHL) (1997–2004, 2006–present)
Cincinnati Stuff (IBL) (1999–2001)
Cincinnati Swarm (af2) (2003)
Cincinnati Marshals (NIFL) (2005–2006)
Cincinnati Jungle Kats (af2) (2007)

U.S. Bank Arena is an indoor arena located in downtown Cincinnati, along the banks of the Ohio River, next to the Great American Ball Park. It was completed in September 1975 and named Riverfront Coliseum because of its placement next to Riverfront Stadium. The arena seats 17,556 people and is the largest indoor arena in the Greater Cincinnati region with 346,100 square feet (32,150 m2) of space. The arena underwent a $14 million renovation project in 1997. The current main tenant is the Cincinnati Cyclones of the ECHL.

The arena was the home of the Cincinnati Stingers of the World Hockey Association from 1975 to 1979. Since then, the arena has hosted two minor league hockey teams and various concerts, political rallies, tennis tournaments, figure skating, professional wrestling, traveling circus and rodeo shows, and other events. U.S. Bank Arena served as a host for the Midwest Regional of the 2014 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament with Miami University as the host school. The facility's longest-serving tenant was the Cincinnati Bearcats men's basketball program of the University of Cincinnati, who used the arena from its completion until 1987, when the team moved to Cincinnati Gardens and eventually to the on-campus Fifth Third Arena.

Until the opening of Fifth Third Arena at the University of Cincinnati and BB&T Arena at Northern Kentucky University, commencement ceremonies for these schools were held at U.S. Bank Arena. On occasion, there have been local pushes for the attraction of another major sports franchise to occupy the arena, possibly a National Basketball Association (NBA) or National Hockey League (NHL) franchise.[5] The Cincinnati Royals moved to Kansas City - Omaha in 1972, and were the last NBA team to call Cincinnati home. The NBA Cleveland Cavaliers have played preseason games at U.S. Bank Arena.[6]

In August 2019, it was announced that US Bank will not be renewing its naming rights sponsorship of the arena. A new name for the arena has not yet been announced.[7]

Owners

Notable events

1979 The Who concert deaths

Main article: The Who concert disaster

On December 3, 1979, 11 teenagers and young adults were killed by compressive asphyxia and 26 other people were injured in a rush for seating at the opening of a sold-out rock concert by the English rock bandThe Who.[12][13][14][15][16][17] On that evening, there were a total of 18,348 ticketed fans attending, which included 14,770 in general admission seats. The concert was using festival seating, where seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.[18] When the waiting fans outside the Coliseum heard the band performing a late sound check, they thought that the concert was beginning and tried to rush into the still-closed doors. Some at the front of the crowd were either trampled or squeezed to death standing up as those pushing from behind were unaware that the doors were still closed. Only a few doors were in operation that night, and there are reports that management did not open more doors due to union restrictions and the concern of people gate-crashing the ticket turnstiles.[19][20]

As a result, the remaining concerts of 1979, Blue Öyster Cult on December 14 and Aerosmith on December 21, were canceled[21] and concert venues across North America switched to reserved seating or changed their rules about festival seating. Cincinnati immediately outlawed festival seating at concerts. After establishment of a crowd control task force by Cincinnati mayor Ken Blackwell, the first concert held at the facility after the tragedy was ZZ Top with the Rockets on March 21, 1980, on ZZ Top's Expect No Quarter Tour.[22]

On August 4, 2004, the Cincinnati City Council unanimously overturned the ban because it placed the city at a disadvantage for booking concerts.[23] Many music acts prefer festival seating because it can allow the most enthusiastic fans to get near the stage and generate excitement for the rest of the crowd. The city had previously made a one-time exception to the ban, allowing festival seating for a Bruce Springsteen concert on November 12, 2002. Cincinnati was, for a time, the only city in the United States to outlaw festival seating altogether.

Other events

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The first entertainment event (opening night) to be staged at the facility was a rock concert by The Allman Brothers Band and special guest Muddy Waters on the Win, Lose Or Draw Tour on September 9, 1975, attended by 16,721 persons.[24][25]

On June 25, 1977, Elvis Presley gave his second-to-last concert in the Riverfront Coliseum; 17,140 persons attended the concert.

In 1979, The Bee Gees played two sold-out shows there during their Spirits Having Flown Tour.

In 1987, the facility hosted the World Figure Skating Championships.

The arena was the site of the Regional of the 1979 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and 1987 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament, as well as a first and second round site for the 1988 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament and the 1992 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament. The arena was also host to the 1997 NCAA Women's Division I Basketball Championship Final Four, as well as the 1996 men's Division I hockey Frozen Four, which was won by Michigan. In 2017, the site will host the NCAA Division 1 Ice Hockey Midwest Regional, where Denver University, Union, Penn State, Michigan Tech, will play for a spot in the 2017 Frozen Four.

The venue hosted part of the 1981 and all of the 1992 Horizon League men's basketball conference tournament as well as the 1978 and 1983 Metro Conference and the 2002 and 2004 Conference USA men's basketball tournaments; the Atlantic 10 Conference also held its tourney there in 2005 and did so again in 2006.

The arena hosted two major professional wrestlingpay-per-view events: World Championship Wrestling's Souled Out in 2000 and WWE's Cyber Sunday in 2006.

UFC 77 was held at the arena on October 20, 2007, and was headlined by local fighter Rich Franklin. The UFC returned to the arena for the second time on May 10, 2014, with UFC Fight Night: Brown vs. Silva. The Strikeforce World Grand Prix: Barnett vs. Kharitonov event was held at the arena on September 10, 2011.[26] The arena hosted the opening and closing ceremonies to the 2012 World Choir Games that were held in Cincinnati.[27][28]

In 2016, the arena hosted the Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions.[29]

Renovations

The arena was renovated in 1997 as part of the facility's purchase that year by a group headed by Doug Kirchhofer, owner of the Cincinnati Cyclones. The renovation cost $14 million and included new seating, improved concourses and restrooms, expanded concession areas, and a new center-hanging video board. As part of the renovation, the building was renamed "The Crown" and the Cyclones, who then played in the International Hockey League, moved from the Cincinnati Gardens.[30][31]

A $200 million renovation was proposed in 2015 by arena owners Nederlander Entertainment and AEG Facilities. The renovations would include both upgrades to the seating and expansion to increase capacity to 18,500 seats, additional luxury suites and other premium seating, a new exterior facade, new video boards, and a renovation of the exterior concourse.[32] The push for extensive renovations and upgrades came in 2014 after the city ran an unsuccessful bid for the 2016 Republican National Convention and the state of U.S. Bank Arena was cited as the deciding factor in the bid's failure.[33][34]

In 2017, Nederlander Entertainment announced its intention to tear down and replace the arena if a deal could be made with taxpayers, citing inadequate space and dated '70s aesthetics.[35]

See also

  • WKRP in Cincinnati February 11, 1980, episode "In Concert"

References

  1. ↑"Cincinnati Begins Huge Sports Coliseum". Middlesboro Daily News. November 13, 1973. https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=salBAAAAIBAJ&sjid=cKkMAAAAIBAJ&pg=6114,2454204&dq=en.
  2. ↑Frutig, Judith (August 10, 1975). "Cincinnati: One of America's 'Best-Kept Secrets'". The Baltimore Sun. https://pqasb.pqarchiver.com/baltsun/access/1745917952.html?FMT=ABS&FMTS=ABS:AI&type=historic&date=Aug+10%2C+1975&author=&pub=The+Sun+(1837-1985)&desc=Cincinnati%3A+One+of+America's+'best-kept+secrets'&pqatl=google. Retrieved October 22, 2011.
  3. ↑Consumer Price Index (estimate) 1800–2008. Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. Retrieved December 7, 2010.
  4. 4.04.14.2"U.S. Bank Arena". Emporis.com. http://www.emporis.com/application/?lng=3&nav=building&id=261557. Retrieved October 22, 2011.
  5. ↑Jefferson, Don (June 6, 2007). "CityBeat Letters: Any Hope for NBA in Cincinnati?". CityBeat. http://citybeat.com/gyrobase/Content?oid=oid%3A139542. Retrieved November 27, 2008.
  6. ↑"Cavaliers Announce 2013-14 Preseason Schedule". NBA.com. July 9, 2013. http://www.nba.com/cavaliers/releases/preseason-schedule-130709. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  7. ↑Watkins, Steve (2019-08-15). "U.S. Bank Arena is getting a new name". Cincinnati Business Courier. https://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2019/08/15/u-s-bank-arena-getting-a-new-name.html.
  8. ↑"Local - The Enquirer - September 28, 1997". enquirer.com. September 28, 1997. http://www.enquirer.com/editions/1997/09/28/loc_crown.html.
  9. ↑"Arena needs financial help". enquirer.com. September 14, 2000. http://enquirer.com/editions/2000/09/14/loc_arena_history.html.
  10. ↑"Firstar Center sold to ex-owner". enquirer.com. June 16, 2001. http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2001/06/16/fin_firstar_center_sold.html.
  11. ↑"AEG, Nederlander partner to own U.S. Bank Arena, Cyclones". Cincinnati Business Courier. March 24, 2011. http://www.bizjournals.com/cincinnati/news/2011/03/24/aeg-nederlander-partner-to-own-us.html.
  12. ↑"Stampede Kills 11 Persons At Coliseum Rock Concert". The Cincinnati Enquirer: p. A1. December 4, 1979.
  13. ↑"Too Few Doors, Angry Crowd; 11 Die in Coliseum Stampede". The Cincinnati Post: p. 1. December 4, 1979.
  14. ↑"Rock & Roll Tragedy – Why Eleven Died In Cincinnati". Rolling Stone (309): 1. January 24, 1980.
  15. ↑"National Affairs – Cincinnati Stampede". Newsweek: pp. 52–53. December 17, 1979.
  16. ↑"The Stampede to Tragedy". Time: pp. 88–89. December 17, 1979.
  17. ↑"The Who And Pete Townshend Face A Tour And Face Their Fears After Cincinnati". People 13 (19): 97–102. May 12, 1980.
  18. ↑"General Admission 'A Way of Life'". The Cincinnati Enquirer: p. B3. December 5, 1979.
  19. ↑Chertkoff, JM; Kushigian, RH (1999). Don't Panic: The Psychology of Emergency Egress and Ingress. Praeger. pp. 79–83. ISBN 0-275-96268-7.
  20. ↑Johnson, Norris R. (October 1987). "Panic at 'The Who Concert Stampede': An Empirical Assessment". Social Problems 34 (4): 362–373. doi:10.1525/sp.1987.34.4.03a00040.
  21. ↑"Concert Promoters Cancel Two Events Set For December". The Cincinnati Enquirer: p. B1. December 5, 1979.
  22. ↑"Concert Crackdown: 130 Arrested; Security Strong, Crowd Happy at Rock's Return". The Cincinnati Post: p. 1A. March 22, 1980.
  23. ↑Kemme, Steve (August 5, 2004). "Festival Seating Unanimously OK'd – Council Reassured Who Tragedy Won't Be Repeated". The Cincinnati Enquirer: pp. C1,8. http://www.enquirer.com/editions/2004/08/05/loc_council05.1.html. Retrieved February 12, 2013.
  24. ↑"Opening Night At Riverfront Coliseum". The Cincinnati Enquirer: p. A1. September 10, 1975.
  25. ↑"In It's [sic] Debut, Coliseum Turns Into Huge Smoke-Filled Room". The Cincinnati Enquirer: p. B9. September 10, 1975.
  26. ↑"Barnett vs. Kharitonov". Strikeforce. September 10, 2011. http://www.sherdog.com/events/Strikeforce-Barnett-vs-Kharitonov-17411. Retrieved February 13, 2012.
  27. ↑Gelfand, Janelle (July 4, 2012). "City Shines in Welcoming World Choir Games". The Cincinnati Enquirer. Archived from the original on July 11, 2012. https://web.archive.org/web/20120711033439/http://news.cincinnati.com/article/20120704/NEWS/307050049/City-shines-welcoming-World-Choir-Games. Retrieved February 12, 2013.
  28. ↑Gelfand, Janelle (June 5, 2012). "Idina Menzel to Headline 2012 World Choir Games Closing Ceremony". The Cincinnati Enquirer. http://cincinnati.com/blogs/arts/2012/06/05/idina-menzel-to-headline-2012-world-choir-games-closing-ceremony/. Retrieved February 12, 2013.
  29. ↑"2016 Kellogg's Tour of Gymnastics Champions takes center stage beginning Sept. 15". usagym.org. https://usagym.org/pages/post.html?PostID=19213. Retrieved May 1, 2019.
  30. ↑Hobson, Geoff (February 11, 1997). "Cyclones group buys Coliseum". The Cincinnati Enquirer. http://www.enquirer.com/editions/1997/02/11/loc_coliseum.html. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  31. ↑May, Lucy (May 18, 1997). "Banking on the river". The Cincinnati Enquirer. http://www.enquirer.com/editions/1997/05/18/loc_river.html. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  32. ↑Hussein, Fatima; Tweh, Bowdeya (July 28, 2015). "Renderings of proposed U.S. Bank renovations". The Cincinnati Enquirer. http://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2015/07/28/renovation-ahead-us-bank-arena/30775649/. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  33. ↑Coolidge, Sharon; Shesgreen, Deirdre (May 23, 2014). "U.S. Bank Arena blamed for losing convention". The Cincinnati Enquirer. http://www.cincinnati.com/story/news/politics/2014/05/22/us-bank-arena-blamed-losing-convention/9472101/. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  34. ↑"A New Vision". USBankArena.com. July 28, 2015. http://usbankarena.com/whatsnextcincy. Retrieved June 21, 2016.
  35. ↑"US Bank Arena may be torn down, rebuilt but not without help from tax payers". http://local12.com/news/local/us-bank-arena-may-be-torn-down. Retrieved 20 April 2017.

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    Heritage Bank Center tickets give you access to a wide variety of entertaining acts. The venue is located in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. The Heritage Bank Center is an arena along the banks of the Ohio River. It’s next to the Great American Ball Park, which is home to the Cincinnati Reds. The center opened in 1975. It was named Riverfront Coliseum due to its proximity to Riverfront Stadium. In 1997, the name changed to the Crown. In 1999, it changed again to the Firstar Center. From 2002 until 2019, the venue was the US Bank Arena.

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    GEORGE STRAIT HEADS TO MINNEAPOLIS’ U.S. BANK STADIUM AUG. 22

    GEORGE STRAIT HEADS TO MINNEAPOLIS’ U.S. BANK STADIUM AUG. 22
    Special Guests: Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town

    ‘STRAIT TO VEGAS’ ADDS 27th AND 28th SHOWS AT T-MOBILE ARENA AUG. 28-29
    Special Guest: Caitlyn Smith

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – George Strait kicks off 2020 with some big show announcements. The King of Country Music is heading to Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium on Aug. 22 with special guests Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town and more. Tickets available Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. CT at ticketmaster.com.

    When the three acts were last together in the sold-out Mercedes-Benz Superdome at the 2018 Bayou Country Superfest, the New Orleans Advocate’s headline noted: “George Strait Ruled, Chris Stapleton Rocked,” while Little Big Town “Owned the Dome.”

    Additionally, “Strait to Vegas” shows return to T-Mobile Arena August 28-29. There, King George will be joined by a special guest—acclaimed singer/songwriter and Monument recording artist Caitlyn Smith, whose highly anticipated second studio album, Supernova, will be released in March. Tickets available Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. PT via straittovegas.com.

    Since his record-breaking Cowboy Rides Away Tour in 2014, Strait has performed for limited engagements
    highlighted by the sold-out “Strait to Vegas” shows, most recently in December 2019. Ahead of the newly announced Aug. dates, Strait will also return to the heartland in 2020 with sold-out performances at INTRUST Bank Arena this Friday, Jan. 24 for “Visit Wichita Presents Strait to Oz” as well as “Strait to the Heartland” at Kansas City’s Sprint Center on Saturday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 26.

    With an unmatched 60 singles hitting the top of the charts—more than any other artist in any genre—during the span of his 30+ year career, Strait has collected 33 platinum or multi-platinum-selling albums, more than any country artist and ranking third across all genres behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley. The Texas troubadour is the only artist or act in history to have a Top 10 hit every year for over three decades and recently earned his 100th entry on the
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    Источник: http://www.georgestrait.com/news/posts/2020/january/george-strait-heads-to-minneapolis-us-bank-stadium-aug-22/
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    Cincinnati U.S. Bank Arena 2010 (gig)

    Muse show
    Venue U.S. Bank Arena[1]
    Date 11th October 2010[2]
    Location Cincinnati, OH[1]
    Country USA
    Songs 17[source?]
    Support Metric[source?]
    Start (UTC−4)Unknown
    Capacity 17,500[source?]
    Price (USD)45[source?]
    Sold out? Unknown


    Announced on the 19th of April 2010, Muse performing inside U.S. Bank Arena in November.[1] A ticket pre-sale for fans began on the 21st of April at 10:00, while general sale started on the 24th at 10:00.[3] While this concert was originally slated for the 6th of November, it was later rescheduled to the 11th of October.[2] The reason given by Concertmaps in an e-mail sent on the 20th of May was that Christopher Wolstenholme was expecting a baby due in November.[4]

    Last performance of MK Jam to date.

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    References

    1. abcUS & Canada Tour Dates Announced (2010-04-19). Muse website. Retrieved 2010-04-19 from muse.mu.
    2. ab11 October 2010 — US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, USA (2010-??-??). Muse website. Retrieved 2010-09-04 from muse.mu.
    3. 06 November 2010 — US Bank Arena, Cincinnati, USA (2010-04-19). Muse website. Retrieved 2010-04-19 from muse.mu.
    4. ↑ (2010-05-20). [E-mail us bank arena concert tickets re-scheduling of two gigs]. Concertmaps. Retrieved 2010-09-04 from musewiki.org.

    See also


    Go back to the gig archive

    Источник: https://www.musewiki.org/Cincinnati_U.S._Bank_Arena_2010_(gig)
    Minnesota Vikings – vikings.com

    SAN FRANCISCO, CA – MARCH 16, 2016 –Metallica today announced that they will be headlining the first rock concert at Minneapolis' U.S. Bank Stadium, the new home of the Minnesota Vikings, on Saturday, August 20th as part of the opening weekend festivities. Tickets for this one-of-a-kind concert will go on sale this Friday, March 25th at 10:00AM Local Time.  Avenged Sevenfold will provide direct support, marking one of only a few shows the hard rock band will play in the United States this year.  Volbeat will open the show with their unique blend of rock, metal and rockabilly. 

    Metallica will be offering a presale to the Met Club beginning March 22nd at 8AM CST (running through March 24th at 10PM).  Both Avenged Sevenfold and Volbeat will offer presales to their fans beginning March 22nd at 12 Noon running through March 24th at 10PM.  For more information on ticket presales visit www.metallica.com/tour. 

    "We had such an amazing time playing in our hometown stadium the night before the Super Bowl that when asked we couldn't say 'no' to another chance to be part of a very special weekend," said Metallica's Lars Ulrich.

    "We can't wait to see our friends in Minneapolis!  Opening the new U.S. Bank Stadium would be an honor all on its own but having the opportunity to play with the mighty Metallica makes this a must see event," said Avenged Sevenfold frontman M. Shadows.  "We've been cooped up in the studio for over a year and can't think of a better way to bust out than with all of you in Minneapolis."

    "Volbeat us bank arena concert tickets very thankful and beyond thrilled that our friends in Metallica have asked us to join them for the first rock concert at the U.S. Bank Stadium alongside Avenged Sevenfold," said Volbeat's Michael Poulsen. "We can't wait to see you all there."

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    Источник: https://www.vikings.com/news/metallica-to-headline-inaugural-rock-concert-at-u-s-bank-stadium-16934823

    GEORGE STRAIT HEADS TO MINNEAPOLIS’ U.S. BANK STADIUM AUG. 22

    GEORGE STRAIT HEADS TO MINNEAPOLIS’ U.S. BANK STADIUM AUG. 22
    Special Guests: Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town

    ‘STRAIT TO VEGAS’ ADDS 27th AND 28th SHOWS AT T-MOBILE ARENA AUG. 28-29
    Special Guest: Caitlyn Smith

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – George Strait kicks off 2020 with some big show announcements. The King of Country Music is heading to Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium on Aug. 22 with special guests Chris Stapleton, Little Big Town and more. Tickets available Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. CT at ticketmaster.com.

    When the three acts were last together in the sold-out Mercedes-Benz Superdome at the 2018 Bayou Country Superfest, the New Orleans Advocate’s headline noted: “George Strait Ruled, Chris Stapleton Rocked,” while Little Big Town “Owned the Dome.”

    Additionally, “Strait to Vegas” shows return to T-Mobile Arena August 28-29. There, King George will be joined by a special guest—acclaimed singer/songwriter and Monument recording artist Caitlyn Smith, whose highly anticipated second studio album, Supernova, will be released in March. Tickets available Friday, Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. PT via straittovegas.com.

    Since his record-breaking Cowboy Rides Away Tour in 2014, Strait has performed for limited engagements
    highlighted by the sold-out “Strait to Vegas” shows, most recently in December 2019. Ahead of the newly announced Aug. dates, Strait will also return to the heartland in 2020 with sold-out performances at INTRUST Bank Arena this Friday, Jan. 24 for “Visit Wichita Presents Strait to Oz” as well as “Strait to the Heartland” at Kansas City’s Sprint Center on Saturday, Jan. 25 and Sunday, Jan. 26.

    With an unmatched 60 singles hitting the top of the charts—more than any other artist in any genre—during the span of his 30+ year career, Us bank arena concert tickets has collected 33 platinum or multi-platinum-selling albums, more than any country artist and ranking third across all genres behind The Beatles and Elvis Presley. The Texas troubadour is the only artist or act in history to have a Top 10 hit every year for over three decades and recently earned his 100th entry on the
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    Источник: http://www.georgestrait.com/news/posts/2020/january/george-strait-heads-to-minneapolis-us-bank-stadium-aug-22/

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