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Cincinnati's music scene is all set for a busy 2020

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Cincinnati's music scene is all set for a busy 2020

Cincinnati's music scene is all set for a busy 2020

A more crowded landscape, with more venues and big-name acts, can also be a more expensive one for ticket buyers.

THE TRI-STATE KEEPS RAKING INBIG NAME CONCERTS.TODAY --GARTH BROOKS AND MAROON FIVEANNOUNCED THEY ARE BRINGINGSHOWS TO CINCINNATI!CINCINNATI!AND OF COURSE --"THE WHO" IS RETURNING FOR THEFIRST TIME IN 40 YEARS.MORE ONTHAT IN A BIT:BUT RIGHT NOW --THESE BIG ACTS KEEP COMING --AND DEVELOPERS ARE STARTING TOBUILD MORE CONCERT VENUES.VENUES.NINE ON YOUR SIDE'SCOURTNEY FRANCISCO IS LOOKINGINTO THIS CONCERT BOOMSHEJOINS US LIVE FROM DOWNTOWN.OH YEAH-- BUT CAN YOU HAVE TOOMUCH OF A GOOD THING?TOO MANYMUSIC VENUES-- FIGHTING FORARTISTS AND THEN THE PRICESFOR TICKETS GO UP.I SPOKE TOINSIDERS ABOUT THE REALITY OFTHAT.CITY GETTING STOKED ABOUT THEBIG ARTIST COMING TO OURAREA... SOT: KICKLEE,Cincinnati MusicAccelerators23 they are reallybig they are really amazingKICK LEE HAS MADE IT HIS JOBTO HELP CINCINNATI BECOME AMUSIC DESTINATION.

... SOT:KICK LEE,Cincinnati MusicAccelerators082050éitgenerates more tourism.

Itgenerates more traffic.

Itdevelops our city in ways thatpeople can't fathom.

58 I meanAustin and Nashville annuallyare bringing in 1.4 billion intaxes alone through the art ofmusic.

05 AND WE HAVE BIGSTADIUMS... MUSIC HALLS..

NEWONES GOING UP ON BOTH SIDES OFTHE RIVER... AMPITHEATERS...081959 it is the sign of thetimes.

LOCAL ECONOMICANALYSTS ARE WATCHING THIS...BECAUSE VENUES COULD STARTCOMPETING FOR HIGH PROFILEARTISTS... AFFECTING YOURMONEY.LONG TIME PROMOTER, JOESANTANGELO AGREES.SOT:JOESANTANGELO, the CincinnatiMusic Festival (CMF) presentedby P&G 080840 it's going toget kind of crowded in termsof the number of peoplewanting certain acts andthere's prob going to be somein fighting 50 ONE VENUE COULDBIG A LOT OF MONEY TO WIN ABIG ARTISTS... AND COULD PASSTHE COST ON TO YOU BY UPPINGTHE TICKET PRICE.SOT:KICK LEE081904 more competition meansa bigger and better market itcreates demand.

It creates amusic city.ANALYSTS TELL MECOMPEITITION COULD DRIVEPRICES DOWN... IF A VENUE EATSTHE COST TO GET YOU TO ENJOYTHEIR SPACE AND BECOME AREGULAR CUSTOMER.THE ANALYST I JUST GOT OFFTHE PHONE WITH TELLS MECONCERT INDUSTRY IS GROWINGNEARLY 5 PERCENT A YEAR..

SOTHERE IS A DEMAND FOR MOREMUSIC VENUES.

We are going tolearn about another really bigname coming to town in Januarythey will be performing atthe Cincinnati music festival.QUESTION WILL ALWAYS BE --WILL THEY COMPETE TOO MUCH ANDCAN THEY FILL THE SEATS.livein downtown, courtneyfrancisco, 9 on your side.




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