Live Nation's First-Ever Drive-In Concert Series, the Golden Globes' New Air Date, San Diego State's New Classes, and More

NATIONAL: Live Nation has announced its first-ever U.S. drive-in concert series—Live From the Drive-In—kicking off July 10-12 in Indianapolis, Nashville, and St. Louis. Headline performers will include Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Jon Pardi, and Nelly. Tickets will be available to purchase starting on June 26, with a maximum of four people permitted per car. 

LAS VEGAS: Station Casinos will host its two annual Fourth of July firework shows beginning at approximately 9 p.m. on the holiday. Station Casinos will offer a livestream of the fireworks spectacle on and on the property's individual social media accounts. 

LOS ANGELES: The 2021 Golden Globes will take place on Feb. 28, 2021. The news comes after several award shows, including the Oscars, moved to later dates due to the coronavirus pandemic; the 78th Golden Globes had originally been planned for early January. Tiny Fey and Amy Poehler are slated to host. 

The Andaz West Hollywood resumed operations on Monday. The hotel is offering a stay two nights, get the third night free promotion until Sept. 7.  

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NEW YORK: Ted King has joined Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. as president of creative content and studio productions, starting on this week. King has been involved in the entertainment industry for 35 years. He will be working predominately with content creation for MSG Sphere. 

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SAN DIEGO: Caspian Agency has formed a partnership with San Diego State University to add its online 10 Essentials courses to the university's Masters in Meeting and Event Management program. The Caspian 10 Essentials, created by Caspian Agency CEO Heather Mason, offers a strategy-first, logistics-second approach in creating and producing events of all types. 

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