Dodgers Sign Deal to Bring More Concerts to Baseball Stadium
Lon Rosen, chief marketing officer for the team, says the deal will help bring "more great performers" to the stadium.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Dodgers have signed a multiyear deal to book more high-end concerts at their venerable baseball stadium.
The deal between the team and Oak View Group was announced Tuesday. OVG was formed last year by artist manager Irving Azoff and Tim Leiweke, former president and CEO of AEG, which owns Staples Center.
Lon Rosen, chief marketing officer for the Dodgers, says the deal will help bring "more great performers" to the stadium.
Since opening in 1962, Dodger Stadium has hosted concerts by such acts as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Madonna, Elton John, Michael Jackson and David Bowie.
The Dodgers emphasized that OVG is not a promoter, so the stadium will continue to work with all music promoters.