Are Pat Green and the Texas Rangers Innovating the Drive-in Future of the Concert Industry?
Construction crews worked tirelessly to get the Texas Rangers’ shiny new stadium ready to open early March. Despite skepticism from locals, they succeeded—and there the completed stadium sits, still ready for visitors after having never hosted a public event, as venues across the world have gone dark amid the spread of the coronavirus. The first event planned for the team’s new Globe Life Field (not to be confused with its previous home, Globe Life Park, which is located across the street and currently sitting empty) had been a country music concert, headlined by superstar Chris Stapleton, on March 14. The show never happened, nor did the Rangers’ first exhibition game a little more than a week later, or the home opener on March 31. Major…View Original Post
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