Questions Remain About Summer Rocks Festivals; Vote Postponed
Other parties were concerned about the bigger picture, as well:
Siegel-Moss: This bill has sent two festivals celebrating food and music out of the city. Celebrating two things that make our city.— Rachel Lippmann (@rlippmann) March 6, 2014
Tara Fallon - I worry that allure of Lollapalooza-like concert is blinding you to what non-compete means. What is blocked not Lollapalooza.— Rachel Lippmann (@rlippmann) March 6, 2014
WHEN WOULD TICKETS GO ON SALE?
@RiverfrontTimes find out whose perfoming/headlining and obviously how much it would cost for tickets.— Johnathan Phillips (@jrp9992) March 6, 2014
There's no ticket information yet because there's no signed contract. However, if you're getting the feeling that this bill moving quickly, you're not alone:
ICM has the option to produce a festival in Sept 2014, but agreement doesn't start officially until May 2015. Hence fast track of bill.— Rachel Lippmann (@rlippmann) March 6, 2014
So if this bill goes through, ICM could bring a festival here in September.
WHO WOULD PLAY SUMMER ROCKS?
Again, that information isn't available because no contract has been signed and no talent has been scheduled. However, we know what St. Louis is thinking about:
@riverfronttimes Will Outkast play here or not?— Jon Simons (@JonSimons) March 6, 2014
@RiverfrontTimes OUTKAST. yes or no?— Mike Brockman (@misterMagoooo) March 6, 2014
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