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Virginia and New Jersey pass legalization of marijuana for recreational use.
Capacity is limited to 25% or 50 people. Can nightclubs be far behind?
"This one's for Keef!" The Prodigy promise "uncompromising, raw and honest" documentary forthcoming on the history of the iconic UK electronic music group.
DJ Q returns to Local Action for the first time since Brexit, Trump and everything else on "All That I Could."
Chicago club and music industry veterans lead by Nick Karounos, John Curley and Stuart Hackley form Auris Presents for new nightlife "experiences."
Autopsy by the Miami-Dade County Medical Examiner reveals Erick Morillo's cause of death as acute ketamine toxicity combined with MDMA and cocaine as a result of an accidental overdose. Morillo was charged with sexual assault at the time of his death on September 1 2020
Big news as bars re-open indoor seating and capacity, hours and services expand starting October 1.
The most notable gear and music instrument showcase in the US has been cancelled and replaced with a digital event for 2021.
Dark electro is the best electro and Joyce Muniz has this down to a science.
The city of Chicago has cancelled all special events until Labor Day in the latest update to coronavirus cancellations.
An Arkansas show by Travis McCready would have been America's first large post-coronavirus concert but state authorities say they will shut it down.
A Fort Smith, Arkansas venue is planning America's first post-coronavirus concert on May 15. It's weird.
The Library of Congress is launching a free open-source sampling tool for music producers.
City organizers have announced the cancellation of several Chicago festivals, including the burgeoning Chicago House Music Festival held in downtown Chicago.
Legendary UK imprint Skint Records prepares for a May 1 release for the Miguel Campbell and Jimmy Switch collaborative EP "Be The Night"/"I'll Be You (Again)"
Billy McFarland of Fyre Festival infamy joins Weinstein, R. Kelly and the PharmaBro in requesting early release due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is the latest public leader casting doubt on festivals, sports and other mass events returning this summer or even this year.
The Packard EP launches the Infolines label in May - one of the most intriguing new labels to emerge this year from Detroit.
Illinois governor JB Pritzker is strongly suggesting promoters "think seriously about canceling large summer events" and music festivals this year.
Chicago and Illinois announce the $4 million Arts for Illinois Relief Fund grants for artists and organizations impacted by the coronavirus or COVID-19
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