29 could set records in New York/New Jersey area
29 could set records in New York/New Jersey area...
being the biggest event in the history of sports-entertainment,
next Aprils WrestleMania 29 could also generate
more than $100 million for the New York/New Jersey
area, The New York Post reported Monday.
a performance could set a new record for the economic
impact of an event in the region, the Post reported,
citing the results of a study by Enigma Research Corp.
on Monday, WWE and Enigma Research reported that this
past Aprils WrestleMania 28 generated approximately
$102.7 million in economic impact for the city of
Miami and Miami-Dade County a $40 million increase
over WrestleMania 27s impact on its host city
of Atlanta in 2010. The firm also estimated that WrestleMania
28 contributed $15.3 million in local, state and county
taxes to the Miami area.
economic impact derived from WrestleMania 28 was equal
to the creation of 1,020 full-time jobs in the area,
according to Enigma Research.
that WrestleMania 28 is in the books, WWE looks ahead
to WrestleMania 29 at the MetLife Stadium on April
7, 2013, in East Rutherford, N.J. The event will mark
the return of The Grandest Stage of Them All to its
birthplace in the Northeast.
was a gateway community, but New York and New Jersey
are the worlds gateway, John Saboor, WWEs
senior vice president of special events, told The
Post. We believe we will see a very sizeable
number of fans visiting from outside the region. We
think the two destinations are similar in that respect,
but New York and New Jersey are even more profound
in their destination status.
for WrestleMania 29 go on sale Saturday, Nov. 10.
KISS Australian Tour Confirmed...
Stanley ("The Starchild") has confirmed
Kiss will tour down under Australia in January.
month Tommy Lee tweeted that KISS and rockers Motley
Crue would be touring Australia in January, 2013 and
recently Paul Stanley confirmed the tour on the David
said Kiss were about to do a tour of South America
and will then head to Australia.
Army Australia fans immediately jumped on forums to
discuss the upcoming tour.
Monster was released in Australia last
week and is set to debut on the ARIA chart. It is
the 20th studio album for the band and their first
album since Sonic Boom in 2009.
can't wait to Rock N Roll all night and party every
day with all of you fans. It's going to be a monster
event", said a Media Man agency representative.
Virgin Live VS Live Nation!...
Man director and entertainment industry insider, Greg
Tingle, reckons there could be a bit of a live concert
war in the making. It's Live Nation (who bought out
Michael Coppel Presents in Australia) VS Virgin Live
(backed by the smartest guys in the room - Sir Richard
Branson, Paul Dainty and Vince McMahon). Will the
war escalate to Australian soil, or will it be limited
to the U.S and United Kingdom? Don't change your dial
from the Media Man network.