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How to Watch ‘Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular’

The traditional Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks show will return to New York City this weekend after the pandemic forced changes to the celebration in 2020.The fireworks will be launched from five barges in the East River starting at 9:25 p.m. on Sunday (July 4), said Will Coss, executive producer of the show.The show will…

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How to Watch ‘Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular’

The traditional Macy’s Fourth of July fireworks show will return to New York City this weekend after the pandemic forced changes to the celebration in 2020.The fireworks will be launched from five barges in the East River starting at 9:25 p.m. on Sunday (July 4), said Will Coss, executive producer of the show.The show will be broadcast live on NBC as part of a two-hour special featuring Blake Shelton, the Jonas Brothers with Marshmello, the Black Pumas, Coldplay, OneRepublic and Reba McEntire, officials from Macy’s and NBC said.

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Ticketing Platform Dice Secures $122M in New Funding Round

The music discovery and events app works with over 3,600 venues, festivals and promoters globally and has sold tickets to fans in nearly 180 countries. Founded in 2014, its mission is to remedy the opaque world of ticketing with its transparent, fan-first model. The technology includes upfront pricing and features such as refunds on sold-out shows and a “waitlist” that helps fans…

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Ticketing Platform Dice Secures $122M in New Funding Round

The music discovery and events app works with over 3,600 venues, festivals and promoters globally and has sold tickets to fans in nearly 180 countries. Founded in 2014, its mission is to remedy the opaque world of ticketing with its transparent, fan-first model. The technology includes upfront pricing and features such as refunds on sold-out shows and a “waitlist” that helps fans get into in-demand shows and ensures venues are at capacity to increase revenue. Dice also combats for-profit resellers by preventing secondary resale of tickets.  Dice’s business model also includes a livestreaming service that offers artists, venues and promoters support with logistics, marketing, production, distribution, merch and more.With the additional funding, Dice plans to significantly grow the company by expanding its reach to artists, fans and venues, while hiring new team members, adding to its livestream offering and launching an ambitious artist development program that will see the platform work directly with even more artists on their live strategy. “Dice is rewiring the live experiences industry. We have proven that if you treat fans well, they go out more,” said Dice founder and CEO Phil Hutcheon in a release. “We’re overhauling an unfair, inefficient system by pioneering a transparent, data-led, fan-first approach – building a scalable ecosystem that helps artists, promoters and venues thrive. To have SoftBank as a partner enables us to expand into every market.” “The concert business is a tangled mess of archaic tools and taxing ‘industry standards’ where artists are paid last. Venues shell out for marketing and are beholden to ticket conglomerates. Fans have to hunt for shows and regularly buy overpriced tickets from secondary markets or scalpers. This doesn’t make sense!” said Fadell in a release. “Dice re-engineers the entire live industry, not just a part of it: Venues are connected to fans and artists. Artists get transparency, access and control. Fans easily discover local shows and global live streams, and buy scalper-safe tickets with a single click. I’m ecstatic to be joining the Dice board and to be part of another entertainment revolution.” 

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Seventeen Announces Ninth EP ‘Attacca’

Attacca comes just five months after Seventeen’s eighth EP Your Choice, which was released on June 18 via Pledis Entertainment. Your Choice earned Seventeen their first No. 1 effort on the Top Album Sales chart (which is also the third overall effort for a K-pop act), as the mini-album sold 20,500 copies in the U.S. in the week ending June 24,…

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Seventeen Announces Ninth EP ‘Attacca’

Attacca comes just five months after Seventeen’s eighth EP Your Choice, which was released on June 18 via Pledis Entertainment. Your Choice earned Seventeen their first No. 1 effort on the Top Album Sales chart (which is also the third overall effort for a K-pop act), as the mini-album sold 20,500 copies in the U.S. in the week ending June 24, according to MRC Data — the act’s best sales week yet. Your Choice also arrived at No. 15 on the Billboard 200 all-genre albums tally, their first entry on the chart.”We’re just extremely grateful. Like seeing that, we felt like [having our work] paid off is an understatement. And hopefully, we can reach out to more and more CARATs [Seventeen’s fandom name] with every comeback,” Vernon told Billboard in an interview.See the official announcement below and pre-order Attacca here.

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Camila Cabello Opens Latin Billboard Music Awards, Calls For End To Tyranny In Cuba

Even more vital, though, was that Cabello (who is managed by Roger Gold and signed to Epic Records) used the opportunity to deliver a message. After calling for an end to tyranny in Cuba, the artist punched one fist in the air as she shouted “patria y vida.” The phrase translates to “country and life,”…

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Camila Cabello Opens Latin Billboard Music Awards, Calls For End To Tyranny In Cuba

Even more vital, though, was that Cabello (who is managed by Roger Gold and signed to Epic Records) used the opportunity to deliver a message. After calling for an end to tyranny in Cuba, the artist punched one fist in the air as she shouted “patria y vida.” The phrase translates to “country and life,” a new take on Cuba’s official slogan of “country or death.”The phrase was popularized by singers Yotuel, Gente de Zona, Descemer Bueno and Maykel Osorbo this February when the artists released “Patria y Vida,” a single that was met with harsh criticism from Cuba’s Communist Party. It now has over eight million YouTube views — and after such a high-profile shoutout from an artist like Cabello, that number is likely to soar.

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