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Concert Industry Awards Winners

12:01 AM Sunday 2/6/11 | |

The 22nd annual Pollstar Concert Industry Awards took place at Club Nokia in Los Angeles Feb. 5. Featuring G4 television network’s “Web Soup” host Chris Hardwick as master of ceremonies, the evening included delicious food, an open bar and opportunities for concert professionals to network, network, network.

Voted upon by their peers in the biz, here are the winners for concert year 2010.

Major Tour of the Year – Roger Waters

  • Roger Waters

    Tacoma Dome, Tacoma, Wash.
    December 11, 2010

    (David Conger / DavidConger.com)

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Most Creative Tour Package – James Taylor / Carole King

Most Creative Stage Production – Roger Waters

Best New Touring Artist – Lady Antebellum

Music Festival of the Year (non-touring) – Coachella Valley Music Festival (Indio, CA)

International Music Festival of the Year – Glastonbury Festival (UK)

  • Bubble Boy

    The Flaming Lips' Wayne Coyne.  Glastonbury Festival, Pilton, U.K.
    June 25, 2010

    (AP Photo)

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Nightclub of the Year – Club Nokia (Los Angeles, CA)

Theatre of the Year – Ryman Auditorium (Nashville, TN)

Best New Major Concert Venue – Consol Energy Center (Pittsburgh, PA)

Red Rocks Award for Small Outdoor Venue – Greek Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)

Best Major Outdoor Concert Venue – Hollywood Bowl (Los Angeles, CA)

Arena of the Year – Madison Square Garden Arena (New York, NY)

International Theatre of the Year – Royal Albert Hall (London, UK)

International Arena of the Year – The O2 (London, UK)

Facility Executive of the Year – Rena Wasserman (Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA)

Bill Graham Award for Promoter of the Year – Debra Rathwell (AEG Live - Northeast)

Nightclub Talent Buyer of the Year – Johnny Beach (Bowery Ballroom, NY)

Independent Promoter of the Year – Arny Granat & Jerry Mickelson (Jam Productions)

Talent Buyer of the Year – Don Sullivan (Jam Productions)

International Promoter of the Year – Michael Chugg (Chugg Entertainment)

Booking Agency of the Year – Creative Artists Agency

  • Lady Antebellum

    Koka Booth Amphitheatre, Regency Park, Cary, N.C.
    September 23, 2010

    (Jason Moore)

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Independent Booking Agency of the Year – Monterey International

Bobby Brooks Award for Agent of the Year – Frank Riley (High Road Touring)

Third Coast Booking Agent of the Year – John Huie (Creative Artists Agency)

UK Booking Agent of the Year – Emma Banks (Creative Artists Agency)

Personal Manager of the Year – Coran Capshaw (Dave Matthews Band, Phish, Tim McGraw & Faith Hill)

  • Dave Matthews Band

    North Charleston Coliseum, North Charleston, S.C.
    November 17, 2010

    (Jason Moore)

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Road Warrior of the Year – Jake Berry (U2, Walking With Dinosaurs)

Lighting Company of the Year – Upstaging

Sound Company of the Year – Clair

Staging or Equipment Company of the Year – All Access Staging & Productions

Transportation Company of the Year – Rock-It-Cargo

Video Company of the Year – MooTV


Comments

  1. Psych Unit wrote:

    09:49 AM, Feb 11, 2011

    Dear frankwheeler...:

        I was so ticked off at the Boston 9/30 show, that I confronted one of the sound men and one of the lighting techs about it...who ADMITTED to me that it was happening.

       And by the way...Roger has been lip syncing parts of his show for years. One of his old bandmates even acknowledged it.  See the below links:

    www.youtube.com/watch

    www.youtube.com/watch

    www.brain-damage.co.uk/.../norbert-stachel-august-2002-with-brain-d.html

    So...I have every right to be mad...shut your mouth.

  2. frankwheeler wrote:

    09:41 AM, Feb 10, 2011

    I don't know what tour you saw, Psycho, but Rog was singing his ass off at his Phoenix stop. Guess you couldn't tell that from the Psych Unit. Best Major Tour and Most Creative Production were both well deserved for this fantastic show.

  3. Psych Unit wrote:

    01:28 PM, Feb 08, 2011

    Majorly Disappointing Tour of the Year:  Roger Waters...for lip syncing on stage!  Shame on you, Roger.  Charging $250 a seat and we can see that you are NOT REALLY SINGING.  Live in Concert means you sing, dummy.