One Offs: Bonnaroo, AXS, Kodak Black & Way More

Bonnaroo was nearing a deal at press time to renew its contract with Manchester, Tenn., to keep the festival in the city for several more years, with the two sides negotiating how to spend a $3-per-ticket fee

Kodak Black’s Nov. 14 concert at the College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Conn., was halted when a fan climbed a scaffolding


AXS Ticketing was recognized as a “Digital Tech Leader” by tax/auditing company Deloitte, ranking 261 of the 500 fastest-growing North American companies in the tech field with a 348 percent growth rate

Walter Becker’s wife said the Steely Dan guitarist died while being treated for esophageal cancer

The cause of Tom Petty’s death was yet to be determined at press time as the L.A. coroner awaits results of the toxicology report

Neil Young is expected to release his entire archive of recordings for free Dec. 1, the same day he releases his new album, The Visitor.

Fort Wayne, Ind.’s mayor has scrapped plans for a new downtown arena and events center, saying the project didn’t have enough public support.

Sodexo announced it has signed an agreement to acquire food & bev company Centerplate

The president of Boston’s prestigious Berklee College of Music says 11 faculty members have been fired during the past 13 years for sexual assault and harassment

Brandeis University in Boston says it has postponed but not canceled a stage play about the late comedian Lenny Bruce after some students and alumni alleged the play contains racist language and themes

AEG announced it has entered into a partnership with Hint Inc., which will supply its healthy drink products to various AEG venues

Finances at Prairie Knights Casino in Fort Yates, N.D., are slowly improving after a $6 million shortfall during the peak of Dakota Access Pipeline protests in February, according to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

The aging Sioux Falls Arena in South Dakota faces an uncertain future as it is in need of repair and competing against the new Denny Sanford Premier Center

Billy Corgan rebooted the National Wrestling Alliance, with the first event a battle between NWA champion Tim Storm and British star Nick Aldis on “Championship Wrestling From Hollywood” Nov. 12.