Live Nation Concerts has promoted Amanda Moore to the head of its Live Nation Las Vegas residency business.
She will work alongside Sid Greenfeig, who runs Live Nation’s concert business in Las Vegas. Both will report to Kurt Melien, who oversees Las Vegas market growth and key client and artist partnerships.
Moore has been working with Live Nation’s Las Vegas office since 2015, when she helped open it and has worked with artists like Lady Gaga, Jennifer Lopez, Backstreet Boys, Aerosmith, Usher, and Britney Spears on their residencies.
“Amanda has been an integral part of Live Nation’s success and highly esteemed reputation in the Las Vegas market,” Bob Roux, President of Live Nation Concerts, said in a statement. “I am looking forward to the company’s continued growth in the Las Vegas market, especially for our residency business as we continue to build from a strong historical base of business with our artists and partners.”
Live Nation has a substantial presence in the Las Vegas market, with residencies being a key part of that. The company produced 300 residency Las Vegas residency dates in 2019 and 410 total concerts in the market in the same year.
Live Nation also partnered with Caesars in 2019 to renovated The Colosseum At Caesars Palace.