Global entertainment powerhouse Live Nation says it is ecstatic about operating the Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory, and Live Nation knows its business. In 2015, the U.S. corporation promoted 25,000 concerts that drew more than 63 million fans worldwide. Its portfolio includes arenas, amphitheaters, festivals, theaters and clubs. Its parent company, Live Nation Entertainment, also owns Ticketmaster. The Pavilion is one element of the Music Factory development, which includes restaurants, offices, retail space and an Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Located just north of O’Connor between State Highway 114 and Las Colinas Boulevard, the Music Factory will be a North Texas entertainment beacon.
Beginning in May, business and community innovators will have the opportunity to soak in a 180-degree view of downtown Irving while leveraging support and professional guidance from business leaders, colleges and professional organizations.
The exploration and production company acquired 20,000 net acres in the West Texas Midland Basin from one of the most active drillers in the region.
Multiple 1,000-job corporate prospects have Irving-Las Colinas on their radar. Meanwhile, the city has become a more well-rounded place for employers as they recruit an increasingly diverse talent base.
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