Program - Live Nation Field L.A.B.S.
Learning Access Behind the Scenes
Each student must have an expressed desire to become a professional in the live event business and be prepared to observe and learn in the working environment. To be clear, this is not a hands-on opportunity; instead, we will be in the field during the construction, operation and deconstruction phases of some of the world’s most prolific touring artists, in some of the worlds most iconic locations, followed by more formal, classroom style reviews of the experiences. We believe learning in this manner connects the dots to what the students will observe and provides a real-life immersion into the environment and rigors of the schedule.
Live Nation Entertainment is the world’s leading live entertainment and ecommerce company, comprised of four market leaders: Ticketmaster.com, Live Nation Concerts, Front Line Management Group and Live Nation Network.
- Fundamental elements of live events
- Roles and responsibilities
- Command and control structure
- Safety and security mechanisms
- Practical construction and deconstruction timelines
- Fulfilling artist ridersMeeting artists creative expectations
- Audience safety mechanisms
- Crowd dynamics
- Emergency planning fundamentals
- Artist transport fundamentals
- Coordination with local authorities
- Leadership in live event principal
|16 July||FLY TO LONDON|
|17 July||WELCOME, PROGRAM OVERVIEW & SAFETY TRAINING|
|18 July||BRISTOL HARBOUR FESTIVAL SITE CONSTRUCTION|
|19 JULY||EVENT PLANNING FOR SAFETY|
|20 JULY||BRISTOL HARBOUR FESTIVAL|
|21 JULY||INTERNATIONAL AIR TATTOO FESTIVAL|
|22 & 23 JULY||OFF|
|24 JULY||EVENT PLANNING CREATIVE REALIZATION|
|25 - 26 JULY||WOMAD FESTIVAL CHARLTON PARK|
|27 JULY||FORMAL SAFETY TRAINING ESAT ACCREDIDATION|
|28 & 29 JULY||OFF & RELOCATE|
|30 & 31 JULY||PRODUCTION ASSEMBLY CAMPUS TOUR & CLASSROOM|
|1 AUGUST||BACKSTAGE ACADEMY|
|2 AUGUST||PRODUCTION SUPPLY CHAIN|
|3 & 4 AUGUST||OFF|
|5 - 8 AUGUST||LONDON INFRASTRUCTURE & CLASSROOM EXERCISES|
|9 AUGUST||RETURN HOME|
Eligibility & Qualifications
Students must come prepared to be on-site for a minimum of 12 hours each day and in some cases, it will be more. Each student must purchase, and always carry with them, an approved hardhat, steel-toed foot protection, and safety glasses. A branded high-vis vest will be made available as part of our identification protocol and must always be worn while on location.
Of the desired outcomes one of the most relevant is to provide the student real-life working examples of the rigors of the business to help determine whether working in live events is a fitting professional pursuit.
- English speaker
- Interest in event production, in the live music and creative arts industry