One of the most exciting panels we’re working on this year at the Billboard Touring Conference is an enlightening conversation with two iconic women in our profession — attorney Dina LaPolt with LaPolt Law and Lou Taylor from Tri Star Sports & Entertainment Group. In today’s music climate, touring is one of artists’ leading sources of income, but achieving a good profit margin can be complicated unless specific details are handled correctly before the deal is signed. Despite increased consumer demand and new opportunities for headline touring, a profitable tour is anything but certain. This must-attend conversation between two industry icons will dive into the biggest issues that determine whether a tour will run at a profit or a loss and challenges touring professionals to justify their commissions when the ink runs red.
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