Live Nation Midwest regional president Mark Campana will relocate to the company’s downtown office in Chicago. Previously, Campana divided his time between Live Nation offices in Detroit and throughout the Midwest.
The relocation “demonstrates our commitment to the market,” said Live Nation CEO of North American Music Jason Garner in statement.
“Mark’s contributions to Live Nation have been very valuable as we continue to expand our activities throughout the Midwest,” he continued, “and I am pleased that he will now direct our efforts from one of our most important offices in the country.”
In 2006, Live Nation produced more than 300 concerts in the Chicago market. The company owns and/or operates the Alpine Valley Music Theatre (East Troy, Wis.), First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (Chicago), Charter One Pavilion at Northerly Island (Chicago) and House of Blues (Chicago).
Campana, a Chicago native and 30-year veteran of the entertainment industry, was appointed to Midwest regional president for the company in 2005, assuming all activities in Illinois, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Minnesota and the Dakotas.