Live Nation’s senior vice-president of international and emerging markets Jason Miller has announced his departure.
The industry veteran has held his most recent role at the live events giant since 2016, after previously serving as SVP of the company’s operations in Asia.
Miller previously operated a concert consultancy and spent more than a decade as an agent at CAA.
In a post on his social media, Miller wrote: “I am incredibly proud of the team I built at Live Nation. I am humbled by the record breaking tours this team executed (U2, Coldplay, Madonna, Bruno Mars, Guns & Roses, etc, etc).
“I am grateful for all the career changing experiences I’ve had at Live Nation over the last 7+ years.”
“I’ve officially moved on from my role as SVP International & Emerging Markets. I don’t know where my next adventure will lead, but I am excited for what the future holds.”
International growth played a key role in Live Nation’s growth during 2019. In its full-year results for the year to December 31, 2019, Live Nation said it now provides ticketing services in 31 countries and in 2019 delivered 115 million tickets internationally, “with tremendous opportunity for continued growth on a global basis, particularly in the 15 markets where we promote concerts but do not yet have a substantial ticketing operation.”