Jason Miller is moving from Live Nation to Outback Presents, where he has taken the role of GM of the North East Division to help grow the independent promoter’s business.
Miller, most recently executive vp at Live Nation Entertainment, is a veteran of the live entertainment industry with more than 30 years of experience. Over the course of his career, he’s produced events for top artists and entertainers at the iconic venues including Madison Square Garden, Barclays Center, Prudential Center, Radio City Music Hall, Citi Field, Yankee Stadium, Carnegie Hall, The Beacon Theatre, Northwell Health at Jones Beach, MetLife Stadium and Central Park’s Great Lawn and SummerStage.
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“This is a tremendous moment for me personally and professionally,” Miller said in a release. “The new position allows me to return to my creative roots and independent spirit. I’m proud to be able to continue working with world-class artists and events.”
“Jason carries decades of knowledge, history, and integrity along with a vast pool of experience promoting and producing the highest class of events in North America,” said Outback Presents’ Mike Smardak, Brian Dorfman and Vaughn Millette in a joint statement. “We are proud to foster his creative spirit and thrive in a new era of live entertainment.”
Outback’s team has also recently grown with the hires of Everett Ramsey and Hardy McBee, formerly of Beaver Productions, as well as Fallon Nell, who returned to Outback after stints in both artist management and at Belmont University.
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