The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians bought the naming rights to a concert venue in San Bernardino County, California. The former Glen Helen Pavilion is now called the San Manuel Amphitheatre. Signs for the facility were changed earlier this month. Terms of the deal weren't disclosed but county officials objected because they had been receiving $120,000 under an agreement that expired this year. A meeting with Live Nation, which owns the venue, appears to have addressed the concerns. Get the Story:
Pavilion spat may have been averted (The San Bernardino Sun 7/31)
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