GoodWorks Entertainment Group announced Friday that it has acquired Infinity Music Hall & Bistro Hartford & Norfolk.
Fairfield-based GoodWorks Entertainment, a live entertainment company, is expanding its Connecticut footprint. It has been the exclusive talent buyer for Fairfield Theatre Company for more than a decade. It is also a preferred promoter and talent-buyer for 10 regional venues, according to a statement.
Soon to be rebranded GoodWorks Infinity, the new ownership aims to build on Infinity Hall’s successes of the past decade.
“We intend to grow the concert schedule by capitalizing on our buying power in the regional marketplace,” said Tyler Grill, CEO and co-founder of GoodWorks Entertainment, in the statement. “Not only will there be more blockbuster standing room only shows, we also will be providing lots of opportunities for developing local bands.”
The GoodWorks mission represents a new approach for the live music entertainment industry.
“Our business model is based on community-building and giving back,” said David Rosenfeld, GoodWorks Entertainment co-founder. “We will be partnering with the community to enhance cultural growth by hosting an ongoing series of events called ‘Concerts for Good’ to benefit local charities.”
In 2018, 10 Concerts for Good events raised more than $60,000 for charities in Fairfield County.
“I could not be happier that the special music venues we have built will be managed by a growing Connecticut-based entertainment company with a long track-record of success that is also socially conscious and community-minded,” said Dan Hincks, founder of Infinity Hall in Norfolk and Hartford, in the statement. “I fully expect that GoodWorks Infinity will take what we’ve established to the next level. Music lovers throughout the region will be the big winners.”
For information about upcoming shows at Infinity Hall in Norfolk or Hartford, visit https://www.infinityhall.com