Our Summer 2019 So Far…

Our 2018 Summer season hardly seemed to have finished and we’ve already rolled into our 2019 season, it’s certainly looking like a busy year ahead!

May
NEC Birmingham welcomes us back for the second Baby Show of the year project managing the ‘Baby Stage’ on behalf of Clarion Exhibitions and Eight-Freestyle Events. Meg is off to Europe to join George Ezra on his European tour for the whole of May and will then be continuing with him throughout the summer on his festival shows.

June
We have some great Corporate shows in the diary which we are looking forward to providing stage management and artist liaison services to. Frankie will be project managing Michelin’s Stand at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed on behalf of DMN DesignBuild and Dick has been appointed as Technical Production Manager for a series of shows on behalf of SymphoTECH featuring Olly Murs, Madness & Nile Rodgers and Chic at Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester and Franklins Gardens, Northampton.

July
Frankie and Meg will be back at Standon Calling Festival to run the artist department for their 3rd year with an impressive line up to look after. Amy and Dick will be back at Medway for the 25th year with the Rochester Castle Concerts on behalf of Medway Council. This year’s shows are featuring Jess Glynne, Rudimental, Soul Party and The Castle Proms with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.

August
On behalf of Festival Republic, TEEm EnTEEtainment are continuing to supply Main Stage production management services at Reading festival with this year’s headliners The 1975, Post Malone, Twenty One Pilots and Foo Fighters.

September
Dick and Meg will be returning to Hyde Park for the BBC Proms & Radio 2 Live In Hyde Park managing the Technical Production on behalf of Festival Republic and Frankie will be continuing her work for DMN DesignBuild with Michelin for the annual Goodwood Revival which brings us to the last of our currently scheduled outdoor summer shows!

We hope to see some of you in a field somewhere throughout the summer. From October we will be heading indoors into the warm – keep a look out for our autumn & winter show schedule later on in the year.

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