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Live Music Business Awards – Latitude wins Best Medium Festival Award

Last Thursday at the Radisson Blu Portman Hotel in London the Live Music Business Awards took place. Now in its fourth year, this event is the only one rewarding the people in the UK’s music business – from promoters to festival organisers – who show talent, passion and outstanding performances.

The Live Music Business Awards is part of a series of other live music- related initiatives. The Awards are produced by Live UK Events Ltd, organiser of the annual conference and networking event LIVE UK Summit. The sister company Audience Media produces publications for the UK and global contemporary live music industries.

Our Director Alex Brooke at the Awards

Sponsors included UK venues, acoustic specialists, bar providers and other live music professionals. Peppermint was obviously one of those, sponsoring the Best Medium Festival Award, which was won by Latitude Festival!

Here is a list of the other awards:

Best Venue Teamwork – Stadium: Wembley Stadium

Best Venue Teamwork – Arena: The O2, London

Best Venue Teamwork – Theatre/Concert: Wolves Civic, Wolverhampton

Best Venue Teamwork – Campus: Manchester Academy

Best Venue Teamwork – Major Club (cap 800+): Corporation, Sheffield

Best Venue Teamwork – Club (cap under 800): Under the Bridge, London

Agent of the Year: Alex Hardee, Coda Music Agency

Artiste Manager of the Year: Kwame Kwaten, ATC

National Promoter of the Year: DHP Family

Regional Promoter of the Year: Orchard Events, Wales

Indie Promoter of the Year (Local impact): Jamie Finn, No-Wave (Folkestone)

Tour Manager of the Year: Glen Rowe (Muse)

Best Record Label Partner: Claire Haffenden, Universal Music

Spectacle of the Year (Best Production): Muse at Emirates Stadium, London

Best Festival (cap 40,000+): Glastonbury

Best Festival (cap under 15,000): Bloodstock, Derbyshire

Breakthrough Artiste: Ben Howard

Greatest Brand Impact: Relentless

Best Festival Performance: Biffy Clyro at Reading

Unsung Hero: Graham Lambert, Tour Rep, SJM Concerts

 

Craving for more awards? Check our post on the UK Festival awards, vote and follow the awards live with us!

 

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