Berlin, August 21st, 2017 – DEAG Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG), Berlin, listed on the Prime Standard is acquiring a majority shareholding of British promoter Flying Music Group Holding Ltd. through its British subsidiary Kilimanjaro Holdings Ltd. In fiscal year 2016/2017, the Flying Music Group, which has been profitable since its
One of the UK’s leading music promoters has called on Google to stop taking adverts from secondary ticketing companies found to be operating “in breach of the law”. Stuart Galbraith, CEO of Kilimanjaro Live, which works with acts including Ed Sheeran, Red Hot Chili Peppers and The 1975, claimed Google
Kilimanjaro Live Promoter Mark Walker and Co Founder of Free Focus Management talks about the new breed of talent coming through social media and how to turn that into a live experience and show in this weeks Music Week
Kilimanjaro’s very own San Phillips (Executive Assistant to CEO, Stuart Galbraith) was interviewed in this month’s addition of Live UK Magazine. The full interview is available to read below.
Held in association with Believe Digital and supported by the Mayor Of London, the event will take place at City Hall in London from 5.30pm to 10pm on January 16 and will celebrate the successes and examine the challenges of women in the music industry. Confirmed speakers include newly-appointed London
MyTicket.co.uk, the in-house UK ticket agency for promoter Kilimanjaro Live and parent company Deutsche Entertainment AG (DEAG), has become the latest company to sign a partnership with face-value ticket exchange Twickets. The deal will see MyTicket.co.uk customers redirected to Twickets for sold-out shows, which Kilimanjaro says will “help to protect