Kilimanjaro Live, along with countless others involved in the live music industry, are taking today to mark the start of the #LetTheMusicPlay campaign. Our aim is to raise awareness of the plight of the live music industry in the UK as a result of the lockdown measures brought in to
Kilimanjaro are proud to work alongside their partners DHP as the UK promoters of the Ed Sheeran Divide tour shows. Ed Sheeran’s Divide Tour has been named the highest-grossing tour of all time, breaking a record set by U2 that had stood for eight years. This summer DHP and Kilimanjaro
Stuart Galbraith, the Director and Founder of Kilimanjaro Live Group, and theatre producer, Joshua Andrews, have announced the creation of ‘Kilimanjaro Theatricals’, a new venture established between the two which will produce (and co-produce) theatrical productions across the UK and also overseas. Kilimanjaro Theatricals will focus on the creative development
Last week we were honoured to pick up our tenth award (in our tenth year) at the Live UK Awards. Kilimanjaro Live picked up National Promoter of the Year. We have even started using our second award shelf.
Lisa talks to Accounting and Business about building Kilimanjaro Live from the Ground Up, and how ten years of events have shaped us.
For services to Progressive Music, Kilimanjaro Live was proud to accept the Industry VIP award presented from Steve Hackett to Alan Day & Stuart Galbraith on the 11th September. Alan cited that he didn’t just set out to work on Prog Music, but to work on good music and proceeded
Kew The Music the annual celebration of music and food that takes place in the World Hertitage site of Kew Gardens won The Tony Kane Cultural Experience of the Year” at Time & Leisure Food & Culture 2018 awards. The awards have been going strong for eight years, with over
Simon Skelt has been inducted to the Access All Areas magazine ‘The Next Generation – Class of 2018‘. Top 30 under 30s in the live events industry.