The leading UK promoter, already a partner with LN in V Festival and Academy Music Group, will merge its "promotions expertise with Live Nation's established frameworks"
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Hutton has departed the London-based promoter, where he'd spent 28 years, for start-up Crosstown Concerts
By Jon Chapple on 29 Feb 2016
Paul Hutton has left Metropolis Music.
The leading British concert promoter was a long-serving director of Metropolis, where he had worked for 28 years. He announced the news on Facebook today.
Hutton is now working at a start-up called Crosstown Concerts.
Metropolis is one of the UK’s leading independent promoters and artist management agencies. It promotes over 600 shows a year and produces events including Summer Series (in Bristol and at Somerset House), the NME Awards and V Festival.
This article will be updated.