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Kilimanjaro Live takes on new promoters

Kilimanjaro Live announces the addition of new promoters Jamie Anderson and Peter Thomsen to its team

By Jamie Raybould on 16 May 2018

Jamie Anderson, Peter Thomsen, Kilimanjaro Live

Anderson (left) and Thomsen


Live event promotions company Kilimanjaro Live, which celebrated 10 years of business in January this year, has announced the addition of Jamie Anderson and Peter Thomsen to its team of promoters.

Anderson has a lot of experience in the industry, having worked previously for PCL Presents in Scotland with artists such as Catfish and the Bottlemen, Jack White and Liam and Noel Gallagher. Thomsen, originally hailing from Denmark, joined the company last year through a successful internship programme.

On joining the company, Anderson says: “Having known Kilimanjaro and its strong reputation in the industry for many years, I’m both honoured and excited to become part of their team”.

I’m delighted to welcome Peter and Jamie to the fold”

Company director and senior promoter Steve Tilley says: “I’m delighted to welcome Peter and Jamie to the fold and have them join myself, Carlo Scarampi, Alan Day, Georgie Donnelly and Mark Walker in representing Kilimanjaro in the incredibly competitive live music scene of the UK. We’re all immensely proud of the artists we work with and these appointments are recognition of the need for us to maintain our eyes and ears out at shows while also providing the best service we can to our existing clients.

“Peter and Jamie are here to build their own careers, as well as those of the artists they bring in, and we’re excited to have them on board and to be able to contribute to their development in the industry. I sincerely hope each of them loves working for Kilimanjaro like our whole team do and I wish them the best of luck out in the field and hope they find and develop industry relationships that allow them to fulfil their potential to the max along with that of the artists they bring into the company.’’

 


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