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DreamHaus poaches Goodlive’s Julian Gupta and team

CTS Eventim's Berlin-based agency says that the new festival booking team will allow it to "build up additional live platforms"

By IQ on 17 Jun 2022

L-R: DreamHaus's Schwarz, Gupta, Fritzenschaft, Kob and Seemann

L-R: DreamHaus's Schwarz, Gupta, Fritzenschaft, Kob and Seemann


image © Markus Werner

CTS Eventim’s DreamHaus has announced the appointment of Julian Gupta as director of festival booking.

His team, which consists of talent buyer Benjamin Fritzenschaft and talent buying assistant Moritz Kob, will follow him to the Berlin-based agency.

Gupta joins DreamHaus from Germany’s Goodlive where he was head of festival booking and curated line-ups for events including splash! (Ferropolis) and Heroes (Kassel, Freiburg and Geiselwind).

“I’m grateful that with Julian, Benji and Moritz we have been able to win an amazing team, who perfectly fit into DreamHaus’ DNA”

Gupta and his team have also worked on tours for the likes of Stormzy, Odesza, Little Simz, Khalid, Skepta and Dave.

Commenting on the new appointments, DreamHaus CEO Matt Schwarz says: “I’m grateful that with Julian, Benji and Moritz we have been able to win an amazing team, who perfectly fit into DreamHaus’ DNA.”

Gupta adds: “Since the first talks, I’ve been convinced that we can implement new ideas with the team here. I’m looking forward to the upcoming tasks in a perfect environment.”

Marc Seemann, director strategy & business development at DreamHaus, says: “We are very pleased about the new opportunities the integration of Julian and his team will open up together with their convincing market competence. We will further expand the areas of marketing and brand partnership by using new synergies.”

DreamHaus is responsible for organising and programming the Rock am Ring and Rock im Park festivals, along with eventimpresents. The agency says it is planning to “build up additional live platforms” with the new team.

 


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