DHP Family

DHP Family is a multi-award winning live music promoter with over 35 years experience in the industry. Ever-expanding and highly ambitious; we have expertise in all key areas of the business including: concerts, festivals, venue management, ticketing, and artist management.

CONCERTS
We have quickly earned a credible reputation with premier international artists and agents, winning National Promoter of the Year Live UK Awards) multiple times.

FESTIVALS
We are responsible for the award-winning Dot to Dot Festival in Nottingham, Bristol and Manchester, multi-venue Hit the Deck Festival in Nottingham and Bristol, dollop curated Everywhere Festival in Nottingham, MIrrors in Hackney and Splendour Festival at Wollaton Park in Nottingham.

VENUES
We own and operate eight venues and responsible for the programming of a further venue across four cities. Our biggest venue is Nottingham’s Rock City – frequented by some of the world’s biggest acts. DHP Family’s newest venture is London’s Oslo, which opened its doors in January '14 and already has a reputation for showcasing innovative and cutting edge music. In addition to this we have Nottingham's Rescue Room, Bodega and Stealth venues, the iconic Thekla boat venue in Bristol and a partnership with Manchester Cathedral. Most recently we have acquired The Borderline and The Garage in London.

TICKETING
Alt-Tickets is one of the UK’s leading ticketing websites for independent live music, clubs, tours and festivals. Offering a wide range of ticketing solutions and a fully functional box office system.

MANAGEMENT
Concentrating on the specific needs of the artist, DHP Family offers a bespoke management service to develop an artist’s career.

Whether it's exciting new talent playing their first show at a 50cap venue or a national tour for an established star, we never fail to provide an epic live experience for live music lovers.

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Status: 

Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

201-500

Company type: 

Privately Held

Founded year: 

1980

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