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DF Concerts

DF Concerts (formerly known as Dance Factory Concerts) is a Scottish promoter responsible for major events such as T in the Park, The Edge Festival and Connect, as well as the Scottish tour-dates of many international acts at venues around the country.

DF Concerts also owns and manages King Tut's Wah Wah Hut, in Glasgow.[1]

It is one of the three major promoters in Scotland, the others being Regular Music and CPL (Cathouse Promotions Limited).

DF Concerts organised the Papal Mass in Bellahouston Park for the Pope's visit in 2010.[2]

The current CEO of DF Concerts is Geoff Ellis, who took over from founding CEO Stuart Clumpas in 2001.[1][3] Since 2008, DF Concerts have been majority-owned by LN-Gaiety Investments, a joint venture between Live Nation and Denis Desmond, an Irish music promoter.[4]

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External links

  • DF Concerts Official Site
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