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After spending most of the summer in fields working with promoters, local authorities and brands keen to activate in the festival space, we’re delighted to have picked up an industry award for our work producing the perfectly formed Kendal Calling.

The 2011 Live Music Business Awards, last week named it as the Best Festival for under 15,000 people.  Ten thousand lovely people descended on the beautiful Lowther Park in the heart of the Lake District to see artists including Blondie, The Cribs, Chase & Status, House of Pain and Mr Scruff, perform on one of the seven stages on site. The event also saw brands including, Sailor Jerrys, Lucozade, Jagermeister, Pizza Express, Wagamamas and Vitamin Water making friends with the masses via exciting live experiences. 

We were in great company at the ceremony, with other winners on the night including London’s The O2 for Best Venue Teamwork - Arena, Take That’s Progress tour for Spectacle of the Year - Best Production and Adele’s manager Jonathan Dickins who was awarded Artiste Manager of the Year. 

It’s the first award of the season and we are hoping some of our other productionsincluding the alpine shindig Snowbombing, Parklife and the innovative Jodrell bank Live that took place in the shadow of the mighty Lovell Telescope. We are also hoping to pick up a few gongs for the work we have done with the lovely people from Magners and Southern Comfort at places like V, Lattitude and The Bi