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About Nine Yards
Nine Yards leads the field in live music and event production. Over the last 20 years we have successfully produced some of the biggest, most complex shows ever staged.
Our portfolio ranges from high-profile public events to inspirational brand experiences; from TV shows and award ceremonies to large-scale outdoor concerts, festivals and international touring productions.
Our work includes more than 150 outdoor concerts, such as Robbie Williams at Knebworth (attended by 375,000 people; to date the largest outdoor concert staged in the UK). We undertook site management for the London 2012 Beach Volleyball events, constructing temporary structures on the Grade I Listed Horseguards Parade and working with stakeholders ranging from Buckingham Palace to Downing Street. We also produce annually-repeated events like the V Festival, which we have production managed since its inception in 1996. Many of our events are broadcast; including T4 On The Beach, the Brit Awards and the Golden Jubilee Celebrations; and we have good working relationships with the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV. Read our article - Live Event Production.
At Nine Yards we bring a practical, systematic approach to the toughest briefs. This enables us to work in partnership with our clients to deliver outstanding results. We are experienced at working alongside major brand partners, such as Virgin, Ballantines, HSBC and Guinness.
Led by Tony Wheeler, our team includes some of the most experienced event professionals in the industry and we pride ourselves on our ability to represent our partners’ values and objectives at every level – to stakeholders, suppliers and audience.
If you have an event you’d like delivered we’d love to hear from you.
Studio 5, The Hangar, Perseverance Works, 38 Kingsland Road, London, E2 8DD
020 7195 2300
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