Music is eternal. It can be played around the campfire, in clubs or arenas. But experiencing live music is something people want now as much as they ever did. This is how it is going to be as long as there are hearts that want to be moved and feet that want to dance.
The music industry is going through big changes. The digitization of the music has brought a revolution, and how we will find new artists and hear new music in the future is still unknown. In a world where the internet makes everything available the concert experience offers something unique. The opportunity to experience the moment exists only for that moment. So the collective elements of a concert experience become more and more important, to the artist and the fan. To gather together, to be part of something. The power released in the meeting between performer and audience is magical when everything is right.
United stage today is the largest independent company in the Nordic entertainment industry, acting as live agents, tour producers, corporate events arrangers and artist managers. In addition to the role as tour producer are we also in the artist management where we are one of Scandinavian’s leading companies. We represent 160+ artists exclusively and arrange over 2000 artist performances per year.
United stage was founded in 1984, in 2014 we celebrated our 30th year in the music business.
In 2015, United Stage International was born - a new office based in London and dedicated to helping artists develop their careers in the UK, across Europe and beyond.
We work across a wide range of genres and bring our combined experience of management, agency and PR to every project.
The world is a changing place and so is the music industry. We at United Stage believe in the music. We believe in the magic of the meeting between the artist and the audience. It’s actually pretty simple.
United Stage International Ltd.
160 New Kings Road,
London SW6 4LZ
Tel: 0207 736 4810
Artist Development: firstname.lastname@example.org
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United Stage (Norway)