The Bureau, the music festival curated by Dagger Wolf and Tim O’Sullivan, is over before it even began.
The Bureau was meant to showcase Motown legends The Temptations, disco icons C+C Music Factory, newbie Charlies Bradley and Australian pop legends Pseudo Echo.
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According to their own promo blurb, “Dagger & Tim originally from Melbourne, consistently fly from Vietnam to Melbourne. With only a small team involved, Dagger staged the ‘I AM HARDWELL’ Vietnam show. The show was and still is the biggest dance festival, to enter Vietnam, the first DJ tour ever entering the country that lead towards some major changes in the entertainment industry, in just one year. Vietnam has never witnessed so many big artists and music festivals being held within a year before the I AM HARDWELL Vietnam show. It held 17,500 people at a military base and it was also the 2nd biggest show of the entire tour worldwide. Prior to this event, Steve Aoki was in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City where Dagger & Tim hosted smaller festival concept events. Since then they have hosted Beach festivals in Da Nang featuring: the Vengaboys, Peking Duk and Client Liaison”.
About the company, “Dagger Wolf Bureau (DWB) is an Australian entertainment producer, concept developer and promoter of international music and food concepts.
The Company founded in 2012 with offices located in both Saigon and Melbourne, produces in-door and out-door events such as festivals, stadium shows and world tours.
DWB has produced events that include: I AM HARDWELL Vietnam Tour 2014, The People’s Market, Made In House, Da Nang Music Festival, Kickin On A Weekday Music and Arts Festival and the newly established ‘The Bureau Melbourne.’
More information is forthcoming as Noise11 learns more about the latest live concert debacle.
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