Registration is hotting up for the Event Production Show, which will now feature Pink Floyd’s manager Peter Jenner.

The Event Production Show takes place 28 February and 1 March alongside the International Confex and office* at Olympia London. Travel disruption is expected to be minimal.

Jenner’s panel discussion will take place tomorrow (Day one) on the Main Stage from 11.45-12.30.

The session, chaired by Ben Jones Virgin Radio is titled Can Live music save the music industry? It will feature Stuart Galbraith; Pete Downton, deputy CEO 7 Digital; Peter Jenner, ex manager of Pink Floyd.

After gaining a first-class honours degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge, Jenner, at the age of 21, worked as lecturer at the London School of Economics. After four years at the LSE he left to manage the then up-and-coming band Pink Floyd.

Jenner also put on a number of free concerts in London’s Hyde Park which included the 1969 concert by The Rolling Stones.

Jenner has managed Pink Floyd, T-Rex, Ian Dury, Roy Harper, The Clash, The Disposable Heroes of Hiphoprisy, Robyn Hitchcock, Baaba Maal, Sarah Jane Morris, Denzil and Eddi Reader (Fairground Attraction). Jenner has also managed Billy Bragg for more than 15 years.

Register for the Event Production Show here:


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