The ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Gala Dinner invites 350 of the live music industry's masterminds and top investigators to climb aboard for an evening of mystery, mayhem and award giving.
The journey commences at the luxurious 8Northumberland hotel, which boasts one of the grandest Victorian interiors in London, and is just yards from Trafalgar Square. Just as the Orient Express found fame traveling from Paris to Constantinople, passengers will undertake a culinary journey of their own through an exquisite five-star, four-course feast with a selection of fine wines to match. Along the journey, there’ll be stops for the annual ILMC pop quiz and some utterly unforgettable entertainment courtesy of TV presenter and magician extraordinaire Nigel Mead, before the final destination of the evening: The Arthur Awards 2017.
As excitement builds, the mystery of who will take home one of the coveted statuettes will finally be solved as conductress extraordinaire Emma Banks hosts the industry’s favourite awards ceremony in her own inimitable style.
Continuing the country focus of ILMC gala dinners, and with Switzerland a traditional stop on the Orient Express route, the evening will be hosted by a collective of Swiss companies.
Tickets for The Gala Dinner are priced at £185 per passenger, and is nearly sold out. To purchase one of the last remaining tickets, email [email protected].
The dress code for this event is smart or simply decadent. Passengers arriving in T-shirts will be politely shown to the third-class carriage…
8 Northumberland Avenue, London, WC2N 5BY
Hosts: Mainland Music | Opus One Productions | Montreux Jazz Festival | Baloise Session
Date: Thursday 9 March 2017
To find out who will catch an elusive Arthur 2017, wanted all over the world for crimes against serious award ceremonies, you need to attend this year's ceremony, which will take place at 8Northumberland hotel in London on Thursday 9 March 2017 as part of The ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Gala Dinner.
The Arthur Awards has a voting pool of over 4,000 of the world’s leading concert business professionals. The nominations are decided by a committee of 100 industry professionals.
Voting for the Arthur Awards 2017 has now closed - thank you to everyone that took the time to vote. Details of those individuals and companies who took home a statuette of the little guy will be published here after the Gala Dinner has taken place.
Accord Arena, Paris
Ericsson Globe, Stockholm
The O2, London
Royal Albert Hall, London
SSE Hydro, Glasgow
Ziggo Dome, Amsterdam
Kelly Chappel, Live Nation (UK)
Stuart Galbraith, Kilimanjaro Live (UK)
André Lieberberg, Live Nation Germany
Mads Sørensen, Beatbox Entertainment (Denmark)
Stephan Thanscheidt, FKP Scorpio (Germany)
Matt Woolliscroft, SJM Concerts (UK)
British Summertime Hyde Park, UK
Isle of Wight, UK
Lollapalooza Berlin, Germany
Paléo Festival Nyon, Switzerland
Pohoda Festival, Slovakia
Rock Werchter, Belgium
Rob Challice, Coda
Mike Greek, CAA
John Giddings, Solo
Ian Huffam, X-ray Touring
Geoff Meall, UTA
Steve Zapp, ITB
Eat to the Beat
The Tour Company
Philip Brennan, TMI Business Management
Lester Dales, Dales Evans & Co
Selina Emeny, Live Nation UK
Martin Goebbels, Integro
Dick Molenaar, All Arts Tax Advisors
Tina Richard, T&S Immigration
Sarah Donovan, Live Nation UK
Diana Pereira, ITB
Charlie Renton, Primary Talent International
Sarah Sherlock, Solo
Claire Utting, UTA
Tommy Bruce, Full Stop Mgmt.
Andrej Malogajski, Pleasure Productions
Tobe Onwuka, mgr: Stormzy
Italo Rossi, Move Concerts
Katie Stewart, Lunatic Ent./Laneway Fest.
Oliver Ward, UTA
Will be awarded to an individual who has
contributed greatly to the live music industry