Jazz and GES Make Sure Tattoo Shows Run Smoothly

March 6, 2017

Jazz needed a reputable supplier to offer core services, at the highest standard, across all of their Tattoo shows. They felt it was important to build a strong working partnership with us to build a common understanding of their values, goals and long-term direction, in the hope of developing a solid and consistent working relationship with the same supplier moving forward.

All shows were successfully delivered, on time and on budget. Integrating the Jazz team into ours worked brilliantly and, in turn, we established ourselves as an integral part of their team to help their events move forward. Any time pressures like fashionably late artists, which can cause hectic on-site changes, were dealt with in an efficient and organised manner by our dedicated event manager who oversaw all four shows to bring a level of consistency to the delivery. 

In addition to this, The Great British Tattoo Show at Alexandra Palace was featured on BBC 3’s Don’t Tell the Bride, as two visitors got married live on stage at the show. With headline acts from around the World for 2014 including renowned DJ Megan Daniels who was flown in from LA and Zombie Boy a Canadian Fashion Model (known for his all over Skeletal Tattoos), it really was a fantastic spectacle for visitors.


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