Big Day Out

  1. Australia’s Big Day Out Fest Canceled for 2015, Owners Promise ‘We Will Be Back’

    June 26, 2014 5:55 AM EDT Australia’s once mighty Big Day Out has been scrapped for 2015. But its new sole owners, the U.S. live event promoters C3 Presents, insist it’ll return in future in some configuration.  Execs at Austin, Texas-based C3, which produces Lollapalooza, ...

  2. BDO Confirm AJ Maddah’s Arrival, Ken West Staying

    September 18, 2013 2:26 AM EDT As the dust settles on the deal that brought together the teams behind two of Australia’s biggest festival brands -- the Big Day Out and Soundwave -- some new insight is starting to emerge. AJ Maddah, who runs the heavy-edged Soundwave festival, ...

  3. Chili Peppers, Killers, YYYs, Kaskade Announced For Australia's Big Day Out In Make Or Break Year

    July 16, 2012 1:11 PM EDT The Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Killers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Vampire Weekend are among the acts confirmed to play Australia's festival giant, the Big Day Out, which will next its 21st birthday in six months' time. Others announced today i ...

  4. Billboard Power 100: Charles Attal, Charlie Jones & Charlie Walker

    January 27, 2012 10:00 AM EST No. 33 Charles Attal, Charlie Jones & Charlie Walker Partners C3 Presents Twitter: @C3Concerts Private Shows, Festivals, Independent Spirits... Led by partners Charles Attal, Charlie Jones and Charlie Walker, Austin-based C3 Presents was in 20 ...

  5. C3 Presents Forms Partnership With Big Day Out

    January 04, 2012 9:38 AM EST Austin, Texas-based C3 Presents has formed a partnership with the Big Day Out festivals in Australia and New Zealand, C3 partner Charlie Walker told Billboard.biz early this morning. The deal marks a new phase for the venerable Australian festival ...

  6. Sales Spikes For Big Day Out, Triple J Acts

    February 01, 2010 12:00 AM EST The influence of Australia's giant Big Day Out festival and the Triple J radio network's Hottest 100 countdown has sparked several spikes on the country's sales charts. British acts Muse and Mumford & Sons are among the key bene ...

  7. DF Concerts Post Loss

    November 05, 2008 12:00 AM EST Glasgow-based concert promoter DF Concerts has posted a loss of £1.09 million ($1.74 million) for the year ending March 31 2008. The figure compares to a £42,292 ($67,649) pre-tax profit the previous year. Despite the loss, DF Concerts director Ge ...