14 heinäk. 2022
All Things Live welcomes Then We Take The World
The All Things Live partnership strengthens its management business and roster with the signing of Then We Take The World. An international management company with high-profile clients including Lukas Graham.
Then We Take The World was founded in Copenhagen in 2010 by Lasse Siegismund and Kasper Faerk who built a thriving business with an impressive client list. After joining forces with All Things Live, Kasper Faerk will continue as manager of all artists currently on the roster of Then We Take The World, while Lasse Siegismund will head TWTTW Songs, an independent song and publishing management company.
“I am excited to join the All Things Live partnership and become part of the leading live entertainment company in the Nordics, growing at a rapid pace and exuding positive energy and ambition. Then We Take The World will surely bring a lot of valuable experience from the past 12 years and contribute to the continued development of All Things Live, and I look forward to working closely with a lot of great new colleagues while maintaining a strong relationship with Lasse in the years ahead,” says Kasper Faerk, co-founder of Then We Take The World.
“We are pleased to welcome Then We Take The World and their artists to our partnership as we continue to grow the business and provide people with great live experiences by talented artists,” says Kim Worsøe, Executive Board Member, All Things Live Group.
Kasper Faerk, Then We Take The World
Kim Worsøe, All Things Live Group
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Then We Take The World
Then We Take The World is a well-reputed Los Angeles-based management company and label imprint established Copenhagen in 2010 by Lasse Siegismund and Kasper Faerk. The company represents artists, writers and producers including Lukas Graham, JRM, Future Animals, Hennedub, Rissi, David Labrel, Don Stefano and Pilo.
All Things Live Group
All Things Live was established in December 2018 following Waterland Private Equity’s acquisition of leading Nordic live entertainment companies in Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The partnership has since expanded into Finland and Belgium.
All Things Live has more than 175 employees and covers the full spectrum from local Norwegian acts over Swedish musical productions and Danish stand-up events to stadium concerts with international artists such as The Rolling Stones, Rammstein, Green Day and Eminem.
All Things Live represents 400 local artists on exclusive contracts, promotes almost 7,000 local and international events with more than 2.3 million tickets sold per year and continues to grow its current portfolio of partnerships with large corporate clients.