Team Love are a Bristol based company specialising in festival and event production. We have the experience, knowledge, skills and expertise that can only be gained from years of involvement in an extensive range of high profile festivals and events.
Our core team has worked as part of the production team on numerous major UK festivals that include Glastonbury, Leeds, Latitude, Bestival, Boomtown, Shambala, Secret Garden Party, Wilderness, Parklife & The Big Chill.
Team Love programme some of the most exciting stages across the festival circuit including Glastonbury’s massively popular Wow! stage, which has become the festival’s go-to destination for forward-thinking dance music under the team’s direction.
In addition to heading up the Wow!, company directors Tom & Dave assist in programming for the Silver Hayes area of Glastonbury as a whole, bringing some of the world’s biggest underground acts to Pilton each year.
Whilst Dave plays out regularly as a DJ, he is also a Director of Futureboogie – the record label, artist management & booking agency responsible for putting on hugely successful parties across the country.
Team Love have also booked and run stages at Secret Garden Party, The Big Chill, Somersault, Wilderness & Glade, not to mention frequent forays into the international scene- the crew handled advancing, booking and delivery for The Garden Festival in Croatia. Team Love have now taken the reins of it’s new incarnation – Love International.
Team Love are able to deliver full event production. Specific areas of expertise include site planning and management, technical production, creative production, accreditation, artist liaison, artist advancing and guest list management.
Our diverse experience extends further than the festival field to cover a wealth of other areas, including large private events for corporate clients, charity dinners and club promotion. We work closely with Red Bull Music Academy, providing production management services for a number of their key events.
In 2012 Team Love realised a long-standing dream and utilised our skills to build a festival from the ground up, assuming responsibility for all aspects of licensing and production in-house and programming a line up comprised of internationally renowned DJs and performers as well as fresh talent from the UK scene.
Entitled ‘Love Saves The Day’, the festival proved to be a phenomenal success and sold out with weeks to go in its first year. Since then, the event has grown year-on-year in terms of both size and artistic remit, expanding into a two-day long celebration of all that is good and great about underground music. Love Saves The Day 2016, 2017 & 2018 have seen crowds in excess of 40,000 attend over the weekend each year.
For Love Saves the Day and all of our projects, Team Love work with a wider crew of trusted professionals, suppliers and contractors. We have established close working relationships with experts in health & safety, stage management, technical production, security, litter & recycling, site décor, steward management and suppliers of essential site infrastructure to ensure that every facet of the event is delivered to the highest standard.
Following the success of 2016’s inaugural event with headliners Massive Attack, The Downs Festival returned in 2017 & 2018 with continuing strength. The 30,000 capacity all-day event saw British rock band, Elbow headline the main stage in 2017 joined by American blues legend, Seasick Steve. 2018 brought Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and mod rock legend Paul Weller to the Main Stage with Orbital headlining the Avon Stage. 2019 line-up and information to follow in the coming months..read case study.
Love International is a sublime seven day odyssey which defines the essence of a holiday and festival merged into one beatific week. Nestled away amid sprawling pine trees, rocky outcrops and crystal-clear Adriatic waters in Tisno, music lovers and adventure seekers from all over Europe and beyond unite for a truly magical week under theread case study.
Team Love work collaboratively with Red Bull Music Academy to host a series of bespoke musical experiences and events in Bristol including St Pauls carnival, RBMA Culture Clash and the RBMA Lecture Sessions. Assuming responsibility for artist and venue booking, production services and handling on-the-ground logistics, Team Love work closely with Red Bull to ensureread case study.
Established in 2013 by Team Love directors Tom & Dave inside a former bank in Bristol’s city centre, The Love Inn is a bar and restaurant providing delicious food by day and cocktails and dancing by night. Heading up the kitchen is Pasta Slut’s Hayley – she serves up her tasty Sicilian inspired dishes Wednesdayread case study.
Team Love’s links with Silver Hayes- formerly the Dance Village- stretch back to 2008 when Tom & Dave programmed ‘The Igloo’, the area’s first all-night venue. Over the course of the past seven years the team has become progressively more and more involved in Silver Hayes, and Tom & Dave now act as assistant programmersread case study.
‘A weekend of art, music and general Bristolian brilliance.’ Crack Magazine Team Love handled all elements of production for See No Evil – an ambitious project that saw some of the world’s best urban artists transform a Bristol street into a huge alfresco gallery. See No Evil was the UK’s largest permanent street art ventureread case study.
Until its final send-off in 2015, Team Love Director Dave Harvey acted as Head of Bookings at Garden Festival Croatia, working closely with the festival’s directors to create the much-lauded ‘musical paradise’ that set the benchmark for Croatia’s acclaimed festival scene. Working alongside Garden’s Croatian office Team Love was responsible for advancing the show andread case study.
Undoubtedly one of the most instantly recognisable and breathtaking stages on the festival circuit, Arcadia’s colossal mechanical spider has long been a regular fixture at Glastonbury, billowing pyrotechnics and cacophonous DJ sets around the festival to crowds of awestruck onlookers on a yearly basis. Yet whilst the stage might be a familiar sight on Worthyread case study.
Simple Things is an innovative multi-venue music festival taking place across some of Bristol’s most interesting spaces, including the historic Lakota club, labyrinthine police station-turned-arts space The Island, and the expansive Colston Hall theatre. Totalling around 20 hours of music across the course of the weekend, Simple Things kicks off with an opening concert onread case study.
In 2012 Team Love combined our expertise to put on a 10,000 capacity one-day festival in the centre of Bristol. Assuming responsibility for all aspects of production, the team dealt with everything from site layout to event management and hand-picked contractors to provide additional infrastructure and support. We also worked closely with Bristol City Councilread case study.
At Red Bull we’re always striving to create unique events that push the boundaries of creativity. We’ve worked with Team Love for several years now, on a wide range of events and they’ve never let us down.
Experts in production, artist booking and creativity, they’re been a perfect partner on a number of big Red Bull events.
Team Love are an absolute pleasure to work with – professional, work well to deadlines, have top production and co-ordination skills and really add value to an event and working environment
We started working with the guys when we got things going in Croatia back in 2006 and our relationship has gone from strength to strength. They now look after all booking and programming @ The Garden Festival and have never failed to deliver within the budgets given. They are always on the ball when it comes to finding talent and have curated what has now become one of most respected small festivals in Europe. WE LOVE TEAM LOVE!
Team love were an absolute joy to work with. Always professional, hardworking and fun. I am looking forward to having the opportunity to work with them again in the future.
I have worked with Tom and Dave for a number of years now and in particular on 2 new major events that came to Bristol, See No Evil and Love Saves the Day.
Both events were ambitious in their scale and scope and thus were subject to close scrutiny and support by the Bristol Safety Advisory Group.
Throughout the planning process, Team Love are accessible and open in their communication and the quality and timeliness of their planning documentration is first rate.
In particular, their willingness to engage, listen and take advise from agencies is a real strength that sees them at the cutting edge of event planning in the City.
We are thrilled to release our 2022 Sustainability Report, detailing our data and findings from last year’s festival season, across all our events.
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Team Love have proudly produced events for the European Green Capital (the prestigious award presented by The European Commission to recognise a city’s ability to demonstrate rapid progress and continuing ambition across a wide range of environmental and green business aspects) introducing green policies across all of our events and working closely with suppliers who demonstrate sustainable practice.
“We recognise that events of the size that we produce will inevitably have an impact. Therefore we have an environmental, economic and social responsibility to the area local to our event sites.
Our goal is to have a positive footprint; to reduce environmental impact associated with the event, to add value to the local area where possible and create new opportunities for people living nearby.”
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