LOS ANGELES (CelebrityAccess) — Danny Wimmer Presents, the producer behind festivals such as Rock On The Range, and the Monster Energy AFTERSHOCK Festival, has announced a partnership with the United Auburn Indian Community Development Corp., the investment arm of the tribal owners of the Thunder Valley Casino Resort.
Through the partnership with UIAC, DWP will look to develop new festival events, and at the acquisitions of established events and promoters, as well as expanding DWP’s artist management division and its subsidiary, Southern Hospitality Concessions. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
The company also announced today that Danny Hayes, a business advisor and attorney for Mr. Wimmer since DWP’s inception, has been appointed CEO of DWP.
Founded in 2007 and based in Los Angeles, DWP currently produces 10 live music festival in the U.S., including the aforementioned festivals, as well as Monster Energy Welcome To Rockville, Monster Energy Carolina Rebellion, and LOUDER THAN LIFE, among others.
“DWP has set the standard for delivering amazing, innovative rock festivals to fans across the country, and the UAIC could not be more pleased to partner with such a phenomenal music festival producer as we work to expand and grow our presence in the live entertainment industry,” said Gene Whitehouse, Chairman of UAIC. “We are looking forward to helping DWP build on its vision and supporting the continued rapid growth of this very promising company.” – Staff Writers