Orchard Live

Orchard Live ceases trading and enters creditors voluntary liquidation

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Orchard Live, the music promoter which has brought major acts to Wales, has ceased trading.

The announcement was made yesterday (August 31) via a post on the company’s website.

Orchard Live, described as Wales’ largest independent music promoter, has delivered a strong of concerts this summer. It recently (August 19) organised a concert in the grounds of Monmouthshire’s Caldicot Castle which saw Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds headline and it has organised concerts in Cardiff Castle and Singleton Park, Swansea for Rag n Bone Man, Madness, Tom Jones, and Tom Grennan.

In a statement, the company said that details regarding creditors voluntary liquidation will be made available next week.

StandOut believes that there is a list of creditors and event contractors who are owed monies, including those who recently delivered the Noel Gallagher concert.

Orchard Live is separate from Orchard Media and Event Group. Pablo Janczur, Alastair Wilson, and Matt Wordley are directors of both companies.