|Mean Fiddler Music Group plc|
|Phone:||+44 (0)20 89615490, tickets: +44 (0)870 150 0044|
|Fax:||+44 (0)20 89619238|
|Address:||(HQ:) 16 High Street, Harlesden, London NW10 4LX, United Kingdom. (Mean Fiddler venue:) 157 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EL, UK|
|Geocode:||HQ: 51.5372;-0.249, Mean Fiddler venue: 51.5158;-0.1308|
|Parents:||Clear Channel Communications|
Mean Fiddler Music Group plc, a subsidiary of Clear Channel Communications, is a UK music promoter and owner of venues.
Mean Fiddler operations:
- Runs the Reading and Leeds Festivals.
- Owns the London Astoria music venue.
- Has shares in the Glastonbury Festival.
- Has shares in the Brixton Academy.
The group was founded in 1982 by chairman Vince Powers, with a venue called simply 'Mean Fiddler'. After acquiring the LA2 in 2000, it was renamed to become the current Mean Fiddler.
As of April 2005, they had accepted a takeover bid from Clear Channel Communications, a US-based media conglomerate.
More history information here.
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founding year: 1,982 (+)