DLA Piper advises Amazing Holding on the sale of B2S Group to Q-Dance
DLA Piper has advised the shareholder of Amazing Holding on the sale of B2S Group to Q-Dance Partners, part of SFX/ID&T.
SFX/ID&T has acquired 50 per cent of the shares of B2S, a Dutch festival promoter. The other 50 per cent was already held by acquisition entity Q-Dance. The deal will give SFX/ID&T a larger foothold on the Dutch dance music and festival industry as it builds a $1bn (£600m) media empire focused on dance.
The DLA Piper team advising Amazing/B2S included Barbara van Hussen (partner, corporate), Sander Wiggers (partner, corporate), Pieter Paul Terpstra (senior associate, corporate), Noor Gerver (associate, corporate), Diederik Schuurmans (junior associate, corporate), Jonathan Klein (partner, corporate), Nickie Cheney (associate, corporate) and Hariqbal Basi (associate, corporate).
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