In Miami to announce SFX Entertainment's near $100 million acquisition of the producer of TomorrowLand and Sensation White, ID&T Worldwide, Robert F.X. Sillerman held court Thursday afternoon in the shade of a cabana at the Delano Hotel.
So we here at Crossfade sat down with Sillerman to discuss wh ... More >>
Where is TomorrowWorld?
Last night at the Mondrian South Beach, European electronic dance music promotions power ID&T answered that riddle, revealing that the inaugural American edition of Belgium's TomorrowLand will be held in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia.
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It seems only fitting that the rising kingpin of electronic dance music, Robert F.X. Sillerman, is using Winter Music Conference and Miami Music Week as a platform to make some still secret announcement regarding his recent acquisition of ID&T North America, the U.S division of the Netherlands-based ... More >>
You're not likely to hear many heavy-handed conversations about business at Ultra Music Festival this weekend, but if you do, it will more than likely be about billionaire Robert F.X. Sillerman's plans to buy up just about everything related to electronic dance music and consolidate it all under SFX ... More >>
The $1-billion EDM pledge.
That's what has most recently made SFX Entertainment mogul Robert F.X. Sillerman famous.
During the summer of 2012, the New York billionaire, who built his fortune throughout the 1990s by consolidating regional rock promoters into the company that eventually became Live ... More >>
It's that time of year again.
And no, we're not exactly talking about Ultra Music Festival, Winter Music Conference, and Miami Music Week.
We here at Crossfade are actually referring to the receipt of Louis Puig's incredibly detailed semi-annual "tell-it-like-it-is letter regarding EDM."
His late ... More >>
If a picture's worth a thousand words, an electronic-dance-music site has to be in the neighborhood of $50 million, right?
According to the New York Times, SFX Entertainment, which owns a stake in the Opium Group (Mansion, Set, Cameo) and is in the midst of negotiating a deal with Miami Management ... More >>
It's bigger than hip hop. No, really, EDM might just be.
According to Dancing Astronaut, EDM is making so much money, an estimated $4 billion worldwide last year, that some heavyweights have banded together to create the Association for Electronic Music, an advocacy and lobbying body that, like, PL ... More >>
A media titan who made billions buying up everything from Graceland to American Idol, is poised to become the Tsar of Miami Beach nightlife.
New York businessman Robert F. X. Sillerman has made a significant investment in the Opium Group -- owners of Mansion, Set, Mokai, Cameo, and Opium at the Sem ... More >>